We dived deep into the pre-existing paradigm among investors in the Part1 of Mind Over Money session. Paradigms that make investors lose money in the equity market. If you’ve lost your investments or afraid that you’ll lose, it could be the reason why. And in Part2, we broke barriers and got to the absolute fundamental … Continue reading Do Not Invest! A Mind Over Money Session for Successful Investors-Part 3
Emergency funds are lifesavers. Literally! It is the only reason you need to park your Emergency Fund in the right investment instrument. But how do you find the right one? 3factors decide the right investment instrument: Principal Safety, Liquidity, and Return. And the dilemma is always between Liquid Funds and Company Fixed Deposits (Corporate FD). … Continue reading Liquid Funds vs. Company FDs: Which is the Best to Invest Your Emergency Fund?
The stock market is financial democracy in practice. Anyone can invest. Buying stock in the stock market is a matter of a click now. But the process that goes into choosing the right stock makes the difference. It will decide whether you become a successful investor or just a wannabe. One of the best things … Continue reading Popular Stock Market Indicators that Investors Use to Book Profit
National Pension Scheme is undoubtedly the best investment instrument for retirement from the Govt. of India. It invests in Govt. bonds, corporate bonds, and equity schemes by evaluating your risk profile. The exposure to the equity market with the long lock-in period makes the right combination. It is ideal because equity investment is not a … Continue reading NPS Vs. Equity Mutual Fund: Which is Better for Retirement Planning?
Discovering the world of personal finance can get overwhelming to many amateur investors. It’s like a river fish exploring the Pacific Ocean. “Start small” is a good piece of advice. But, then what? A lot of investors miss out on the chance of becoming a successful investor. It is because they are not sure how … Continue reading How Much Should You Invest From Your Monthly Income?
“Diversification is an established tenet of conservative investment.” -Benjamin Graham Fixed Deposits—“the mother of safe investments”—play a significant role in portfolio diversification. But it is a fine line to walk for any investor. Your portfolio diversification has the power to mitigate investment risk or dilute your portfolio returns. It puts us in a corner with … Continue reading What Should Be The Percentage of Fixed Deposit Allocation in Your Portfolio?
Pick any successful investor from around the world. 100% of them will have one identical learning. “Investment success is more Behavioural than Financial.” In our Mind Over Money webinar with Axis Mutual Fund, we learned the behaviour gap of investors in decision making. But then comes a moment where you have to navigate through it … Continue reading Do Not Invest! A Mind Over Money Session for Successful Investors-Part 2
Senior citizen investment schemes from the Govt. of India have always been kinder. Senior citizen investment schemes like SCSS offer a slightly better return rate than the others. Being a new retiree or when you are about to retire, safety takes a step forward. And all such senior citizen investment schemes start to look just … Continue reading How Should Retirees Invest in Senior Citizen Investment Schemes?
“Do Not Invest.” may seem a little strange to come from someone in the personal finance industry. Indeed, do not invest, if you don’t have the right investment paradigm. A lack of the right investment paradigm kills your capital, kills your financial plan (if you have one), and then the worst. It kills your financial … Continue reading Do Not Invest! A Mind Over Money Session for Successful Investors-Part 1
Choosing to invest in equity mutual funds is a power move in your financial life. But then comes the moment where you have to choose a mutual fund scheme to invest your money. There may be an NFO with the cheapest possible NAV price. Or a mutual fund scheme with the best returns, but there’s … Continue reading What is the Ideal Time to Evaluate a Fund Performance?