Nemish Shah is a leading investment banker, investor, venture capitalist and capital market expert. Nemish Shah is well known in India’s investment circle. His investment views are highly regarded.
Nemish Shah earned a B.Com. from Lala Lajpat Rai College, Mumbai University in 1977.
He is the co-founder of ENAM which is considered to be India’s most reputable and respectable investment houses. ENAM is currently India’s leading financial advisory institution. ENAM’s backbone is investment research.
Nemish Shah has been described as a spiritual person, media-shy and there is very little information about him available on the internet.
Nemish Shah likes to unwind by watching cricket or listening to music.
Nemish Shah is rated as one of the top 10 retail investors in India. He has a net worth of approximately 152 million USD
Nemish Shah investment style is highly similar to Warren Buffett’s, value investing style. Nemish Shah focuses on long-term investing in the Indian equity markets and he uses a fundamental bottom-up research approach to identify high-quality businesses.
His portfolio is sector focused, primarily on the automobile industry components and parts and auxiliary companies.
India’s recent rapid growth and booming middle class, what economists refer to as developing economies (and what US President Trump calls “shit holes”) meant that Nemish Shah auto sector portfolio has more than quadrupled over the last three year.
Nemish Shah is the reclusive founding partner of Enam
Nemish Shah hasn’t provided any learning material. However, what we can learn from his investment style is that Nemish Shah stays within his circle of competence (COC) .
What this means is that an investor focuses on a sector that they have particular knowledge based on their education, work experience, or anything that they understand. For example, a software engineer might focus on the IT sector. A doctor might focus on pharma stocks and a finance analyst might focus on banking stocks.
Nemish Shah stays within his circle of competence (COC)
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