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[Vinod Pottayil] What Every Indian Should Know Before Investing [epic Book] Kindle ePUB

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The personal investing space includes many investment options From Fixed Deposits to PPF to Real Estate Gold Mutual Funds Stocks and Understanding each of these investment options can be a challenge to the new investor This book aims to explain all A great overview of several investment options in the Indian context It s probably a little too basic for someone who has a decent portfolio but it s a uick and easy read and has several little insights definitely recommend if you re a beginner

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Topics that will ensure that the reader has a holistic view of investing This new edition has a chapter on Essential Formulas that will help investors manage their personal finances better All topics are explained in a simple easy to understand mann Must read for beginners4 stars are only for beginnersThose already having good knowledge of investment may not find it helpfulHave a look at 45 sec short review video

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The popular investment options in detail along with their advantages disadvantages taxation etc Along with investment options this book also has chapters on Life Insurance Health Insurance Writing a Will Making a Financial Plan and Investment Terms Good book for beginners it covers right from basics to formulas you can use in excel to populate your returns amount or rate tax impact and pitfalls of a certain financial product Removing one star for below mentioned1 Book does not offer stats that could be very useful like average stock market return rate Adding them in chapters like Mutual Funds Fixed Deposits helps reader understand the volatility of market and how it evolved over the time or inherent fluctuations 2 If author could share or provide impact of 2008 financial crisis on financial products he discussed in book helps us understand how susceptible certain products are to market conditions3 I believe author Vinod Pottayil strongly suggests to go for Mutual Funds that are actively managed which may or may not offer better returns than passively managed mutual fund Before reading this book I read I Will Teach You to Be Rich No Guilt No Excuses No BS Just a 6 Week Program That Works on page 206 it covers section on Active Vs Passive Management and Ramit walked through some stats that point out in the long run passive might be probable winner Now before everyone rushes to comment that it was for US based economy I would like to point out that I am just suggesting author could back it up with BSENSE funds statistics helping readers make informed decision


10 thoughts on “What Every Indian Should Know Before Investing

  1. says:

    The investment advice book covers different aspects of investing and is relevant mainly for salaried people and those who are well connected especially those without many savings It does not cover the endless atrocities of the shameless fraud extremely corrupt NTRO CBI security agencies freelancing for large corporates who steal the savings of vulnerable indian citizens especially single women engineers from top colleges withou

  2. says:

    A great overview of several investment options in the Indian context It's probably a little too basic for someone who has a decent portfolio but it's a uick and easy read and has several little insights; definitely recommend if you're a beginn

  3. says:

    A must read for anyone just out of college living in India This book about the very basics of Investing will act as the first stepping stone towards financial literacy The book discusses all the popular investment options available

  4. says:

    Crisp and concise narration of peculiarities bothering a naive Indian professional is addressed well Though not universally comprehensive it provides platform for people who are exploring investment options

  5. says:

    Good book for beginners; it covers right from basics to formulas you can use in excel to populate your returns amount or rate; tax impact and pitfalls of a certain financial product Removing one star for below mentioned1 Book does not offer stats that could be very useful like average stock market return rate Adding them in chapters like Mutual Funds Fixed Deposits helps reader understand the volatility of market and ho

  6. says:

    The book provides comprehensive coverage of the investment options available in India followed by chapters devoted to a systematic approach to investing Some timeless aspects independent of the investing options are also covered in the book such as sensible financial goals depending on which age gap you are in Subtleties to keep an eye out for while investing in India for eg the fact that the dollar conversion rate might affect your invest

  7. says:

    This is the best Indian version of Investment for dummies

  8. says:

    Must read for beginners4 stars are only for beginnersThose already having good knowledge of investment may not find it helpfulHave a look at 45 sec short review video

  9. says:

    This is a book with every option of investing From stocksreal estategoldgovernment bonds etc you will get to know everything

  10. says:

    A very good guide for beginners to understand different financial instruments like FD PPF Euities with their Tax Impacts Highly recommended

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