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5 reasons why Google is not your financial advisor

Is your first instinct to Google search 'which mutual fund is the best' when you think of managing your finances and making the right investments? Do you treat Google...

Retirement Planning: How to Plan and invest your finances?

Retirement is probably an aspect that is sidelined until we attain a certain age like 35-40 years. That is when we have questions about when should we plan on retiring, how much...

Importance of Portfolio Diversification in the Current Turbulent Times

A lot of investors generally concentrate on placing their savings in specific assets or investment classes. For instance, a few investors might focus on gold investment, a few might place their money...

What is SIP and its Benefits

SIPs are an easy way to invest in a mutual fund of your choice The underlying principle behind SIPs is the principle of compounding. So if you invest small amounts over a...

Financial Planning – The Key to Secure Your Future

When we begin to earn, the natural tendency is to get carried away by immediate cravings or luxury items. However, this is possible at any stage of one’s life, and it becomes...

Time and Money – How are they related?

When we talk about currency, the thoughts we have are generally about gold, silver, money, etc., most of which are physical instruments. Every individual has different ways and strategies of investing their...

Benefits of Long Term Investment in Mutual Funds

Mutual funds are one of the popular investment options in India that involve pooling in the money of the investors and investing in a variety of underlying securities. The investment is done...

Your Pit-Stop to Meet Unexpected Crisis – Emergency Fund

When we talk about “what is money?”, the first thought that comes to our mind is that money is a recognized mode of exchange that helps us get the things we require...

What is inflation and how to secure yourself against it

Inflation refers to the rise in price of most daily use necessities over a period of time. This could include goods and services like food, clothing, housing, recreation, transport, consumer staples, etc....

SIP, STP And SWP Explained

When you choose to invest in mutual funds, one of the first terms that you encounter is SIP. As you learn more about investing you also come across terms like STP and...

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