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Tax Saving with Gifts

India is a country predominantly recognized for its cultural diversity, customs, and religions. It is a commonplace to find close knitted families that celebrate numerous occasions wherein gifts are exchanged as a symbol of love and affection. At times, gifting can also become a legalized part of your tax planning to reduce tax liability significantly. [...]

By |2020-08-14T07:07:12+05:30November 13th, 2019|All, Financial Planning|Comments Off on Tax Saving with Gifts

Lessons to Learn from Equity Markets

The stock market may be considered one of the greatest teachers of life. It goes beyond a marketplace for making material gains; rather it dwells deep in enrooting the meaning of success and failure in one’s life. When one starts investing in the equity market, one comprehends that persistence and dedication beat greed and [...]

By |2020-08-20T20:47:17+05:30August 31st, 2019|All, Markets|Comments Off on Lessons to Learn from Equity Markets

What financial independence really means

Independence, by definition, is the ability to live by your own terms and conditions, take your own decisions and control your life the way you want. While there are many factors that can make this happen, financial independence is definitely paramount. What financial independence really means is that you don’t have to solely rely [...]

By |2020-08-20T21:01:54+05:30August 16th, 2019|All, Financial Planning|Comments Off on What financial independence really means

Financial Assets vs Physical Assets

Assets are widely known as anything that has value and return generating potential. It represents value of ownership. Investment asset can usually be of two types: Financial assets and Physical assets. Even though they seem similar, they are very different from each other based on their features and characteristics. Financial Assets It refers to [...]

By |2020-08-20T21:08:24+05:30July 9th, 2019|All, Personal Finance|Comments Off on Financial Assets vs Physical Assets

News Bias

In today’s technologically advanced world we have an overload of information. We are informed about almost everything but know only a few things. You might wonder why? Let’s take an example. Can you name one piece of news over the past few years that have helped you take a certain drastic step with respect [...]

By |2020-08-20T22:00:53+05:30December 6th, 2016|All, Behaviour Finance|Comments Off on News Bias

Investing in the Stock Market- 3 things you must avoid doing.

Over the course of time we have written several behavioral finance articles to share our knowledge with investors looking to create long term wealth. One can apply our Thinking Man advice from those articles with respect to the recent BSE Sensex crash. The sharp decline in the stock market has made everyone very tensed [...]

By |2020-08-20T22:42:26+05:30December 6th, 2016|All, Markets|Comments Off on Investing in the Stock Market- 3 things you must avoid doing.

Naive Diversification

“Naïve” means “inexperienced” in particular tasks assigned, even while taking important decisions of investments. There are instances in pasts wherein, investors use ‘naïve’ rules of thumb for portfolio construction due to lack of better information. One such rule is known as the ‘1/n’ approach, where investors allocate equally to the range of available asset [...]

By |2020-08-20T22:45:36+05:30December 6th, 2016|All, Behaviour Finance|Comments Off on Naive Diversification
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