Here’s some useful posts on personal finance that may be of interest to you.
On a side note, this blog is becoming more and more personal and the rants may hardly be useful to you. So I will change the feed to articles posted on my personal finance website from tomorrow. (Unsubscribe is a useful link to click too!)
Here are some posts of the week:
The Power of Equity: Power of equity is least understood in this country.
If you can withstand notional loss (if you don’t book) in portfolio during bear markets, not worry about daily price movements, it is possible to make much better money than what can be made out of best of real estate.
Cleaning Up Your Investments: According to data analyzed by QuantumAMC, in the BSE small cap of about 455 companies, there are at least 59 companies with negative return on equity. The share price increase of these companies range from negative 39% to positive 281%. There are approximately another 163 companies with Return on equity being less than 10%.
Why people behave differently while Investing?: Mahima Bhaskar takes the journey of understanding behavioral finance. She finds out how her friends are comfortable with only such advice that conforms to their existing beliefs. They would not be friends with people who pick holes in their money strategy.
Take Advantage of Top-Up Health Insurance Policy: A LiveMint article comparing two top-up health insurance plans.
Problems of Investing in Mutual Funds in India: A post that lists out the issues that a common investor faces to invest in a mutual fund.
Idioms on Risk @ Subramoney
How to Save on Expensive Medicines by Using Generic Medicines: A mobile app that helps users search the generic drugs that are way cheaper than what is commonly prescribed by their Doctors.
All About Employee Provident Fund on BeMoneyAware
LIC’s New Money Back Plan: Jeevan Shagun Review
Getting Started on Tracking and Budgeting Your Money