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Nifty Timeline - Yearwise its achieving new Peaks

We celebrate Nifty claiming 10000 mark and we see how it has traversed its journey all these years to achieve these heights. Do remember to check Indian decoupling theory here.

Buy a Correct Share & Sit Tight to See Magic of Returns Multiplied

*Compounding is the 8th Wonder*

*10000 invested in EICHER MOTORS* in
1992 - today 80 lacs

*10000 invested in ASIAN PAINTS* in
1986- today 90 lacs

*10000 invested in HDFC in*
1990 - today 1 cr

*10000 invested in BRITANNIA* in
1985 - today 1.06 cr

*10000 invested in MRF in*
1985 - today 1.10cr

*10000 invested in BOSCH* in
1985 - today 1.20 cr

*10000 invested in AMARA RAJA* in
1991 - today 1.25 cr

*10000 invested in SHREE CEMENT* in
1990 - today 2.90 cr

*10000 invested in INFY in*
1993 - today 3 cr

*10000 invested in DR. REDDY in*
1986 - today 10 cr

*10000 invested in WIPRO in*
1981 - today 400+ cr

*Dividend Income Extra*

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How to Get Assured More than 9% from Market in Low Interest Regime?

All must be wondering that where is the magic wand to get more than 9% returns when the fixed rate of return is hovering near 7%.

Well the answer lies in using the NCD route and that too for those NCD which are listed on the market and this provides the added liquidity. We had also earlier covered SREI Infra NCD here.

Some of the popular series of bonds in the secondary market are the 8.49% NTPC N7, the 9% Mahindra Financial Services NCD and the 9.3% Dewan Housing NCD. The NTPC bond maturing in March 2025 trades at Rs 13, giving a yield of 7.9%, while the Mahindra NCD maturing in June 2026, trades at Rs 103.2, giving a yield of 8.41%. Similarly, the Dewan Housing NCD maturing in August 2026, trades at Rs 100.95, giving a yield of 9.14% .

So, now just relax and enjoy high returns.

Can Stocks be Accumulated with Dividend Perspective in Mind?

Always buy stock with a dividend perspective. This can be a good strategy for retired persons or all those looking for regular dividends. In falling interest regime, it is a good strategy to go for stocks which give good dividend yield. Always arrive at the face value of share before looking at dividend in percentage or look at the dividend yield. Have a look at good dividend yield of stocks. Now, do some research and than enter in the stock as past dividend is no guarantee for future dividend payment.

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Difference Between an Average Investor & Rich Investor

We answer below a few differences between an average investor and a rich investor as it can help you understand the difference of mentality and you can know what all you need to undertake action to get into the league of an elite rich class.
 (Avg Investor): My house is my biggest investment. In India we have a penchant of owning the house and thus we need to first off all explore that whether we will be comfortable without a house.
(Rich Investor): A house is a liability. You can see a video where Robert Kiyosaki considers house as a liability.
(Avg Investor): Diversification reduces risk
(Rich Investor): Diversification is de-worsify-cation (Warren Buffett quotes)
(Avg Investor): Stock market is risky
(Rich Investor): Risk comes from not knowing what you are doing
(Avg Investor): Avoid risk
(Rich Investor): Take more control and manage risk
(Avg Investor): Mutual funds are good investments
(Rich Investor): Mutual funds are good investments when you sell them (That is why big companies sell mutual funds)
PS: If you think mutual funds are not risky, try going to a bank and ask for a loan to buy mutual funds, you'll be laughed out.
(Avg Investor): Real estate never comes down (extremely popular in India)
(Rich Investor): All markets go up and down
(Avg Investor): Saving money is good
(Rich Investor): Saving money pays maximum ~8% before tax, inflation is ~10%, so saving money is a guaranteed loss. (Inflation India 2012)
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Which Bank is Offering Lowest Home Loan Rate of Interest?

This is probably first time in India that higher Cibil score is being given importance while granting the home loand and a higher Cibil score can get you a lower rate of interest.

We are talking in reference to Bank of Baroda (BoB) which has slashed home loan rates by 70 basis points to 8.35 per cent. This is applicable for customers having a strong Cibil scores. At 8.35 per cent, the rate is lower than industry leader SBI’s 8.5 per cent offer.

A BoB official said a customer with a Cibil score of 760 and above will be offered the lowest rate of 8.35 per cent. For those with a lower Cibil score rate would be higher, up to 100 basis points.

So, if you have been looking to cash in on your higher Cibil score now is the time to make a switch. Do check the switching cost from the bank. You can check the ways to improve the Cibil score here.

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