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Franklin Templeton India PE Ratio Fund

  “Bull markets are born on pessimism, grown on scepticism, mature on optimism and die on euphoria. The time of maximum pessimism is the best time to buy, and the time of maximum optimism is the best time to sell.” Sir John Marks Templeton   The biggest complain that one hears from investors seems to […]

Four products for beating inflation

An article on The Mint newspaper for which i contributed. Old one but the message is relevant ( actual reason is i forgot to post it earlier 🙂

Kaun Banega Crorepati?

You can be a crorepati by hardwork or sheer luck and usually a combination of both in varying degrees, the real question is can you stay on as a crorepati and even improve on your wealth. A small article on what to do with sudden gains that seem for many lucky people to disappear even […]

Financial Planning Basics – Part 2

Basics of Financial Planning and managing major goals such as home purchase, childrens education, retirement etc.

Basics of Financial Planning

This is a 2 part series on basics of Financial Planning that i wrote for Industrial Economist recently. Financial Planning – A beginner’s guide:   Financial Planning is an active approach to taking charge of one’s future and plan for the same. Investors usually fret about market volatility, and  make piecemeal investment decisions. After some […]

You need a budget

You Need a Budget

A signal for markets?

A very good interview by IDFC MF Dy CEO says that most investors come in when the PE ratio for the markets are in the highest band ie between 19-25 times earnings and get little or no returns for next few years which makes them disillussioned with both markets and investing itself. What the IDFC […]

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Interview in Mint Newspaper

Client Interview in Mint Newspaper