Outlook Money - May 2015
Family Finance: A plan for the Mukherjees for marital and financial bliss
Smart Money: How loyalty points are overtaking cash-back benefits on card spends
In our other sections read about our fund pick, stock picks, Around Mount Kailash, app-based banking, How interns are making money and facts on financial concerns of Indians
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PSU banks closure
Starting this new financial year, all public sector banks will remain shut every second and fourth Saturday. That said, banks will function for the usual business hours on the other Saturdays. An agreement to this effect was reached after the conclusion of 10th Bipartite Wage Negotiations between In...
Standing the test of time
A comeback of sorts in recent times reinforces the case to invest in India’s biggest equity fund Two decades and four market cycles later, HDFC Equity stands as India’s biggest equity fund. The reason it has stood the test of time lies in its consistent returns, which have built wealth f...
Real with REITs
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) could just be the right way to investing in property, finally opening new vistas for investors It is common to come across Indians with all their investments predominantly in a single asset class just the way the Shirodkars featured in the ‘My Plan’ ...
Real estate fixation
Money in fixed return instruments and real estate though safe, leaves little room for long-term wealth creation Like scores of Indians, Mumbai-based Sanjay V. Shirodkar, 47, is a die-hard believer in real estate and swears by investments in fixed return instruments. It’s a different matter tho...
The stock market seems a bit tepid, and, for good reasons. But that’s just a passing phase and investors need to remain patient The stock market is moving, but it is not on fire. Unlike the run up to Budget 2015, when the market witnessed loads of action, the bourses have been rather subdued. ...