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Good Debt and Bad Debt

Good Debt and Bad Debt

19 Sept 2019

A few types of debt may be good for some people but bad for others, but borrowing money and taking on debt is the only way many people can afford to purchase big-ticket items like homes and cars...

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Use Digital Wallets

11 Sep 2019

We are living in an age of unprecedented change coupled with disruptions probably never seen before in human history. In virtually every facet of life, new technologies are emerging at lightning speed and disrupting existing players and even industries as a whole..

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SIP or Lump Sum

05 Sep 2019

There is a common dilemma which common investors find themselves confronted with – Should I deploy my investible surplus on a lump sum basis or through a systematic periodical route, say on a monthly..

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How Behavioural Tendencies Affect ELSS Fund Investments?

22 Aug 2019

Equity markets can remain volatile in the short to medium term, but growth can be seen over longer time periods only. There are many factors which make the markets volatile and affect our investment..

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Power of Compounding

08 Aug 2019

The idea of saving something good for later is beneficial for individuals. It is true that there are investors who do not understand the benefits of saving for the future. Compound Interest is calculated by multiplying the initial principal amount by one plus the annual interest rate..

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Why ELSS Funds are Worth the Risk?

01 Aug 2019

Equity Linked Saving Scheme (ELSS) come with equity related risks because these tax saving mutual funds invest in the stock market. Even the best ..

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Opportunities for investors amidst stock market crashes

26 Jul 2019

A stock market crash can be defined as a sudden and dramatic decline of stock prices across a significant cross-section of the stock market, resulting in a significant loss of investor wealth..

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Pros and Cons of Public Provident Fund

Small-savings instruments are particularly useful for common investors, who generally do not have a large investible surplus and have limited risk tolerance..

16 Jul 2019