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Quintessential Investment Plans from Your 20s to Your 60s
It was raining money in the streets of Kuwait earlier this year. Don’t we all wish that we’d been driving by at this wonderful time (so much better than the raining spiders in Australia). Unfortunately, while you keep wishing for raining money, you need to make sure that you’re prepared, just in case. The best… Read More »
Does Lower NAV Mean Better Fund?
If myths were true then lightning never strikes a place twice, Einstein failed in math exam, bulls hate red and lower NAV (net asset value) means cheaper mutual funds. But that’s not the case. Lightning can strike a place twice; Einstein did excel in his math exam; bulls are proven to be color blind. And… Read More »
How do you know when your tax planning strategy has backfired?
Well-planned movies become debacles. As do game strategies in chess. The dressing room strategies of the Indian cricket team always seem to be in the danger of backfiring. Can’t then your tax planning strategy? Here are 7 surefire indicators that it has. You find yourself struggling to use up the Section 80 limit People tend… Read More »
Explore approaches to investing!
The only reason investors head for the stock market is to earn better returns compared to other investment avenues. The objective is the same but approaches can be different. For example, some may like the growth theme, some may like the value theme; few are excited about banking sector while some find consumption theme intoxicating.