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How to retire at 40

How to retire at 40?

Ranganayaki R

In your youth, there’s always an inner tussle between living at the moment and keeping an eye on the future. We get it, it’s as tough a tightrope to walk…Continue Reading

Long-term equity investing

Experiencing long term investing, one short term period at a time

Arun Kumar

Imagine there are three bowls of water in front of you – one cold, one hot, and another at room temperature. Assume you put one hand in the bowl with…Continue Reading

Dont stop your SIPs

Why you shouldn’t stop your SIPs (or any investments)

Ranganayaki R

Are you one among many that have always wanted to make regular investments and gear up towards building wealth for the future?  So you garner the courage to put together…Continue Reading

Stock market declines

How to make the most of stock market declines

Arun Kumar

At some point in time, every year, the market has fallen below its peak. The average intra-year decline has been -22 percent for the last 29 years. Till 2011, intra-year…Continue Reading

Nilesh Shah

Rendezvous with Nilesh Shah

FundsIndia Desk

FundsIndia had caught up with Mr.Nilesh Shah, the Managing Director of Kotak Mahindra Asset Management Co Ltd. He has over 25 years of experience in capital markets and investments, having…Continue Reading

Union Budget 2019

Key Takeaways from the Union Budget 2019

FundsIndia Desk

This being an election year, the Union Government had only declared an interim budget in February. The final union budget 2019 was presented by the new finance minister, Nirmala Sitharaman,…Continue Reading

FundsIndia Views: What is bad news and when to sell your fund

Vidya Bala

The recent spate of negative news in the debt space, with the downgrading of debt papers of some banks and NBFCs, may have caused you to panic. What’s more, for…Continue Reading

FundsIndia Views: The debt fund spook and what it means

Vidya Bala

The debt fund landscape is undergoing a change. And change seldom happens without disruptions.  The structure, regulation and liquidity aspects of debt instruments have been put to test in the…Continue Reading

FundsIndia Views: 2019 – Equity and debt outlook

Vidya Bala

2018 was a year that probably gave you glimpses of the rough side of equity and debt markets.  The bad news is that you have probably not seen the end…Continue Reading

FundsIndia Views: The Five Lessons of 2018

Bhavana Acharya

Markets closed out 2018 in a burst of volatility, capping a year of several yo-yos. Equity and debt markets had a tumultuous 2018, which served to drive home certain basics.…Continue Reading

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