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Investment regulations require more and more of form-filling, much of it useless. Here are some examples
In matters of ‘form filling’ we are probably World champions. We do not mind filling up an endless number of forms, sometimes in alien languages, without any protest. Often, many columns in the forms seek mindless data. Here are some examples of what investors face when they invest in...
That’s what even so-called expert investors suffer from, bringing down their performance
In 1979, the Texas legislature required the University of Texas to increase its intake of medical students from 150 to 200. These 150 had been selected by first short-listing the best 800 from the academic records of about 2,200 students and then calling the 800 for an interview with the admissions...
With a crowd of companies vying for your money, it might be a good idea to keep your eyes open and your wallet closed, advises Shreedhar Kanetkar
Companies raising funds have been off to a great start in 2007. By early February, at least 20 companies had lined up to approach Indian investors, hoping to raise Rs6,000 crore collectively. Newspaper reporters were drawing parallels between the...