Common Investment Mistakes Every Investor Needs To Avoid

Common investment mistakes to avoid

Everyone makes mistakes, in fact, mistakes are a part of any learning process. Whether you’re a first-time investor or a seasoned one, you are prone to making mistakes in investments. So, what sets a good investor apart from a poor investor? It’s the knowledge of common investing errors that one needs to avoid and should steer away from. Here we introduce you to the most common investment mistakes to consciously stay away from.Read More »

Are Short Term Investments Really Benefiting You?

Are Short Term Investments Really Benefiting You?

Short term investments for one offer better liquidity owing to the shorter lock in periods than long term ones. This flexibility is one of the primary factors that attract investors. The returns on these kind of investments are usually substantial and tangible. Every investor would like to be able to see the growth of their investments and short term investments give them exactly this. Interestingly, most people are well-informed about long term investments but are not very aware of short term investments. Let’s take a quick look at some aspects of this investment.

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Financial Lessons Every Indian Kid Learns From Their Dads

 

Financial Lessons Every Indian Kid Learns From Their Dads

The story of every middle-class Indian kid growing up is pretty much the same. Those monthly shopping and movie trips with the entire family in tow where your parents picked out the baggiest jeans for your ‘outings’, those Bata shoes before the new academic year began, those “tu kitni badi ho gayi hai, kal hi tho kareedha tha” everytime mom realises you’ve outgrown your school uniform. And amidst all that there is dad. Unflinching. The one man who knows how to magically manage finances despite sudden random expenses.

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5 Key Takeaways from Union Budget 2017: Investors

The 2017 Union Budget rewarded the honest taxpayers and the public most affected by demonetisation. Interestingly, the only people the Budget may not have satisfied are the politicians. The Budget was focussed on bringing about a sustainable change for the country by promoting a more digital economy, introducing measures to help the rural and agricultural sectors through NABARD and creating opportunities for the youth. Here are the key highlights for investors from this year’s Budget session.

key takeaways from budget 2017 for Investors

Overall, the 2017 Budget was a positive one for the vast majority with the introduction of notably bold reforms. And the government certainly has not disappointed the common man. This could mark the start of Achhe Din after all!

The Budget was rewarding for Businesses as well, here are are the key takeaways for businesses in India.