Money Today Archive November 2014 Issue
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Edition: November 2014

Cover Story

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Invest cautiously amid talk of 'mother of all bull runs'

Invest cautiously in this 'mother of all bull runs'

When things look this good, complacency is sure to creep in, forcing you to start committing 'small' mistakes that may burn a big hole in your portfolio when the market cycle reverses.
Mutual Fund
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Good mutual fund investment options
There is no respite for yellow metal investors as Gold ETFs continue their poor run with negative average return (-0.63%) in the past three years.
Stocks
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Best performing stocks you must invest in
Atul Ltd is among the top gainers in the past six months with return of 191%.
Insurance
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Is it right time to invest money for long term?
Experts say one must invest for long term as interest rates are likely to fall in the near future and 9.3% will be a very good return for a fixed-income instrument.
Banking
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Best car, home education, loan deals on offer
Are you scouting for a loan to buy a house, a car or for your child's education? Given below are the best deals on offer from public and private sector lenders.
Financial Planning
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Start-ups are helping lower health-care costs
We discuss some start-ups/companies in this space and how they are revolutionising the delivery of health care.
Query Corner
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Experts answer your personal finance queries
Money Today experts answer your personal finance queries from taxation, to insurance, for better financial planning.
Editors Note
Editor in chief Aroon Purie
Editor-in-chief Aroon Purie introduces the magazine's November issue and tells you why you must buy it.
Perspective
Now, transfer money through facebook
Kotak Mahindra Bank has launched a money transfer application called KayPay that allows you to transfer money to people on your Facebook friend list
  • Now, pay less upfront to buy a house According to the new regulations, in case of a home loan of more than Rs 20 lakh, an HFC can provide a loan of up to 90% value of the property under certain conditions.

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