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For the bravehearts In this edition of 'NFO resune', Prasunjit Mukherjee, CEO, Plexus Management evaluates the HSBC Dynamic Fund. There are no high-risk or low-risk investors — there are only high-risk or low-risk investments. This snapshot of the rupee's performance may aid you in making overseas investment decisions. Money Today scans through dozens of research reports from investment houses every fortnight to present you the six most relevant stock recommendations and a sector analysis.
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Seven deadly sins for investors 'We ask friends and dealers before buying a cell phone. But rush in and buy stocks on a hot tip.'
Cover first gains later 'Insurance should be seen as a hedge against one's life and not an investing instrument.'
Untaxing your money 'Investing more than required in tax-saving instruments is not bad but could have earned better returns elsewhere.'
Eyes wide shut 'Don’t base high expectations on beginner’s luck; study the problem and learn from mistakes.'
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