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Trading in non-convertible redeemable preference shares and privately-placed redeemable preference shares, experts say, will give people one more liquid investment option.
Whether you post your grievance on social media, online forums or blogs sites, it's now highly likely that the companies concerned will track your comments.
India is a good investment bet even if the economy clocks low growth in the coming financial year, says the majority of the fund managers polled.
Portfolio management services works well when the service offered is highly customised. Otherwise, mutual funds are a better option.
Experts say investing through e-gold, or an electronic way to buy the yellow metal, is more cost effective in the long term.
Rajiv Bajaj, vice chairman and managing director, Bajaj Capital, speaks on what financial literacy means for investors.
A financial plan is only as good as the adviser who draws it up. So ensure your financial security is his only motivation.
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