In part 1 we covered how Rupee Cost Averaging works in practical investment scenario. But Lump Sum investment is also another way and particularly what to do when you have money at hand, to go right now and invest? So, let’s go more in detail on these 2 strategies and find a way to dealRead More
When it comes to investing your money, there are primarily two strategies you can use: lump sum investing and Rupee Cost Averaging (Commonly called as SIP). Both of these come with advantages and disadvantages. In this post, I will walk you through both, showing you why you might choose one over the other and ideally,Read More
The ELSS is no doubt the one of the best option to avail tax benefit under Sec 80C of Income Tax Act 1961. If you are still in doubt this article will try to explain the benefits through some pictures. The Equity Linked Savings Schemes or ELSS are pure Equity Diversified Funds. So they bringRead More
Compound growth means your interest earns interest. When you have a growing thing, which creates more growing things and again creates more growing things… your return adds up fast. This is the core of all financial concepts.
It works for both, one who invests and one who lends or borrows. It is relevant to us as it has the power to convert few 1000s to few Lakhs and few 100000s to few Crores.
Studies have proved the reason for financial success is 90% because of asset allocation and rest 10% for other things like choosing assets and economic conditions. Asset allocation is through which small investors can make real money, provided they stay disciplined
Our ex-PM, Sh Atal Bihari Vajpayee had once quoted “You can change History, but not Geography”. It’s your luck what kind of neighbors you get. Unfortunately, our northwest border has always been under fear of aggression by our neighbor, whom we gave birth in 1947. The shadows of war or a limited attack are againRead More