We had the pleasure of speaking with Neeraj Marathe, a full-time private investor and university teacher based in Pune, India.

Neeraj focuses on investing in India-listed small- and mid-cap companies while applying fundamental analysis and value investing principles.

In this conversation, we discuss Neeraj’s investment philosophy and his journey in the capital markets of India. We also delve into his thinking on the behavioral aspects of investment decision-making. Finally, Neeraj lays out two investment frameworks he has applied successfully in Indian equity markets.

MOI Global contributor Rohith Potti hosted Neeraj for this exclusive interview.

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Neeraj Marathe is a private investor and a teacher at Flame University, based in Pune, Maharashtra. He is also an an analyst at Sentinel Research. Neeraj’s core competency lies around investing in Indian listed companies, specifically mid-caps and small-caps, using fundamental analysis and value investing principles. He is an avid reader and reads books based on value investing, behavioral finance and psychology. As a hobby, he has been teaching for the last ten years as a visiting faculty in B-Schools based in Pune, where he takes up specialization subjects like Security Analysis & Portfolio Management.

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