NAV is a ‘completely and absolutely Irrelevant, Immaterial and Inconsequential’ aspect to consider when investing in mutual funds. Find out why in this blog.
Also known as ‘mirror investing’, the copycat approach to investing has serious drawbacks. Paisablogger Sanjay Matai explains the pros and cons of the same.
While everyone understands cash, quite a few users are still confused between the two card-based payment systems. They are quite different and each has its own advantages. Paisablogger Sanjay Matai does a quick comparison of the two.
There is mayhem at the stock markets. In just a matter of weeks, equity investors have seen massive erosion in the value of their portfolio. Paisablogger Sanjay Matai explains how to make the stock markets crash work in your favor.
While everyone understands cash, quite a few users are still confused between the two card-based payment systems i.e when to use credit card or debit card. Paisablogger Sanjay Matai explains the same.
Are Govt. Securities Safe? Even though the risk of default in GSecs is practically absent, there are still good chances that you may incur a loss by investing in Govt. Securities.
Currency Risk is nothing but increases in our expenses (or fall in our investments) due to change in the value of rupee as compared to the currency of the country where we wish to travel or invest. Let’s explore how Currency Risk affect us.
Paying EMIs too is common… very common indeed. But, increasing the EMIs is NOT common… very UNCOMMON indeed. Yet, it could be a game-changer as far as your personal finances are concerned.
All you need to do is to create a well-diversified and balanced portfolio of some good mutual funds. This is the easiest and the simplest way to ensure that you probably don’t lose money.
Increased dependence on borrowed money to finance our needs and desires, has increased the importance of Credit Score. A good Credit Score not only makes it easy for you to raise loans but also get them at lower interest rates.