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From the Rat Race to Financial Freedom... A common man's journey
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Happiness Unlimited...How to be happy..always !!
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Dream On...Every setback is a little nudge from HIM to Dream On
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The Autobiography Of A Stock
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Thursday, May 23, 2019

KEEP INVESTING is an INEFFICIENT Approach to Wealth Building

A Mutual Fund SIP is supposed to be the simplest and most powerful investment option in the market even today. Though old fashioned, it needs almost negligible time investment from an investor post its setting up. But if you are just continuing to invest regularly, then you are missing one of the most vital aspects of wealth management...

Wednesday, May 08, 2019

9+3 Criteria in Evaluating Company's Management before buying a Stock

You may see the best of Earnings, cash flow, growth and business potential. This may just be your dream stock that you always wanted to buy. But it can all come to a zero, if the numbers were cooked up or the company's management was not reliable enough. But then, how do you judge the quality of a company's management?