Mutual Fund Investing: An overview

Mutual fund investing

The aim of investing in equities/debt is to generate wealth over time, and mutual funds do just that. But they do it with much less risk than individual stock picking. Mutual funds are operated by professional money managers, who allocate the fund’s assets and attempt to produce capital gains or income on your behalf.

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What I learned after 5 years of Investing

5 years of Investing

Like any other young dude doing his engineering, I started tinkering with the idea of investing stock markets, back in my engineering days. What started as an endeavour to make some quick bucks turned out to be a much more entertaining, fulfilling and learning experience.

Five years of investing is by no means a colossal amount of time in the investing universe. However, I’m still sharing my experiences, learnings and mistakes over this time frame.

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SBI Cards IPO: A Complete Overview


After stellar gains from the likes of D-Mart and IRCTC, markets seem to be excited again for another much awaited Initial Public Offering from a well-renowned subsidiary of State Bank of India: SBI Cards and Payment Services.

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Investing: Why should you start now?

Investing grows over time

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, the second best time is now. This Chinese proverb is very much relevant to a lot of things in life, investing included. Read along to understand why one should start investing ASAP!!

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Union Budget Analysis: A personal take

It’s been around a week since the honourable Finance Minister Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman presented her 2nd full Union Budget of India. The Union Budget comes at a time when the nation is under the grip of a severe economic slowdown with the GDP growth rates at 4.5% for Q2 2019-20. With the growth rate lowest in over 6 years and falling continuously for 7 quarters now on the back of declining demand, expectations were definitely high for some much needed corrective measures to bring the economy back on track.

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