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
If you are thinking this is a new scam happening for the first time- no. In past also many companies like socialtradebiz.in have duped investor’s money. Lakhs of people who are very much knowledgeable believe in these investments and then are robbed in daylight. On 3 Feb 2017, the Director of Ablaze Informatics with 2Read More
There is a widespread rumor that the Long Term Capital Gain rule is expected to change in the forthcoming Budget 2017 on Feb 1, 2017. Me and lot of advisors are receiving call whether they should book profits? The current rule says that if you hold an equity mutual fund scheme for one year andRead 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.
You may call it Warren Buffet style of investing as he is the one who made it popular, but everyone loves and praise this style of equity investments but the majority do not practice it. Simply because of one big reason: It is opposite of normal human emotions. Humans are indeed emotional and hence theyRead More