Investment & Analysis


STOCK MARKET CORRECTION DEFINITION For investors, stock market corrections—a significant drop of at least 10% in the major market indices—are an inescapable part of life. In actuality, one takes place on average once every two years. We went through one of the fastest and deepest corrections in history at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. The...
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Best investment plans for 2023

With 2021 around the corner, it’s time for smart investors to start thinking about how to make the most of their money in 2023. This is a great time to map your financial plans for the coming year and beyond. By investing now, you can ensure that your money will remain safe and sound while...
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US Investors divided over Stock market Before the Fed’s meet

The central bank’s decision on an interest rate hike will be keenly watched by professional and retail investors this week when the Federal Reserve meets on December 14. This year many did not make the rate calls, and a  survey by MLIV Pulse saw   37% of retail investors feel owning US sticks is the best...
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Who really benefits from fractional real estate investing?

Regarding real estate investing, fractional ownership has become a popular option in recent years. But who benefits from this type of investment? Let’s delve into the pros and cons of fractional real estate investing. From lower costs to greater flexibility, there are many potential benefits for both investors and property owners. However, there are also...
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Dow Jones Futures Right Now

Dow Jones futures indicate a higher open on Wednesday as investors remain optimistic about the prospects for more stimulus from the incoming Biden administration. Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average were up 0.2%, while those for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 were both slightly positive. What are Dow Jones futures? Dow Jones futures...
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Hindsight Bias in Behavioral Finance

Hindsight bias is a well-documented phenomenon in which people overestimate their ability to predict an outcome that could not have been predicted. This bias has influenced various decision-making domains, including financial decision-making. In this article, we’ll explore hindsight bias’s role in behavioral finance and discuss some of the implications for investors. What is Hindsight Bias?...
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LEAPS Options: What They Are and When to Use Them

LEAPS options are a type of derivative that traders can use to hedge their risks. This article will discuss what LEAPS options are and when you might want to use them. What are LEAPS, and how do they work? LEAPS options are Long-Term Equity Anticipation Securities, which allow investors to buy securities with a longer-term...
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Should You Invest In Foreign Equities?

The financial equivalent of placing all your nest eggs in one basket is kind of an overemphasis on investments in a single country. Exposure to foreign equities investments can have many benefits for investors. At first glance, while the asset for international equities in India has been somewhat inconsequential compared to their domestic peers, they...
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Types of Investing Philosophy

Whenever we hear or come across the term ‘philosophy,’ we often imagine heavy topics such as the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence. However, have we ever thought that certain philosophies could also govern the realm of financial investments?  Well, it might sound surprising, but even in finance, investments are often made following a...
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National Agricultural Insurance Scheme (NAIS)- An Overview

The National Agricultural Insurance Scheme (NAIS) is an Indian Government-sponsored crop insurance program launched in 1999-2000. The scheme provides financial support to farmers in the event of crop loss due to natural calamities, pests, and diseases. What is the National Agricultural Insurance Scheme? The National Agricultural Insurance Scheme (NAIS) is a government-sponsored insurance program that...
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