Category Archives: Personal Finance

In Conversation with Dharmendra Satapathy

Financial Freedom

Anyone who is financially free can retire from whatever hassles them early and pursue various work options that make them happy although this may not necessarily come with commensurable monetary rewards.

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Stay away from the virus, not IPOs!

IPOs

Considering the recent experience, even if you get an IPO allotment only once in a while you can still make a good deal of money on listing.

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Protected: Applying for an IPO? ‘One’ could be the most preferable lot size

IPO

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Should Debt Investments be part of your Long Term Portfolio?

debt funds

Over the long term, as the proportion of equity increases in the portfolio, so do the returns. However, it comes at the cost of greater risk (higher standard deviation implies more volatility in the portfolio, which could give an investor some stress).

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In Conversation with Ritesh Jain

Negative real rates always lead to money moving into real assets, including precious metals and real estate. There can’t be a better environment than today to be a leveraged borrower to invest in real estate opines Ritesh Jain.

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Should you invest in sovereign gold bonds?

Subscribing to Sovereign Gold Bond (SGB) 2020-21-Series VI seems an intelligent choice at a time when the global economy is reeling under a massive recessionary pressure. Depending on your long term goals, risk appetite, liquidity preferences and overall asset allocation, you may decide how much to invest.

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