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Hello Dear Readers! The announcement declaring Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes illegal — demonetisation — has left everybody short of cash, except for the banks, who have taken advantage of inflowing funds to reduce interest rates that were anyway headed lower. Our cover story package tackles both events: demonetisation’s impact on sectors (and by extension, your stock holdings), and where you can invest for better returns. Besides, we have pieces on asset selection, investing for children and housing finance tips. On the global front, we look at how Trump came to triumph and why this may even be a good thing for the world. Have something to say? We’d love to hear from you. Send your feedback to editor@thefinapolis.com

In Search of Higher Returns Amid Falling Rates

As Bank Deposit Rates Fall, Even Conservative Investors Are Switching Assets. Where Can They Go? 

In Search of Higher Returns Amid Falling Rates

5 mins

Select the Right Asset Class for Your Needs

This is a typical missed opportunity incident of Alok Kumar (name changed) who is 55 year old, working for a private organisation, married (wife is a home maker) and has two daughters, both studying in college. He stays in his own apartment for which he is paying regular EMIs that would last another two years.

Select the Right Asset Class for Your Needs

3 mins

National Savings Certificates Help as Interest Rates Fall

National Savings Certificates (NSCs) have been among the most popular tax-saving options for ages. In spite of the advent of market-linked investment products such as equity-linked savings schemes (ELSS), the certificates have retained their charm for certain sections of society. In this column, let us discuss the various facets of this special instrument of investment.

National Savings Certificates Help as Interest Rates Fall

3 mins

What Drives Us to Invest?

I had made the journey from economics to finance. As part of Keynesian economics, we were taught about the three motives to hold money: the transactions motive, the precautionary motive and the speculative motive; all through my teaching career that remained part of my Keynesian economics. But two decades, later when I immersed myself into the world of investment, I had to develop my own tools to understand the new discipline and make my investors understand the working of their own minds. One night as lay turning on my back, poring over the day’s happenings, suddenly I made a strong connection between what I had studied years back and the problem I was grappling with now: the motives.

What Drives Us to Invest?

4 mins

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The Finapolis Magazine Description:

PublisherKarvy Stock Broking Limited

CategoryInvestment

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

The Finapolis is a premium Indian personal finance monthly magazine. It offers highly credible, actionable investment advice. The Finapolis' stock market research capabilities are unmatched. Besides the capital markets, we cover issues related to the entire spectrum of financial instruments such as mutual funds, insurance, commodities and real estate. The analysis is succinct and the design easy on the eye. The Finapolis combines impeccable research and high-quality journalism to decode complex world of investments and finance every month.

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