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Do’s and Don’ts in the Stock Market

The author is Ramalingam K, an MBA (Finance) and Certified Financial Planner. He isthe Founder and Director of Holistic Investment Planners (www.holisticinvestment.in) a firm that offers Financial Planning and Wealth Management. He can be reached at ramalingam@holisticinvestment.in.
Let’s introduce do’s and don’ts of investing:
Most of us have our own perception of investment based on our experiences, but also tend to be confused with the opinions given by others. Knowing the do’s and don’ts of the stock market would help us turn really as a smart investor.
The do’s and don’ts in the stock market are:
slow, steady, and boring wins the race:
It is best not to panic over information about stocks on the media. Being slow and steady with looking at the activities that your money is to be used for would ensure that you invest in ventures that are good, useful and profitable.
Reading good books on personal finance will help you in taking right financial and investment decision. In addition, fi…

Life after IMS

Well, it is Sunday , i have opened my office laptop, for the first time to write something that is not a Parabolic's IP. It has much to do with me and my own instincts. Somewhere in the business world, i forgot that there's an other side of me as well, something that used to give me satisfaction and enough space to explore myself. yeah ,  i am talking about the blogging. Though i have been texting much, but never felt like narrating the stories that i have been irritating readers with in the earlier days.

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