Each year, investors from all over the world keenly look out for the annual shareholder letter from the desk of Warren Buffett. 2021 letter is no different and shares gems of financial management. This post contains some selected extracts.
Gamestop share price frenzy attracted a lot of attention with its sharp up & down movement of prices. Countless individuals lost their life savings. This post aims to highlight a few lessons from the saga and how could such events be avoided in future.
Each year Mr. Raamdeo Agrawal conducts multi-month study targeting different themes and presents it to the investor community. This year’s theme was coming up with a set of 25 questions which investors could use to identify good Companies using a bottom of research. This blog post covers the presentation for 2020 and has been compiled from our twitter handle @banyanfa where we tweet frequently on personal finance topics.
We wish you and your loved ones a very Happy and Prosperous Diwali.
2020 has been a roller coaster ride for the entire world. This post summarises what we went through and a wish for a normalised Diwali in 2021. Lets get our 3Fs in order – Fitness, Family and Finances.
Money creates money and compounding magic adds to the wealth creation of a person. However, the first step is to have a decent corpus and is the biggest hurdle. This post discusses how to overcome this hurdle to kick start your journey of becoming a millionaire.
India’s financial markets regulator – SEBI on 11 September 2020 came up with a mandate requiring all Multi-Cap mutual fund schemes to have minimum 25% of their Assets in Mid Cap Companies and 25% in Small Cap Companies.
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Let us give back to the society ! This phrase has a deep meaning and respect for most of the individuals and Corporates, linking it with the Charitable initiatives at all levels. I always strive to help causes which I would like, though most of the time it may be contributing financially to Charities. Often […]