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Dhirendra Kumar
Keeping your investments simple means that you always understand what is happening and what you must do when things go wrong |
People seem to make financial decisions based not on how rich they are, but on how rich they think they are |
The lowering of the maximum promoter stake is good for public ownership but has come at an awkward time |
If you forget that market trends are not straight lines but circles, then you could be giving yourself a needlessly hard time |
Should tips or operator manipulation be deciding factors when investing in a stock? |
Conservative savers' interests are best served by limiting themselves to a very short list of investments and ignoring everything else. |
Use this approach in personal investments, where the solution is not to do a lot, but to do only the minimum possible |
Union Budgets play a huge role in getting savers to start investing, which is why the upcoming budget must enhance tax-saving policy |
Even the most die-hard equity fan must ensure that at least some of their investments are in a fixed income option |
Data is data and stories are stories. Which is more important for investors to understand? |
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