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Harsh brings with him more than 14 years of rich industry experience across diverse areas such digital marketing, sales strategy, customer engagement,& management. He has earlier worked with some of the best global financial publishers and has a proven track record of steering international business growth and operations. He believes smiling is the best remedy to keep stress at bay and enjoys cycling in his free time.

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A Priceless Lesson Learnt from A 74-Year Old! -Research & Ranking

A Priceless Lesson Learnt from A 74-Year Old! -Research & Ranking

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Ever since the start of the lockdown towards the end of March, we’ve been hearing numerous stories on more people facing financial crunch. Some of them have lost their jobs, some of them have had to face pay cuts, some are facing delayed salaries. Today, I want to share with you how a 74-year-old, retired man is living through the crisis with ease.

Should You Buy or Sell Yes Bank? - Research & Ranking

Should You Buy or Sell Yes Bank? - Research & Ranking

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Yes Bank shares have corrected significantly. However it makes no sense of catching a falling knife in the Indian stock markets. There are many other excellent investment opportunities are available in the Indian stock market, especially after the recent market correction.

Is it Negatively Positive?

Is it Negatively Positive?

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The share market in India witnessed one of its worst crashes in a single day on 28th February 2020 as a result of a global scare caused by the spread of the Coronavirus. However it is important to avoid rumours and remain invested patiently in good businesses.

Coronavirus Impact on Stock Markets: What Should You Look At?

Coronavirus Impact on Stock Markets: What Should You Look At?

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Over the past few days, there's been a lot spoken on the impact of Coronavirus on global economies and its potential impact on the stock markets in India and abroad. Investors who are serious about wealth creation should look at the current situation as an opportunity to accumulate quality stocks at discount prices.

The Role of Psychology in Stock Market Investing

The Role of Psychology in Stock Market Investing

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Investing in stock markets is a high risk, high reward business. While majority of investors lose money in the stock markets in India, a small percentage of investors have managed to create massive wealth. Psychology is a big part of the stock market investment and those who understand it can create wealth.

Impact of Coronavirus on Your Portfolio

Impact of Coronavirus on Your Portfolio

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Coronavirus has been in the forefront of the news these days. And, many Indian investors are getting jittery about its impact on their portfolio. Talking about the impact, the stock markets globally had taken some amount of beating back then. So what should an investor do? Staying calm and patient can help an investor secure his financial life and experience financial abundance.

Why Long Term Investment in Stock Market Works Best for Wealth Creation

Why Long Term Investment in Stock Market Works Best for Wealth Creation

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Short term investing in the stock markets in India makes no sense as it simply cannot make you rich overnight. On the contrary long term investing in the stock markets in India is a rewarding experience but requires patience, commitment, and will power to remain calm when the market fluctuates.

3 Stock Market Investing Lessons I’ve Learned Till Now

3 Stock Market Investing Lessons I’ve Learned Till Now

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The key to wealth creation from stock markets is having a long-term view on quality businesses without frequent churning of the portfolio. Here are three important lessons which can help stock market investors to create sustainable wealth.

Interpretation of Budget 2020

Interpretation of Budget 2020

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As always, the budget has evoked mixed responses from the general public as well as Indian stock market investors. To help you better understand certain key announcements of the budget and its potential impact I have decided to decode it in a simplified manner.

Are You Exiting Your Investments in the Stock Market in India Prematurely?

Are You Exiting Your Investments in the Stock Market in India Prematurely?

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There will be many temporary hurdles while investing in the stock market in India in the short term. But if you look at the past, irrespective of whether it is India or global markets after every downturn, the stock market in India has rebounded after some time in a big way.

Looking At the Budget While Investing in the Stock Market in India

Looking At the Budget While Investing in the Stock Market in India

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In one of our earlier article, we took look at why we can expect the upcoming few years to be something similar to the times of 2003-2008. Now let’s take a look at one more important aspect that was the stepping stone towards that Bull Run in the stock market in India.

Fulfil Your Life Goals By Investing Wisely in the Stock Market in India

Fulfil Your Life Goals By Investing Wisely in the Stock Market in India

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By investing even half of what you would have otherwise paid on your monthly EMI, in quality stocks in the stock market in India over ten years, you can easily build a corpus of 1.12 crores assuming a CAGR of 20%.

Read A Lot, To Succeed in the Stock Market in India

Read A Lot, To Succeed in the Stock Market in India

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There is a strong correlation between reading and success in investing in the stock market in India. While all readers may not be investors, all successful investors are voracious readers.

Lessons For Stock Market Investors From the Little Book of Value Investing

Lessons For Stock Market Investors From the Little Book of Value Investing

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There are many ways to succeed in the stock market investing. One of the best ways to succeed is doing what successful investors have done, i.e. value investing. This is what the book is all about.

Is $5 Trillion Possible?

Is $5 Trillion Possible?

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India doubled its GDP from $1.37 tn in 2009 to $2.9 tn in 2019. If history can repeat, and India doubles its GDP by 2025, the multiplier effect will be seen in the Indian stock markets as well.

How Young Indians Will Help India Grow?

How Young Indians Will Help India Grow?

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The key driver for any economy that fosters its growth, sustainability and competitive is demographic dividend. India is still yet to unleash the miracle of this demographic advantage that India has over other economies.

Timing The Markets is A Waste of Time

Timing The Markets is A Waste of Time

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Nobody can predict the next stock market correction. Investors who wait on the sidelines will definitely face the risk of losing out on some of the stock market’s best periods of returns.

Why Being An Investor is An Ideal Profession?

Why Being An Investor is An Ideal Profession?

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Most people consider investing in the stock market in India as a secondary activity. However, becoming an investor in the stock market can be one’s primary profession too.

How People Look at Things

How People Look at Things

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Most investors make the same mistakes in stock market investing. Research suggests that investor’s success in just 10% dependent on intelligence/research and 90% on emotional decisions.

My Financial Resolutions for the Upcoming Decade - Research & Ranking

My Financial Resolutions for the Upcoming Decade - Research & Ranking

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This article describes the importance of using the learnings of the current year to draft future resolutions for the new year 2020 and upcoming years in the future.

The Times May Be More Exciting! Here’s Why

The Times May Be More Exciting! Here’s Why

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Government has taken undertaken some massive economic reforms in the last 5 years to make India a $5 trillion economy in the next 4-5 years. When the economy grows, the stock market in India will also grow.

Is the Next Multi Year Bull Run Here?

Is the Next Multi Year Bull Run Here?

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This article explains how the economic reforms undertaken by the government between 1999-2003 laid the foundation for growth of economy and stock market between 2003-2008.

Going Back to The Golden Era

Going Back to The Golden Era

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The current situation in Indian economy is similar to what happened before the bull run in stock market of 2003-2008. Discover why it is the right time to invest in stock market as the reforms undertaken shall pave the way for growth in the next few years

Only 10% Investors Create Wealth From Stocks

Only 10% Investors Create Wealth From Stocks

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Know why only 10% of investors make money in stock markets. They don’t do what 90% of investors who make losses do.

Your Money Is Not Safe Even in the Bank (Know The Truth)

Your Money Is Not Safe Even in the Bank (Know The Truth)

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Bank deposits and bank lockers which are generally considered as safe by investors are not 100% risk-free. Hence a wise investor should always diversify his investments.

Debt Trap-How It Can Drown Businesses And Investors

Debt Trap-How It Can Drown Businesses And Investors

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Too much debt can be disastrous, at times for companies as it puts too much pressure on them, and every investor should be aware of the perils of investing in debt-laden companies.

Give Up These Habits to Become A Millionaire

Give Up These Habits to Become A Millionaire

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Habits to give up right now if you want to be a millionaire. Investment in equity for the long term can make you a millionaire in a few years.

Why Investing is Like Time Travel?

Why Investing is Like Time Travel?

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To peak into the future while investing in our present requires a lot of skill and expertise.

Most Important Investing Lesson That I Learned This Diwali!

Most Important Investing Lesson That I Learned This Diwali!

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In this article I am sharing the most important investing lesson that I learned this Diwali.I have seen many investors incorrectly assume the stock price.

Can Anybody Give Me the Tips for How to Analyse Stocks, Fundamentally?

Can Anybody Give Me the Tips for How to Analyse Stocks, Fundamentally?

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Most investors are often clueless when it comes to investing in stocks as they have no idea about how to analyze stocks.

Which Are the Best shares to Invest in for My Kid's Education?

Which Are the Best shares to Invest in for My Kid's Education?

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Here are a few point which can help you to find best shares to invest in.one can build a corpus fund to their child’s education by best shares to invest.

Financial Disease 1: Leveraging To Invest!

Financial Disease 1: Leveraging To Invest!

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Let me share with you a vicious cycle on how this worked and then destroyed wealth for a fictitious character called Naveen

Financial Disease 2: Too Many or Too Less

Financial Disease 2: Too Many or Too Less

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In this article let’s have a look at what is over-diversification and under diversification.

Ssshhh…Unspoken Truths of Investing!

Ssshhh…Unspoken Truths of Investing!

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There are many unspoken realities of investing. We have tried to list few of the most important ones here.

Are You Investing Like A Sheep or An Eagle?

Are You Investing Like A Sheep or An Eagle?

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One’s own investment decisions should never depend on what their friends or relatives say.This strategy will never yield good returns and may result in loss.

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