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Friends, through my blogs and other social media platforms, I always try to spread Financial literacy among you all. Whatever knowledge I have I try to put that in simple words so that a layman can understand the jargon of Personal Finance. Sometimes I give some hypothetical examples to simplify complex financial
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Investing bias can occur both consciously and unconsciously. Many investors believe that it’s only their instincts that help them select the right financial product for a particular goal, but often, these first impressions are guided by their own inherent biases. These biases normally creep into the investing and selection of any
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Our family is the most important for us. Family is considered strong, stable, flexible, enduring, and foundation for our being. For a happy family, its financial well being is equally important. But sometimes we keep on postponing basic money management things which are important to protect our loved ones. The reasons could be: #
Life is a great teacher. We can learn many things just by observing around us. It is up to us how to take the learning and apply it in our day to day life. It is an old saying that we should learn from others’ mistakes and should not get
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The investment process mainly depends on the risk the investor takes and the return s/he expect from that investment. Thus RISK and RETURN are the two sides of the same coin that are called INVESTMENT. Risk is experienced in every type of investments and asset classes. The intensity and the impact it may
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