We are in the cowboy stage of financial advisers. Let us say something like the 1970s of the stock exchange or the 1940s of the banking industry! Let me list a few: 1. If you do not understand equity markets stay away: Correct advise only if you are so damn rich that you are not […]

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The kind of personal financial help that you get from professionals leaves a lot to be desired. This is true in US and UK. In India of course you only have sales people – and caveat emptor prevails. You need to know what you are buying. However in countries which are far more law minded […]

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Health insurance, more health diagnostics, more health treatment,….what we are losing out is on health! Now is the same thing happening in the Financial planning space? More financial diagnostic, more data, more analysis, more products, more variety of markets, – who is benefiting? The client who is paying or the client whose cost is going […]

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for those who wish to see me….well here I am giving some gyan….on TV too 🙂   http://www.moneycontrol.com/video/business/financial-advice-to-make-youinformed-investor_636661.html Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.

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Two interesting conversations with two different Independent Financial Advisors was very interesting. It is worth mentioning here! Normally the word cheated or cheating is assumed to be associated with the client being cheated, but in these cases it was the adviser who was cheated. When I started my articles for doing my Chartered Accountancy in […]

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If people think (or know) that you have some connection to the stock markets, they do turn to you with queries. One of the questions that I am asked – for the past 3-4 years has been “Do I need to hand over my money to a Portfolio Manager?” Whether an investor would benefit from […]

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