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Welcome to "rakshithpai•com" newsletter - Issue #11

Welcome to "rakshithpai•com" newsletter - Issue #11
By Rakshith Pai M • Issue #11 • View online
Hello Everyone,
I’m Rakshith Pai and this is my 11th issue of the newsletter.
Here you get access to this week’s Website articles & YouTube videos as uploaded, directly to your inbox!
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Here are my weekly Website articles:
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I) It’s a known fact that the Stock Market is a bit shaky! But, What to do when the best asset class is expected to give reduced returns?
You Invest in Gold! Yes, you heard it right.
Some believe that gold has no intrinsic worth; it is a barbarous relic that no longer possesses the monetary properties of the past. They argue that in today’s economic context, paper currency is the preferred medium of exchange and that gold’s primary value is as a raw element for jewelry.
Forget about gold and paper money. Some even believe that it’s the era of cryptocurrencies! Blockchain-based cryptocurrencies are the future and gold is a talk of the past is what many Millenials (Gen Y) and Gen Zs are thinking. 
For more info, Check: “Best Ways to Invest in Gold?
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II) Before Investing in Gold, you must understand the relationship between Stock Market & Gold Investing:
There is a well-established relationship between gold prices and the stock market. Gold prices tend to go down while stock market values tend to go up. If anything, just what does that mean?
Gold’s value tends to decline in tandem with the stock market’s performance, and vice versa. Then why should they put their money into gold? Why does this occur?
For more info, Check: “Inverse Relation Between Gold & Equity
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III) Each asset class has its own set of importance. So, understand where you stand financially and invest accordingly. Here are my Investing tips in your 20s:
The 20s is considered a time to grow knowledge and be established with all your initial funds, so start with it. Concentrate on saving capital. Use the saved capital to invest in long-term growth. Later, such Investment comes as a natural source of earning for any venture that is run for a long period of time. 
It’s a popular thing to invest in during your 20s – and that’s the right decision to make. According to financial experts, investing in your 20s is the right decision because when you’re young, you get to experience the power of compounding in a real sense. Especially the case if your earning potential is higher and you stay invested till your later years. 
For more info, Check: “Investing in your 20’s
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IV) Investing early on is extremely important. Understand why it is by knowing the importance of “Time Value of Money”.
The notion of the time value of money (TVM) is essential to the study of finance because it describes the dynamic relationship between monetary value and the passage of time. It explains why cash now is worth more than it will be in the future. Income potential is used to determine the present and future value of a sum of money.
For more info, Check: “Understanding Time Value of Money (TVM)
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V) Who Better to teach us about the Importance of Investing than Mr.Buffett? So, here are his top Five (5) Investing Principles:
American business tycoon, investor, and philanthropist Warren Edward Buffett (born August 30, 1930) is an American business tycoon, investor, and philanthropist. Currently, he serves as both chairman and chief executive officer of Berkshire Hathaway. As of July 2022, his net worth was over $100 billion, making him one of the top 10 wealthiest people in the world and one of the most successful investors in the world.
Omaha, Nebraska is where Buffett’s life began. He attended the University of Nebraska, from which he graduated at the young age of 19, after initially enrolling at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He went on to earn an MBA from Columbia University, where the teachings of Benjamin Graham’s value investing theory formed the basis of his own. 
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Here are my weekly YouTube videos:
  1. Prashant Jain Sir’s Investment Philosophy. What Retail Investors Can Learn From Him?
  2. What is FDI? Foreign Direct Investment’s impact on the Economy?
  3. Global Recession & its Impact on the Stock Market! 
  4. Yield Curve Inversions. What does it Mean? 
  5. What Do You Know About The Lipstick Effect?
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