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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
Debit card PIN use Has RBI rule put you directly in the path of fraud?

Jan 20, 2014

Debit card PIN use Has RBI rule put you directly in the path of fraud?

Cyber security sleuths have detected a black private information stealing virus in the Indian online banking transactions space and have alerted consumers who swipe debit or credit cards at shopping counters to make payments. #RBI #Reserve Bank of India #Credit card #Raghuram Rajan #Debit card #PersonalFinance #CVV #Dexter. retail
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
Decoder How credit information firms calculate credit score

Jan 16, 2014

Decoder How credit information firms calculate credit score

Credit information companies like CIBIL calculates an individuals credit score through advanced analytics and assigns a number between 300 and 900 to a borrower, based on his/her credit history. The closer your score to 900, the more confidence the credit institution will have in your ability to repay the loan . #Credit score #Debt #Money #EMI #PersonalFinance #Credit history #defaulting #trade attributes #easy monthly installments

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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