Wednesday, December 03, 2014

Nifty will hit 1,25,000 by 2030: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala

Congratulating CNBC-TV18 on it 15th birth anniversary, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, partner at asset management firm Rare Enterprises, says Nifty has grown 10 times in last 15 years and can easily grow 10-12 times in the coming decade

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Saturday, November 08, 2014

What is Your Biggest Fear of Being a Stock Market Investor?

Check out an article by Vishal Khandelwal is an investor, writer, and entrepreneur on his blog on "What is Your Biggest Fear of Being a Stock Market Investor?"

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Thursday, November 06, 2014

Three reason IPOs Are Almost Always Bad Investments

Check out an article by Vishal Khandelwal is an investor, writer, and entrepreneur on his blog on "Three reason IPOs Are Almost Always Bad Investments"

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Wednesday, November 05, 2014

How can you buy property for Rs 2 lakh? REITs to help investors

If you have Rs 2 lakh to invest, your bank may roll out a red carpet, your stock broker may inundate you with hot tips and the friendly neighborhood jeweler may even offer a discount on making charges. However, you will probably get laughed out of the estate agent's office. Not anymore. With Sebi issuing final guidelines for real estate investment trusts (REITs), you will soon be able to get a piece of the action in the property market with as little as Rs 2 lakh.

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Allow Wealth coming into your life by breaking your Belief System

Most of the TV channels help in selling products like – Lal Kitab, Suraksha Kavach, Shri Yantra . They do this day and night and according to these advertisements, these products helps people in becoming prosperous. Most of the news channels have at least one show on Palmistry too, which solves people financial problems. Some believe in it and some choose to call it superstition. Superstition or Beliefs Here is an old story to learn something from about superstition or beliefs […]

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Diesel prices deregulated !!! its impact...

On 18th October 2014 the government deregulated diesel prices. This means, the government will no longer decide the selling price of diesel in the country. The oil retailers such as Indian Oil Corp, BPCL and HPCL will take this decision.

 Check out a detail article by Kiran Jadhav on diesel price deregulated and its impact

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Should Gold be purchased this Diwali

The gold prices have dropped substantially which has brought to the fore doubts about the safe haven appeal associated with the metal. After an 11 year long bull run, prices have started to correct from 2013 till date. This brings in a question if gold should be purchased this Diwali?

Check out a detail article by Kiran Jadhav on whether to purchase Gold this Diwali

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Assess Your Financial Health With These Ratios

In school, one could make out how a student was performing in studies on the basis of grades. In the corporate world, your performance can be assessed by your promotions, salary rise among other things. Basic Health indicators are sugar level, pulse rate, blood pressure. How do you know whether you are doing well in your finances? You might be getting a good salary and leading a comfortable life. But does that mean you are financially fit. The price to earning ratio (PE) and dividend yield of a company are used to evaluate valuation of company. Similarly there are some ratios that can be used to assess your financial health - - See more at: http://www.tflguide.com/2014/08/assess-your-financial-health-with-these-ratios.html#sthash.k8MqQ4JS.dpuf

In school, one could make out how a student was performing in studies on the basis of grades. In the corporate world, your performance can be assessed by your promotions, salary rise among other things. Basic Health indicators are sugar level, pulse rate, blood pressure. How do you know whether you are doing well in your finances? You might be getting a good salary and leading a comfortable life. But does that mean you are financially fit. The price to earning ratio (PE) and dividend yield of a company are used to evaluate valuation of company. Similarly there are some ratios that can be used to assess your financial health -
 - See more at: http://www.tflguide.com/2014/08/assess-your-financial-health-with-these-ratios.html#sthash.k8MqQ4JS.dpuf

Article by Hemant Beniwal

Thursday, January 30, 2014

8 Surprising Ways a Small House Saves You Money

Check out an article on 8 Surprising Ways a Small House Saves You Money by Hemant Beniwal on his blog
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Aam Aadmi’s Question – Mutual Funds or Direct Equity?

Check out an article on Mutual Funds or Direct Equity? by Hemant

It is now no more a secret that Equity investment for long term is the key to planning your long term goals and beating inflation. (If not, read this “Indian Equities – Past, Present & Future”) And traditionally to invest in equity market, there are two options available to an investor- Mutual Funds and going direct to buy Stock/Equity Shares form open market. Today we analyze the merits and demerits of these two options. - See more at: Aam Aadmi’s Question – Mutual Funds or Direct Equity?


It is now no more a secret that Equity investment for long term is the key to planning your long term goals and beating inflation. (If not, read this “Indian Equities – Past, Present & Future”) And traditionally to invest in equity market, there are two options available to an investor- Mutual Funds and going direct to buy Stock/Equity Shares form open market. Today we analyze the merits and demerits of these two options. - See more at: http://www.tflguide.com/2014/01/mutual-funds-or-direct-equity.html#sthash.Qw6gZjh3.dpuf
It is now no more a secret that Equity investment for long term is the key to planning your long term goals and beating inflation. (If not, read this “Indian Equities – Past, Present & Future”) And traditionally to invest in equity market, there are two options available to an investor- Mutual Funds and going direct to buy Stock/Equity Shares form open market. Today we analyze the merits and demerits of these two options. - See more at: http://www.tflguide.com/2014/01/mutual-funds-or-direct-equity.html#sthash.Qw6gZjh3.dpuf

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Mutual funds in DEMAT form- Should you opt for it?...

Personal Finance Blog- India V 2.0: Mutual funds in DEMAT form- Should you opt for it?...: If you are holding Mutual Fund Units in the physical form, which are represented by a Statement of Account, you have an option to convert ...

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VALUE PICK FROM INDIAN STOCK MARKETS: LIBERTY SHOES - RESULT UPDATE

VALUE PICK FROM INDIAN STOCK MARKETS: LIBERTY SHOES - RESULT UPDATE: Liberty Shoes recently recommended @ Rs .112 ( Link HERE ) reported an increase of 23 % in Sales and 82% increase in net profit in December...

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Investing is SIMPLE

Check out an article by P V Subramanyam, a Chartered Accountant by qualification and a financial trainer by profession on why investment is simple.

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Review of iWish Recurring Deposit from ICICI Bank

Check out a article by Manish Chauhan on review of iWish Recurring Deposit from ICICI Bank.
Manish has explained in a nice any in a very easy manner.

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Friday, January 10, 2014

Earn money from your blog this holiday season

The holiday season is here and retailers are spending more on online advertising to promote their products. Your blog has valuable space and you can earn some extra money by placing Google AdSense ads next to your content. 

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Here's how you can legally claim tax relief on HRA receipts

Here's how you can legally claim tax relief on HRA receipts Read  More