Our Guiding Philosophy

We at Multi-Act, are staunch advocates of the Austrian Economic approach- with a free market and minimal state intervention- a complete contrast to the Keynesian School of Economics

 

Listening to Numbers

A definitive guide to Quantitative strategies that work

 

Sensex Outlook 2018

We apply our GRAF framework to SENSEX Index to showcase how an Investor could objectively evaluate reward vs risk in the broader market and thus take a more informed asset allocation decision.

 

Investment Insights

Explore our resource center to learn what our experts have to say about Moats, Quality of Earnings, Value Investing, Portfolio Management, Capital Preservation and risk-adjusted returns

 

PMS Newsletter – December'2017

Read our newsletter to get insights into how we are thinking currently and to see our philosophy in action.

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Founded in 1997, Multi-Act is led by Prashant K Trivedi, 54, a CFA charter holder, who is also CIO of his family’s office. It employs over 50 people across 2 offices in Mumbai and Pune. The team comprises mainly CAs (the equivalent of CPAs in USA), statisticians and economists.

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“I believe that the major problem hindering families from realizing their Financial Goals is the inherent clash between the structure of the financial services industry, the behavioural biases (of clients and agents), juxtaposed against the actions of Central Banks.”

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Praxeology – The Multi-Act Equity Research Blog

Central Banks, Moral Hazard and the Prospect for Global Markets

Central Banks across the world have frequently used quantitative easing (QE) as a means to introduce greater liquidity into the economy. However, QE has raised the risk of moral hazard: investors will take greater risks, knowing that the potential costs will be borne, in whole or in part, by others. Moreover, QE has increased asset prices, which in turn has severely affected the ‘prospective return’ on all assets.

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Will Central Banks Ever Learn?

“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Author unknown (but often, mistakenly) attributed to Einstein. Ten years after the Lehman debacle: Will Central…

How Long Should You Stay Invested?

There is a lot of literature out there on investing that mostly focuses on buying decision. However, you would find very limited discussion on what to do once you have…

Distress & Deep Value Investing: Introduction

Distress investing is mostly thought of as investing in companies that are in deep trouble, especially financial distress. However if one thinks a bit further and looks below the generally…

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