Prashanth Krish

Prashanth Krish has written 420 posts for Portfolio Yoga

A deeper look at Liquid Funds

Equity Analysis they say is complicated and yet I find Debt to be more complicated than Equity. Maybe this has more to do with the fact that much of my experience in finance markets has been with Equity compared to Debt. In Equity Markets, I believe in applying my skillsets using Quantitative methods than Qualitative […]


Running out of Options and Money

Aircel was recently in the news for being the latest telecom operator to go under as it filed for Bankruptcy with 15,500 Crores of Debt on its books. In its statement, the company said it was forced to file for Bankruptcy owing to intense competition following the disruptive entry of a new player, legal and […]


Shortcuts, Experience and Expertise

I am not an expert in programming or technology. But technology in itself has evolved to such an extent that anyone can put up a website on his own without the attendant needs of learning to code programs  with such exotic names such as Python (Snake), Ruby (of course, what can it be but a […]


Errors, Omissions & Commissions

The downside of strategies comes to the fore both at the best of time and the worst of times. At the best of times, the risk that suddenly pops open is disregarded as a one off incident that doesn’t entail much significance. But when similar kind of risk opens up during the worst of times, […]


Momentum Investing – Sin or Strategy

Ambhimanyu, the son of Arjuna had knowledge of entering the Chakravyuha but not the knowledge of coming out. This ended up with him getting killed and while the story being one of good and bad tries to magnify how the bad came together to kill him, the point that is missed is that he knew […]

Predictive Value of Historical Returns in Mutual Funds

Social Media has been a great leveler of things. While getting opinions of a dozen people in real life can be tremendously tough, thanks to Social Media, you know have the opportunity to tap into the opinions of thousands by the mere click of a button. Polls have always been used to understand and bring […]

The Rout – What Now?

A few days ago, Larry Williams made a poignant statement “There is no technical indicator that will call the top based on what little I know about the markets I’ve never found one that can do that.” Markets after being bullish for so long a time that people forgot that it can also go down […]