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Did you know-
In last 10 years around only 21% of total companies (900 Cos) have beaten the last 10 year of Nifty returns (i.e. 12.5% CAGR)
39% Cos which have market cap > 100 cr. have done the same.
42% Cos which have market cap >200 cr. have done it too.
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Start saying "investing badi chij he instead of Shauk badi chij he" and your financial freedom is not that far.
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5 key lessons from "The Richest Man in Babylon":
1. Live within your means by adjusting your mindset to save a portion of your income first.
2. Plan for unexpected events (just like COVID).
3. Start building assets at an early age.
4. Invest in your skills and learn about money ...
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So true. Thanks will sure go through 📕

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1. *18,381/- crore lying in unclaimed bank accounts* (in dormant saving account+idling in matured fixed and other desposit)
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Thiwa Chanthrangkul @Tiwachan
Jul 10 12:32 PM

Thank you very much my friend

Why value investing works-
A piece on market behavior -
1. All promoters/business owners are value investors by nature.
A businessman who can go to china or bangladesh to save 2 rp on a component, is not going to buy ₹500 book value stock of his own company in ₹1000.
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Tata bo...
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Can you imagine making ₹35,000 Cr in 35 years?
That's what a son of an Income Tax Officer did.
Coming from a middle-class family, just like you and I, he is now one of the greatest stock market investors India has ever seen.
I am talking about Rakesh Jhunjhunwala.
He entered the ...
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DILIP K @dilipk
Jun 25 10:24 AM

Ya definitely he is the big bull of Indian markets

Do you know that an average Indian can gift himself a new Apple iPhone 12 Pro (128GB) in just 4 months?
Sounds too good to be true right?
Here are some calculations:
The average hourly wage (pay per hour) in India is ₹180.
115100 (iPhone Price)
÷ 180 (per hour pay)
= 639.4 (ap...
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180 per hour income hai, expense kaha hai....
180 per hour saving honi chahiye tab kahi ye baat sahi banegi

@manish006bhardwaj, the context here is that you are spending time and not money. If you spend Rs.180, you have actually spent 1 hour. As it took you 1 hour to earn that amount.

Ok thanks sir...
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How did I become financially free in my 30s?
I come across this question a lot!
2006 was the year when I started working. And I started investing from my first paycheck.
However, my story goes back to the mid-1990s.
That was the time when I used to listen to my father's convers...
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Helping hand  @bnft
Jun 21 5:25 AM

Please share your journey and good things to learn

Cannot share in detail here but this is the short answer: I started with Mutual Funds investments in 2006 with my first paycheck and gradually moved to stocks. Have been investing regularly since then.
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In my humble opinion, as a society we have been failing to pass on financial literacy to the next generation.
Almost all young professionals make the same mistakes in investing which their seniors, elders, or parents have already made.
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Helping hand  @bnft
Jun 19 6:38 AM

Yes started .. thanks

Now I am 38 already I am starting my investments. Is it late entry ,is there any chance to get success
Anupam Roongta @anupamroongta
Jun 21 10:54 AM

Success is a subjective word. Prepare a complete Financial Plan. Hire a planner. Look at your goals and invest accordingly. Delay in creating this plan may further delay your goal fulfillment.

In my humble opinion, as a society we have been failing to pass on financial literacy to the next generation.
Almost all young professionals make the same mistakes in investing which their seniors. elders, or parents have already made.
And then they realise these mistakes after ...
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Joji @joji-SJ9c65Dg_
Jun 18 1:23 AM

Good morning sir
Is it good Time to enter adani ports

Joji, I cannot do customised advisory as per regulations of my SEBI License. I am a SEBI Registered Research Analyst.
You can look at www.anupamroongta.com/my-portfolio to know the details of our services.
Joji @joji-SJ9c65Dg_
Jun 18 4:55 AM

Ok thank u
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Let me tell you a story today💡
This is a story about two friends, Anish and Manish.
One fine day, they both ran for 10 km.
Anish finished the race in 60 minutes whereas Manish took 90 minutes to cover the same distance.
Who do you think is more agile and healthy?
You will say, "...
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Pal @pal-BJYYKbiXd
Jun 13 9:05 AM

Good one..
GOPI @gopi143150
Jun 13 9:39 AM

Nice narration abt investment

Nicely explain !
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We always talk about retirement planning ? i just want to draw attention to one of the biggest question is our retirement planning dependent on someone else . There are few questions which you ask from your inner self and you will get your exact retirement goal.
1. Did any entre...
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