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Listen: Fined for late credit card payment? Here's how you can skip it

May 07, 2014

Listen: Fined for late credit card payment? Here's how you can skip it

If you are perpetually late on paying your credit card, use your smart phone to set reminders, to avoid any future late payments. #HowThisWorks #Credit card #Personal finance #Podcast #Audio #Late fee
Do you know difference between dirty bond price and clean bond price?

Jan 18, 2014

Do you know difference between dirty bond price and clean bond price?

To understand the difference between the dirty price of the bond and clean price of the bond, first we need to understand the difference between the coupon rate of the bond and yield. #Bonds #Money #PersonalFinance #Yield #dirty bond #clean bond #coupon
Edelweiss 11.85% NCDs open tomorrow: All you need to know

Jan 15, 2014

Edelweiss 11.85% NCDs open tomorrow: All you need to know

Edelweiss Financial Services Limited announced its public issue of secured non-convertible debentures (NCDs). The issue is open from 16 January to 27 January. The issue aggregating to Rs 250 crore, comes with an option to retain over-subscription up to Rs 250 crore. #IIFL #PersonalFinance #Muthoot Finance #non-convertible debentures #Certified Financial Planner #Edelweiss Financial Services Limited #NCDs #Manapurram Finance
JP Morgan launches fund to invest in European equities

Jan 14, 2014

JP Morgan launches fund to invest in European equities

This fund is an open-ended fund of funds, and is open for subscription from 17 January to 31 January. The fund will re-open on 10 February. #Money #MSCI #PersonalFinance #SIP #JP Morgan Asset Management India #Europe Dynamic Equity Offshort Fund #Systematic Investment Plan #Systematic Withdrawal Plan #Certified Financial Planner
Four things to remember while making financial resolutions in 2014

Jan 01, 2014

Four things to remember while making financial resolutions in 2014

Many begin the new year with a list of resolutions, but when it comes to your money, make just one and stick to. #equity #Money #MoneyMatters #Personal finance #Asset #finances #financial resolution

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Why you shouldn't position portfolios based on central bank policies

Jul 11, 2013

Why you shouldn't position portfolios based on central bank policies

Central Banks policies and actions can lead to short term volatility and also give people like us something to write or talk about. However do not let central banks actions lead you away from your longer term objectives. Let the traders play the volatility while you ride out the short term volatility for longer term gains. #Central bank #stocks #markets #PersonalFinance #market volatility
How to increase savings by plugging leaks

Nov 09, 2012

How to increase savings by plugging leaks

Investing in wrong financial products is a very high source of leakage from your savings. Insurance policies are the worst form of leakages as costs can be as high as 50% if you are not careful. #Financial markets #Banks #PersonalFinance #Savings #fixed deposits #insurance policies

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How to increase savings by plugging leaks

Aug 26, 2014

Mexico's Elite Paid Hefty Price To Hear Bill Clinton

A review of the Clinton family's personal finances published by The Washington Post, reveals that over a decade, the former President was paid $3.2 million by Mexican businessmen and government officials for 14 private presentations in Mexico...
How to increase savings by plugging leaks

Aug 19, 2014

7 Objections Against SEO (And Why They Aren't True)

Search traffic rocks. Even though just two years ago only 44% of shoppers began their purchase by using a search engine (Interconnected World: Shopping and Personal Finance, 2012), today I am sure this number is a lot higher. Moreover, 70% of these p...
How to increase savings by plugging leaks

Aug 13, 2014

Three Personal Finance Tips From Big Data

There's a lot of personal finance advice out there for those who want it. Buy fewer lattes, pay less for cable and switch your wireless provider are a few common themes for getting your day to day spending in order, but how valid are these assertions...