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Successful Investors Cooperate With Market

Benjamin Graham invented the concept of Mr. Market. According to him. Mr. Market—the personification of the whole stock market—who comes to you as an individual investor on a daily basis and offers to buy or sell stocks at his quoted… Continue Reading →

Peaceful Investing

“There was never a good war or a bad peace.”  – Benjamin Franklin History is witness, that an excessive state of flux, war, or excitement does very little good, and in matters as important as money, what we actually need… Continue Reading →

10 Books Every Investor Should Read in 2019

One of the best ways to become a successful investor and a smart one at that is to pick up a good book written by an expert on investment and financial planning. We all need good investment guidance from time-to-time,… Continue Reading →

When The Going Gets Tough The Tough Get Going

The Sensex and Nifty are at all-time highs. However, most investors’ portfolios are not at all-time highs. Rather, a lot of investors are still feeling the pain of negative returns in their portfolios. Many might be puzzled as to why… Continue Reading →

Assembly elections and its impact on stock market

Election outcomes generally tend to draw dramatic reactions from the Indian stock markets. Markets on Monday, a day before the state elections, ended down 2% owing to the results of the exit polls, which hinted towards a losing streak for… Continue Reading →

Two years after demonetisation: A quick recap on where India stands today

It was on Nov 8, 2016 that PM Modi announced demonetisation and brought it into effect. Time flies past so quickly. It was around this time that year when PM Modi announced demonetization of Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes. It’s been… Continue Reading →

Light at the end of the tunnel-Is a market upswing visible?

A month back it seemed like there was no end to the Indian market’s woes. The FPIs were pulling money out, crude oil prices were rising through the roof, the Rupee was falling without a bottom, inflation looked like it… Continue Reading →

Rupee Depreciation is a Fact: Prepare your portfolio to benefit from it

The INR has touched 72.1 versus the USD. A year back it was at 63.94. The prevalent wisdom was that the INR would touch 58-62 range in 2018. However, one year down the line we are at 72.1. That is… Continue Reading →

What’s the difference between the NSE and BSE as an investor?

When we talk about the Indian stock markets, the two prominent names that come to mind right straight away are the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock Exchange (NSE). Therefore, in this article, we are going to discuss… Continue Reading →

9 out of the top 10 most valued Indian companies added Rs. 65,128.77 cr market cap

In some great news for the Indian equity markets, according to an ET report on May 13, 2018, 9 out of the top 10 most valued companies in India added a total of Rs. 65,128.77 cr in market capitalisation last… Continue Reading →

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