Nowadays we get a lot of newbies entering in markets due to bull launched by GST. This article helps the newbies in getting started with Share Trading and Investments. The world of shares and bonds is called capital markets as the companies have to tap into this market to get the capital for their businesses.… read more
Vilifying Inflation is favourite past time for Personal Finance geeks. Inflation helps in instilling fear in minds of people. The idea of pennilessness rings alarm bells in the minds of people. Inflation also helps in selling mutual funds.… read more
Yesterday I was going through a video by Pattu Sir on ETFs and Index Funds. It talked mostly about Price NAV difference. The Price NAV difference primarily occurs due to Demand Supply dynamics that are present in an ETF.… read more
Being an avid reader in many fields, I follow lots of blogs regularly. This article lists some of the personal finance blogs I read as well as share on social media.
- Bala Blogs: Its fun to read a critique by an intelligent person, it widens the perspective.
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Some time back, I had to take control of the rooms to get the asset back on track. I had to jump in as the things got so out of hand. This post is the story of setting the rooms, an asset back on track.… read more
Wish you all a happy Diwali and Bali Paadyami. The festivities of Diwali is done by commoners to call Lakshmi (The goddess of wealth) to their house. Some by their luck, even being able to get her to visit.… read more
Yesterday I conducted a small poll on AIFW trying to figure out the power consumed by various members in their households. most fell under 300+ units category and other biggest polling was for 150-200 units. Figures like this are like rich-poor divide.… read more
Some days ago in AIFW, there was a brouhaha over govt issuing directions to RBI with the intention of disciplining it. The media, (since it was against Modi) it picked the fight by the usual statement of “This has been never done before”.… read more
If a newbie enters a finance forum like AIFW and starts posting gungaan of his endowment policy, ULIP, he is definitely going to be ridiculed and mocked. This ridicule is due to expert’s knowledge of concept called discounted cash flow and items permeating the world of valuation.… read more
This is a small post explaining about much-touted Brexit which happened in 2016. It’s kind of my view of seeing through the lens of a psychiatrist. Read the retelling of Brexit hoopla with caste and family angle, which exposes the subtle behavioural cues which we are seeing in media.… read more
Some time ago, I came across an amusing conversation in AIFW. It was on – Buying a House vs invest the EMI amount in the mutual fund. It was amusing for me because Pattu Sir and Ashal too got taught about investing in that thread.… read more
Months ago I tried making Chapati(a form of Indian flatbread). Apart from my usual difficulty in making it round, I did have some thoughts about asset allocation – linked to the process of making it.
Read on to learn how to make Chapati and also learn something about asset allocation.… read more