From this week on, we won’t be writing about investments anymore. We are replacing the investments section with a new niche.
Irrespective of who you are and what you do, you must have knowledge about the basic investment terms. As the world of investing is growing, you never know when you have to make your own investment decisions.
Even we are quite stunned to see 20,000 views within the first 4 months. We had kept a goal of 1,000 views per month - 4,000 views in 4 months.
In investing, Warren Buffett is a household name, isn’t he? What makes Warren Buffett great isn’t only his dazzling net worth of $71 billion, but also how he differentiates from most investors.
Creating your investment portfolio for the long term doesn’t sound that hard, does it? Except for the fact that most investors fail to do so. They lack self-discipline and patience to invest successfully in the long run.
While it’s good if you are making mistakes in investing and learning from them, but won’t it be better if you could learn the same lessons from other people’s mistakes? So, learn from the important investment lessons that I wish I had learned earlier.
As you are beginning your investing career, there must be a lot of frequently asked questions that are still left answered. So we would like to answer the 5 most frequently asked questions about investments - stock markets to be specific.
So, Ready to Kickstart Your Investment Journey With a Bang? Let’s Go Then! Earlier, I had written about How To Invest As Per Your Age Group. But I realized that it would also be great if I could help a new investor start his Career effectively. Even if you have invested before, this article will be fruitful for you. Having discussed Why Should You Invest earlier, it’s time now to tackle the “How?” question.
Despite Classical Economics mentioning human beings as rational thinkers, we have proved it wrong, haven't we? This is particularly true in Investing where many people have shown nothing short of absurdity. This absurdity has brought in a popular concept called Behavioral Investment.
Up until now, we have been writing on the topics that we felt would be beneficial for you. However, we would like to take this moment to ask you for your suggestions so that we could write in the near future. The topic could be anything that comes under Personal Development and Investments.