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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...
In the stock market jungle, it is investor vs the rest. There is no shortcut to buying shares, as this example shows
I recently got an email which read: “Will you kindly inform me about Nissan Copper? I bought 100 shares @Rs112. I don’t have much knowledge of the market. I am in trouble. Will you be kind enough to guide me in the right direction?”
He did not tell me what prompted him to buy...
What if you could sell your life insurance policy and get the maturity value now?
I have always maintained that the only life insurance one should buy is a whole-life policy and nothing else. Now, a new use for this in the US makes it even more relevant. Imagine that you are 70-plus. Your income streams are restricted to whatever earnings come out of your savings. You do not have an idea...