Here are some updates on Personal Finance Resources website:
The blog and the website has been revamped. Your thoughts are always welcome.
Two more links to keep you busy!
How to make your financial plan now and here
The Rs 550 crore NSEL Scam
Here’s some reviews of the real estate, infrastructure and housing finance industry posted on our revamped information portal on personal finance. Your feedback is always welcome.
Here’s a look at the supply demand ratio, barriers of entry and the bargaining power of suppliers & customers of the Real Estate/Infrastructure sector.
Housing finance disbursements are estimated to have grown by around 16.1% in Fiscal 2012 to Rs 2,044 billion (as compared with Rs 1,760 billion in Fiscal 2011). Read the full report.
Here’s something you can learn from a fellow traveller of the stocks journey
Were you looking for a particular industry review? Please let me know.
Does money matter? Or aren’t money matters boring? [Or am i confusing you with money matters? ]
In any case, it’s your perspective that really matters and it’s your responsibility to read or ignore the following links on money matters.
Personal Finance News in the media
The above link gives you news and updates about personal finance in the Indian media
What is wrong with financial literacy programmes
Subra, in his inimitable way, tells you how a financial education program sponsored by a life insurance company or a mutual fund is a masquerade for their marketing team!
Regulators and Behavioral Psychology
Sandeep Parekh reviews a book by Daniel Kahneman: “Thinking Fast and Slow”. where Kahneman takes us on a groundbreaking tour of the mind and explains the two systems that drive the way we think and make choices. One system is fast, intuitive, and emotional; the other is slower, more deliberative, and more logical.
Though 2013 has begun, we are still in the first week and the 2012 hangover is not yet over. This post is to finally say bye-bye to 2012 by putting together a few review links. Here they are:
The FundsIndia blog takes a look at what happened in equity/debt/sectoral mutual fund schemes and how they performed vis-a-vis the benchmark indices.
The MoneyWork4me Stockshastra blog on how the FIIs are making money from the Indian stock market and what individual investors are losing out on.
and finally something to look forward to….
Hemant Beniwal analyzes the top mutual fund schemes to invest in 2013.