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  • How to outsmart your career in finance within Indian financial industry?9 March 2019

    Two decades back, the only career choices people were aware of were in the field of medical and engineering. Furthermore, it is also true that commerce was not given much importance. Remarkably, finance being part of the commerce stream then. But with the advent of the globalization, economic development took place at a faster pace. Besides, it created myriad options for the people who want to carve the niche for themselves in the field of finance. So a career in finance is

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  • Different types of Indian stock market orders you should know28 February 2019

    In order to trade like an expert, it is very important that you understand market orders well. With such knowledge, you must not owe to worry to trade in any of the market segments. Whether it is stock market, derivatives market, commodities market or a currency market in India. These market orders are nothing but instructions used while buying and selling a security in the stock market, bond market, currency market, derivative market, and commodity market. Each order is unique and

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  • How Rupee-Dollar exchange rate movements influence the Indian sectors?25 February 2019

    The stock market is an integral part of the economy and doesn’t function in isolation. It is the barometer of a nation’s economic growth and reflects various key factors. Factors such as interest rates, GDP rates, trade policy, and currency movements. Out of these the strengthening and weakening of the Indian rupee have a major influence in the sectors of the economy. Data reveals that over the past decade, the Sensex/Nifty50 and the Rupee-Dollar exchange rate movement have shown a

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  • Union budget sectoral analysis – facts retail investors must know14 February 2019

    The union budget sectoral analysis is the most important aspect that investors have to see or take into consideration. We all know that the budget is the pillar of the economy. Union budget is the key source through which any government perform all its financial activities. Above all, it plays a vital role for investors and businesses. We know that the budget keeps an account of revenue and expenditure for the government. The various departments under central government analyses the previous

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  • Why you must care about defensive stocks in your investment portfolio?27 January 2019

    Holding defensive stocks is a strategy to minimise the risk of loss during the bear phase. Even in the situation of non-performance of the economy, these stocks provide a cushion to your portfolio. We all are aware that stock market moves in a cycle. Bulls and bear market are phases of the stock market cycle. What worries any stock market investors is the bear phase of the cycle. As an investor, you do not care much when every stock in

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  • How union budget impact sectors in India – a guide for retail investors22 January 2019

    Budget impact sectors heavily in India. Industries perform mainly on the overall policy and guidelines laid down by the government. These yearly budget from the central government provides the broader guidelines for major sectors in of the country. These guidelines include total output limits, government soups, financial assistance and etc. The sectors take guidelines from such budget announcements to develop their yearly operating strategies. Hence, the overall performance of companies operating under such sectors directly depends upon the union budget

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  • Sector rotation – Some important lessons for stock market investors18 January 2019

    All sectors do not perform well at the same time. So is the stocks within. So understanding the concept of sector rotation is among one of the most important factors for your success. Success with your stock market investing. Now let us understand why sector rotation as a concept is important to know for every stock market investor. Why do we invest money? The answer is straight forward. To reap returns and witness appreciation in our money. However, to get

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  • What are the uses of the RBI exchange rate – a brief discussion8 January 2019

    The rupee reference rate published by the Reserve Bank of India has a special place in the economy. This reference rate or the exchange rate is the rate of other currencies against the Indian rupee. The RBI calculates these rates on a daily basis for four currencies in the world. They are the American dollar (USD), the euro (EUR), the British pound (GBP) and the Japanese yen (JPY). The RBI exchange rate is the spot rate and not the future

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  • Union budget – What Indian stock market investor should know about it?7 January 2019

    Union budget is around the corner. Every year, the government announcement of budget sets the tone for the sectoral performance of the economy. In turn, companies revenue get impact from such an announcement. Thus, in short, the union budget does impact retail investor invests in shares. Consequently, knowledge of what is union budget and how union budget works is of prime importance. Especially to the retail investor in India. But before we proceed further in analysing union budget, let us

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  • The basics of Indian stock market investing – a beginners guide 30 December 2018

    Knowing about the stock market lead us to know about how and where to trade stocks of a company. The stock market is a marketplace to deal with the securities and ownership stakes in organization and companies. Here one can buy, sell, trade or issue shares of a company. The companies with public listing trade their shares in the stock market. Thus, it is the collection of markets and exchanges. Here public does buy, selling, and issuance of shares of

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