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Investments Lessons From Ashtavinayak
Wednesday, September 12, 2018 | Category : Investments | 3 Comments
This Ganeshotsav, we at Sushil Finance are exploring the financial messages that can be picked up from the Ashtavinayak Yatra, which signifies the 8 temples located in Maharashtra, each with its unique Ganesh idol and story. According to Shastra, first you have to visit Moreshwar of Moregaon.
Then visit Siddhatek, Pali, Mahad, Thevur, Lenyandri, Ozar, Ranjangaon, and then again Moregaon will end your Ashtavinayak Yatra. No human created these murtis, they were found completely formed by nature; just like the natural existence of the basic financial responsibilities and decisions one must fulfill to come full circle in the Yatra of Life.
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Ultra short term funds - Smart Savings Account
Thursday, August 02, 2018 | Category : Personal Finance | 5 Comments
Why Ultra Short Term fund?
Ultra short-term funds invest only in fixed-income instruments with very short-term maturities. It helps investors avoid interest rate risks, yet they are riskier but also offer better returns than most money market instruments. This investing strategy tends to offer higher yields than money market instruments, with less price fluctuations than a typical short-term fund.

If investment made in lump sum amount in an equity fund, it is better instead of putting everything in the equity fund at one time, money can be invested in an ultra short-term fund (of the same fund house or other fund house through SWP) and then give instructions to switch a regular sum every month to your equity fund also for systematic transfer plans (STPs).
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Rolling return vs. Trailing return
Tuesday, July 10, 2018 | Category : Mutual fund | 3 Comments
Rolling return vs. Trailing return
Not every investor buys a mutual fund on the very 1st day of a year and holds for exactly till the end of the year or for fixed 3-5 year duration. Investors buy and sell at any given day throughout any given year.

Trailing returns are the most basic and widely-used measure of a funds historical performance. They measure total returns over standardised time periods, usually with a recent ending date, making them easy to understand and readily comparable with a relevant index or peer group.

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ULIP vs. MF – A Comparative Analysis
Monday, May 28, 2018 | Category : Investments | 1 Comments
A Unit Linked Insurance Plan (ULIP) is a life insurance product that offers the investment option along with a life cover.

ULIP = Insurance (Life Insurance) + Investment (Mutual Funds)
It is a market linked product and the risks associated with the investment are to be borne by the policyholder. Investor can also choose a life cover as per the specific needs.

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NPS - Your best bet if aiming for high returns with built in safety and tax benefits
Monday, December 04, 2017 | Category : Investments | 5 Comments
National Pension Scheme (NPS) is a retirement savings account wherein the subscriber contributes for getting the benefit in his post retirement period. Hence it is akin to a Provident Fund or any other Pension or a superannuation fund created for this specific purpose.

Whereas as the objective of any Investment plan is to earn maximum returns and equity can provide an edge in this regard, such savings need to be protected mainly due to its actual purpose, that of providing support in one’s old age. It needs to be handled with a certain amount of caution.

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What you should do for Mahurat Trading!
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 | Category : Personal Finance | 4 Comments
Many investors would have received our Mahurat Picks – which is a list of stocks recommended from Mahurat year to another one. Fundamentally speaking, there is no correlation between a business and the mahurat so what is good for a Mahurat trading day is also good or bad for investment on any other day. However, Mahurat has a strong socio-psychological significance.
The emotional aspect about mahurat trading is far stronger than anything else and this is what makes it exciting and unique. We at Sushil Finance were one of the first brokers to actually come out with a list of Mahurat stocks way back in 1990s and still continue the tradition, which is followed by many.

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10 investment tenets of Dussera
Friday, September 29, 2017 | Category : Personal Finance | 2 Comments
Ravana was son of Sage Vishravan and Asura mother Kaikashi. He was king of lanka and is worshipped as god in most part of India, Sri lanka and Bali. Ravana had great admiration for and was a devotee of lord Shiva.

He was highly learned Brahmin with over dozen of text to his credit, making him great scholar and most intelligent men of his time. However, he is also known as supreme anti- hero in Ramayana, having 10 heads and 20 arms.
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5 Financial Mantras by Lord Ganesha
Thursday, August 24, 2017 | Category : Investments | 2 Comments
Lord Ganesha, is the most loved and worshiped for his strong qualities. We all know the story of the Lord who is also now with great love and affection called the ‘Raja’. He was extremely committed to his mother’s instructions and accidently that led him to confront his father Lord Shiva, who then beheaded him without knowing that he was son of Parvati. It was then that his head was replaced by that of an elephant which gives Lord Ganesh strong character and peculiarity with a deep spiritual significance. Lord Ganesha is known as the god of wisdom, remover of obstacles, symbol of happiness, master of knowledge.. He is one of the most worshipped idol and is known to fix all the troubles of a true worshipper. Lord Ganesha is also worshiped to bless with wealth and financial wellness. Let us look at financial mantras taught by “The Raja” himself : -
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SIP Table - Systematic Investment Plan
Thursday, August 17, 2017 | Category : Mutual Funds | 2 Comments
Trading in commodities
As the time of investment increases the gap between Total Investment and End Value increases.

That is the power of compounding, work better over long time!

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Five Questions to Ask Before You Invest in an IPO
Thursday, August 10, 2017 | Category : IPO | 0 Comments
Invest in an IPO
With the IPO mania increasing day by day there will be at some point of time that you will make up your mind to invest in an IPO. Your broker or Financial Advisor would have sent you updates for investing in IPOs along with IPO forms. We also have been recommending IPOs as due to liquidity that is where the money is made easily. However, before deciding to invest in IPOs it will really help you if you ask the following 5 questions about the company.

1. Who gets the money?
The whole point of an IPO is to raise money. But who gets the cash? Sometimes its the founding shareholders, who are usually management. If these insiders are selling, what does it say about the companys prospects? Nothing good. However, the founding shareholders of a company may be looking to take some cash off the table after spending their time and money building the business. They may want to diversify their assets – or maybe buy an airplane for themselves. However, its much more encouraging if the proceeds are used for the companys further development and expansion. And in any case, the founding shareholders should hold on to a significant stake so that they still have skin in the game.
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