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It's time for new Beginnings , let's be flexible
17 Nov, 2020
It's time for new Beginnings , let's be flexible

It’s the time for change and new beginnings, the United States  of America, has a new...

On the Eve of India’s 70th Independence Day on 15th August 2016.
15 Aug, 2016
On the Eve of India’s 70th Independence Day on 15th August 2016.

We look at Independence from a Financial perspective to do a rough check if we are all Financiall...

Short Term Savings: Your enemy to your long term wealth creation
24 May, 2016
Short Term Savings: Your enemy to your long term wealth creation

Humans have a need to feel safe and secure. This explains why we wear clothes, build homes among...

Sensex @ 31000pts, Is it going to crash?
07 Jun, 2017
Sensex @ 31000pts, Is it going to crash?

As human beings we are taught you must always make a judgement or find rationale for a certain ha...

Why Mutual Funds are better than Stocks for the common Man ?
21 Aug, 2017
Why Mutual Funds are better than Stocks for the common Man ?

Let's say you are an active investor, with a background and history in the market, and pride your...

Diversify , a Risk Mitigation Strategy
28 Aug, 2017
Diversify , a Risk Mitigation Strategy

In the backdrop of the ongoing INFOSYS saga hopefully, this article will be topical.

INFO...

Quit TIMING the market and spend more TIME in the market
05 Sep, 2017
Quit TIMING the market and spend more TIME in the market

Every person who invests in stock markets or Mutual Funds does so for the long term i.e 3 or 5 ye...

THE BIGGEST RISK IS NOT TAKING RISK IN INVESTING !
11 Sep, 2017
THE BIGGEST RISK IS NOT TAKING RISK IN INVESTING !

In my capacity as an investment advisor, I come across many people who are totally ill planned fo...

SLOW AND STEADY ALWAYS WINS THE RACE
18 Sep, 2017
SLOW AND STEADY ALWAYS WINS THE RACE

Running a Marathon with a day’s preparation?

Most times we come across people who a...

“The Abhimanyu Factor” in Investing
27 Sep, 2017
“The Abhimanyu Factor” in Investing

Investors in Equity markets suffer from what I call “The Abhimanyu Factor”.

A...

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