IPOs create a lot of excitement amongst investors. Business newspapers & T.V channels make it a point to tell you how "advisable" it is to subscribe to this new offering. So let's find out the hard facts behind these IPOs
It’s scary to start Investing, I remember the day i started with a few thousand bucks, It felt like I am about to jump of the cliff. As soon as I bought the First Stock, i couldn’t stop staring at its price ticker for the next few days, constantly praying that it doesn’t fall and hoping that it rises miraculously, neither of that happened as the stock traded sideways for the next few days.
But for all this to begin, you need to have a Trading & Demat account. It is important to choose it carefully, because the brokerage and maintenance charges will eat into your profits. So let’s discuss the options available with you
It's common to come across tips on "Invesitng like Warren Buffett", but those are incomplete without you actually adopting the values and ethics that he follows. It's sure to help you in leading a happier and more meaningful life.
Buffet is full of wisdom, not just on investing, he is a terrific life coach is well. Let’s get intellectually richer by reading some of his best advice to humanity. Remember! Being a good human is a precondition to becoming a good investor.
What is beginner's luck ?
Wikipedia defines it as -
“Beginner's luck refers to the supposed phenomenon of novices experiencing disproportionate frequency of success or succeeding against an expert in a given activity.
First things first, Can you lose money by investing in mutual funds ?
Practically - "No"
Mutual fund, like any other equity market instrument, depends on the market conditions. There is no guarantee that even a fraction of what you invest is 100% safe. So if you want absolute safety, then mutual fund is not for you.. Period.
Planing to start investing stocks on your own? I am Glad you landed up here..
Efficient market theory states that the price of all stocks trading in the stock market is already priced in, so you don't need to actively research about the stock because every good news or bad news that could possibly be there is already reflecting in the stock. So basically, nobody can beat the market because the pmarket has already processed every bit of information. The possibility of outsmarting the market is considered impossible by this theory.
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