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Rationalise Your Trading Instincts

Soon, day-traders experiencing random emotional fluctuations will be alerted on rising stress levels by a device called the ‘Rationaliser’. Most investors are prone to jump at even the slightest signs of a dip in the stock market. Emotions regularly cloud their judgement, causing investors to behave irrationally and make stupid decisions.

Your emotions could soon be kept in check, however,...

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Fire the Boss

Has the social mood has changed to what prevailed in the 1970s? A majority of US workers does not think their bosses are honest, found a survey conducted by Harris Interactive for the Zurich-based Adecco Group, a human resources and placement company. Harris interviewed a nationwide sample of 2,081 US adults, 1,147 of whom were employed full- or part-time. According to the survey, one in four...

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‘Wake Up Sid’ proves lucky for PVR
 
UTV’s latest movie Main Aur Mrs Khanna could only pull 50% of the crowd to the theaters but its previous movie Wake Up Sid, a Ranbir Kapoor starter, which was released in theatres on 2nd October is still able to pull in 85% occupancy.

PVR’s first weekend collection for the movie was about Rs2 crore across India and in the Diwali weekend the numbers crossed Rs25 lakh.
 
“On Diwali weekend, especially on Friday and Sunday, we reported 80%-90% occupancy level across India and this movie is holding good in our theaters,” said Prakhar Joshi, head programming, PVR cinemas.
 
The movie produced with a budget of Rs15 crore by Dharma Productions and distributed worldwide by UTV Motion Pictures, was able to garner Rs2.2 crore over the first weekend. The movie also collected about $165,934 in the UK while for the US the collections were $355,532. In the Gulf region the film’s per print average was $9,575. news@moneylife.in 

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