Golden rules for becoming a successful investor Here are quick golden rules for becoming a successful investor Stop taking cues from where do your friends and relatives invest Do your homework and personalize your investments Don’t commit money to any investment avenue that you don’t understand Maintain discipline Be practical
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Now Is The Time To Say Goodbye To Debt Funds Debt funds are not safe, and unless you time the entry and exit, they seldom reward you. Asset Allocation is a buzzword these days. Haven’t you met a financial planner recommending you to follow a right asset mix? As they
How Much You Should Invest in Peer to Peer loans Now that p2p lending is emerging and growing in India, it makes sense to ask the question “How much I should invest in peer to peer loans?” New Asset Class P2P Lending is a new asset class in India. It’s
Principal Protection – What an investor cannot do without? What’s the purpose of the seat belts or the air bags in a car? Why do we wear life jackets when boating? Why do we buy insurance? You have been able to answer each of these questions to yourself, very smartly. None
How to double your money in just over 4 years? Let’s look at the obvious options. PPF? No. At the current 8.1% rate of interest, it would take 8 to 9 years. NSC? No, again. At the current 8.1% rate of interest, it would take 8 to 9 years. Bank
P2P lending investment – Minimum Risk, Maximum Returns Here is a simple question for you. From the following 3 investment choices, which one would you select? Minimum Risk, Minimum Return Maximum Risk, Maximum Return Minimum Risk, Maximum Return Your preference is obvious, option no. 3 – Minimum Risk, Maximum Return.
The Alternative to the Bank Fixed Deposit The recent drop in interest rates has left many of us fuming. The Bank Fixed Deposits currently are offering anywhere between 7 to 7.5% – almost a percent point lower than a year ago. The news is there more rate cut coming. The