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When you're in your 20s, having money feels great. Spending it feels even better. However, as time passes, we realise that money is more than a means to have fun. Managing it is actually hard work. Th...
No really, why invest at all?
Globally, gender lens investing is becoming an integral part of conversations among investors, financial institutions, donors, and governments. As it is still in nascent stages, there are many questions around its definition and approach. Is it about pink-labelling a process? Is it about an exclusive focus on women for investment decisions? The answer to both these questions is "no". Gender lens investing is not about excluding men and male-owned companies, but about amending a process that has implicit, albeit unconscious biases in it.
Just yesterday, I got a question from a prolific angel investor who has been doing investing in the seed space for the past couple of years. He asked, "What kind of companies should he be investing in given the chill in the market environment?" That got me thinking a bit deeper on the subject.
NEW DELHI — Mutual funds are a safer bet than investing purely in equities, and more Indians are going for that. The total amount invested in MFs has grown 10 percent in the last one month alone, to a...
Consistency and discipline. Those are the two tenets the best investors in the world abide by. Consistency is required for continuous wealth creation. Discipline is required to eliminate greed and to...