Interesting read: How a 31-year-old hacked his way to become a millionaire! Breaking down ALL the money goals into daily goals. (CNBC)

 

Nice read – The age of informational arbitrage is over. It’s all behavioural now! (@shyamsek)

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The capital market regulator, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), is mulling a review of performance benchmark index for mutual fund schemes, according to the sources in the industry.Total Returns Index to do justice to all schemes. (MoneyControl)

 

Looking for the best ELSS tax saving schemes, this means that you have already made your choice to invest in ELSS for saving taxes under income tax section 80C this year. Here is the ELSS Mutual Fund portfolio for the year 2017. (Groww)

 

5 Traits needed to be a successful value investor (Guru)

  • Patience
  • Experience
  • Conviction
  • Contrarianism
  • Be willing to take a loss

 

Life will happen. Plans will change. The unexpected will occur. We need to adapt.Doing nothing is not a financial plan. (behaviorgap)

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The Top 10 Biases of Emotional Investing. Emotions aren’t always your friend when it comes to investing. In fact, they can lead to trouble in some very specific ways…(TS)

 

You can have good companies become bad investments if they trade at too high a price and vice versa.The below image summarizes on all such behaviors of a company. (aswathdamodaran)

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Mrinal Singh, Deputy CIO – Equity at ICICI Prudential AMC, shares his thoughts on investing philosophy. (morningstar)

 

Saving is the prerequisite for investing.Having more control over your time and options is becoming one of the most valuable currencies in the world.That’s why more people can, and more people should save money. (collaborativefund)

 

Nassim Taleb defines Antifragile and its implications.“Complex systems are weakened, even killed, when deprived of stressors.”  (FarnamStreet)

 

When everyone believes something is risky, their unwillingness to buy usually reduces the price to the point where it’s not risky – Howard Marks

 

Howards Marks speaks on Cycles and Valuation on the Radio. Marks, perhaps best known for his Chairman’s Memos, formed Oaktree Capital with his partners in 1995, investing in high-yield bonds, distressed debt, and private equity. (Bloomberg)

 

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