So a bunch of investors have gone to court to teach “Franklin Templeton” a lesson? Did they approach FT and say “Pay us on the side and we will withdraw”? I do not know, but I know the investors in this country, and the courts just too well, so your guess is as good as […]

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Kangana Ranaut takes it to heart – I mean Nepotism. So just setting something right. Of course, we have nepotism. Which field does not have it? Do I think that I stand the same chance of becoming an executive director in a (so-called) Private sector bank as the son of an ED of RBI? Gimme […]

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I go to various shows and lectures and I am asked “what will happen to the market” or “where will the index go in ….time frame”. Honestly, I do not have any answer to that. To be able to predict the Sensex (or Nifty) one has to be able to predict the price of all […]

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In case you had invested in the 6 funds of Franklin Templeton, you would have received some money from the side pocket of Vodafone bonds. How do you treat this in your tax? Here is what Akhilesh of Mutual Fund Guide, a brilliant Chartered accountant has to say… The amount received by them is nothing […]

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If you do not have 5 minutes to read this article, just take the short cut No, you don’t need the riders. I have taken this title from the original author Aarati Krishnan who published this article yesterday. I do not think you should take any riders in your term insurance plan because not all […]

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By now it is old news that a 34 year old young successful boy-man killed himself in Mumbai. Every year some young person throws himself / herself to death, and there is nothing that we are able to do about it. Welcome to the world of depression – the global epidemic. None of us understand […]

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