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9 lessons for both traders and investors after the recent crash
In the past few years, we have gone through occasions when stocks fell like nine pins over just a few days. At such times, I would get calls from panicky investors. There also used to be tearful phone calls from day-traders who saw their entire gains of six months to a year wiped out in a day or two. This time, it was different....
The current system discriminates against the salaried class. It’s time to change it
I write this on behalf of those who have to work for a living and get paid what the taxmen choose to call ‘salary’ income. We are an unfortunate lot. Earlier, a part of our ‘perks’ was tax-free. But the corporate world has now moved to what is called the ‘CTC’ (cost to the company) concept. Now, every...
Look for companies that lay emphasis on quality of service
I find myself in a dilemma when I switch hats from that of an investment analyst to a consumer, especially of services. As an analyst, I am very bullish on the service sector. I see it as the engine of growth. Whether it is the simple act of buying daily provisions or day-to-day banking or using the Internet for booking tickets, there...