Letter to the Editor

Money Today readers share the feedback on the magazine's coverage of the personal finance sector -
     Print Edition: March 2014
Letter to the Editor

Money Today readers share the feedback on the magazine's coverage of the personal finance sector -

The cover story "Finding Your Way Out" (February 2014) was very interesting and helpful. It has covered procedural issues that are hardly discussed in media. I had been thinking of buying some unlisted shares but was not sure where to buy from and how to value the price of unlisted shares. Your cover story was very insightful and helpful in this regard. There are other issues such as importance of listing nominee(s) in mutual funds that have been discussed in the story. Though this is a very important point, investors are often found ignoring it. - ANJAN ASWATH, Chennai

Your article on the new unit-linked insurance plans (Rating New Ulips, February 2014) could have been much more comprehensive and useful for investors if you had rated the Ulips on more than one parameter. You have taken the easy way out by rating the plans based on three-year CAGR return. This has resulted in other aspects of insurance schemes, such as the fee insurers charge or claims ratio, being completely ignored. - PALAK MALHOTRA, Kanpur

The interview of Anis Lahlou-Abid of JP Morgan (February 2014) talks only about the merits of investing in Europe. However, the interviewer seems to have forgotten to ask about the risks of investing in an economy that was, just a year ago, growing at a negative rate. - NIKHIL SAHAY, Patna

The story on options- "Finding the Right Path" was quite comprehensive. A detailed explanation of the basics was very helpful in understanding the mechanics of the derivative instruments to a layman investor like me. Though I am a regular investor in stocks, I didn't know exactly how derivatives work. - AVNEET KAUR, Delhi

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