Common misconceptions about mutualfunds

Common misconceptions about mutualfunds

Want to invest in mutual funds to build wealth, save taxes or have enough money for that vacation abroad you’ve always wanted to go for but not sure? Here are a few doubts most people have which keeps them from investing and why most of them are not well informed : My money will be […]

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Book review – Deep Risk by William Bernstein

Today, we review an important book by William Bernstein – Deep Risk: How History Informs Portfolio Design. William is a renowned writer who covers Asset allocation, practical tips for DIY investors and economic history. All his books are fascinating reads and Deep Risk in particular covers an aspect which is crucial to us at Fundexpert […]

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10 things to imbibe from the lives of successful people

In this age of instant gratification, ‘get rich quick’ guides are a dime a dozen and everyone has an opinion on how it should be done. What self-made billionaires around the world know, however, is that there is more to wealth than mere gimmicks or ‘hacks’. For starters, every globally successful individual believes in the […]

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Zen Buddha

Zen and the art of being content

Money (or rather the desire for money) and contentment often don’t quite go together 🙁 We wish to change that. What we’ll aim to do is, give you a well rounded picture of life so that we all transcend Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and reach the peak. With that goal in mind, here’s a beautiful […]

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Mahabharata

Investment lessons from Mahabharata

“Dharme Charthe ch-kaame ch-mokshe ch-bharatarshabh Yadi ehasti tadanyatra yan nehasti na tadkwaachit” , said the sage Vaishampayana, a disciple of Veda Vyasa. The Mahabharata is an evergreen epic and the viewership of the latest Star Plus version is testimony to its timelessness. It has an absorbing, complex plot with great twists, multi-faceted characters and strong […]

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Gold Rest-Estate Stocks

To gold or not to gold? How Indians are changing the way they invest

Indian Investors’ Change Of Heart Investment habits of Indians have been going through a transformation lately. Individuals are going against conventional wisdom when it comes to investing their personal savings and preferring financial assets over physical assets. This phenomenon is being widely reported by financial planners all over the country. Definitions: Financial Assets:   Direct […]

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