When I go around the country doing IFA training what I notice is the dearth of women IFA. We have women fund managers and remember the youngest CEO is also a very inspiring women, but sadly we do not have enough women IFA. We have had a lot of top bankers, CEO of life insurance […]

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There is a big BFSI mafia out there who will not like such a statement. It is in our interest to tell you that you will have to do asset allocation, pick shares, pick funds, read investment literature, go to an adviser, do goal setting,……….phew. When you hear all this it sounds complicated, boring, difficult […]

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The most important thing in investing is Behavior control (ok it is a contrived version of Behavioral Finance). If that is so, all investment management (what the IFA does) should be based on “Goal based Investing” which is the book I co-wrote. I would go to the extent of saying that an IFA should spend […]

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This is one of the longest bull runs – from 2009 to 2019 – from 9000 to 40,400. What happens when there is a long, slow bull run people start believing that equity markets are PPF on a steroid. Sadly for people like me, there seems to be less choice now, than I had earlier. […]

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The best player does not make the best coach. This is because a Kapil Dev or Sachin Tendulkar just cannot understand how you can’t be as committed as they are. There starts the problem. If you have not been trained in counselling, or you have not done client work, or you have not gone out […]

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Women are a big part of the investing population. Obviously. Are advisers doing enough to address them? I am not sure. Women are single, widowed, divorced – which means they are alone and have to manage their own money. Many women know a bit about finance, but almost always refuse to learn the full process. […]

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