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Gold Prices Have Hit an All-Time High: What Is Driving the Rally, and Should You Invest?

The financial year 2023-24 was one of those rare years when most asset classes did well. Equities gave good double-digit returns. The interest rates on many fixed-income products, like bank fixed deposits, corporate bonds, etc., were at multi-year highs. Gold also did well on the back of high inflation, geopolitical instability, etc.

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Why Retirement Planning Is Important and How to Go About It

In August 2023, Max Life Insurance published the India Retirement Index Study (IRIS) findings. Some of the findings of the study include the following:

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The Microcap Index Was the Best-Performing Index in 2023-24: Should You Invest in It?

In FY 2023-24, the Nifty Microcap 250 Index gave a whopping 85.12% returns. It was the best-performing index in FY 2023-24 amongst broad market capitalisation indices. In this article, we will understand the Nifty Microcap 250 Index, how it has performed, how much you should allocate to it, and how to invest in it.

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8 Wealth Creation Lessons to Accelerate Your Financial Planning Journey

Everybody desires to create wealth to fulfill their financial goals. The financial planning journey to fulfilling goals is a long-term journey spanning years or decades. During this long journey, wealth creation lessons can act as a guiding force and accelerate the journey.

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Categorise Financial Goals Into Short, Medium and Long-Term Goals, Prioritise and Achieve Them

In the case of many people, they have a long list of financial goals, and limited financial resources to achieve them. In such a scenario, they can prioritise financial goals based on the time horizon to achieve them. In this article, we will understand how you can categorise your financial goals into short, medium and long-term goals and how to prioritise and achieve them.

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5 Behavioural Biases That Influence Our Investment Decisions

Human behaviour takes shape over a period of time based on various factors. Some of these include what we see, read, watch, and learn from people in our lives, television, social media, etc.

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What Are the Different Types of Waiting Periods in a Health Insurance Policy?

How will a health insurance company respond in the following scenarios for individual health insurance policies?

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What Are the Different Types of SIPs? How to Use Step-Up SIP to Reach Your Financial Goals Faster?

In the past, over long investment periods, stock markets have given excellent returns and created wealth for investors. However, in the short term, markets can be very volatile and experience big bouts of corrections. Hence, it is always recommended that you invest in small amounts regularly over the long term.

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Does Daily, Weekly, or Monthly SIP Make a Difference in Returns? Which One Should You Choose?

Systematic investment plans (SIPs) are the go-to mode of investments in mutual funds for most retail investors. In April 2024, the number of SIP accounts stood at 8.70 crores

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Nifty PSU stocks Rose More than 100% Last Year: Should You Invest?

The Nifty PSE Index gave an eye-popping 113.39% return (as of 30th April 2024) in the last one year. With this kind of performance, the index has grabbed the attention of investors. Many of them are looking to invest in it. In this article, we will explore the Nifty PSE Index, its constituents and the sectors they are spread across, its returns, who should invest and how much.

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Best Ways for NRIs to Invest in Indian Equities

India is an oasis of growth in a desert. India has a huge NRI population, with millions of them living in various developed and developing countries across the world. While these NRIs stay and earn income in various countries, they face the challenge of limited investment opportunities in most developed countries.

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Where Should You Invest if the BJP Government Comes to Power?

In the State Assembly elections concluded in November 2023, the BJP got a decisive majority in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh. The party retained Madhya Pradesh while it wrested Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan from the Congress party.