I’m Rakshith Pai and this is my 13th issue of the newsletter.
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Before we start,
On the 14th of August, we lost one of India’s Best Trader and Long term Investor Shri Rakesh Jhunjhunwala. He was a mentor to all of us newcomers.
With his words, Rakesh Ji inspired us and gave us the much-required Optimism. He was truly the big bull of all!
I’ll definitely miss Rakesh Ji.
Gone too soon…
My heartfelt condolences go out to the Rakesh Ji family who have to share the burden of this great loss.
Here are my weekly Website articles:
I) Budgeting & It’s Importance:
Making a strategy for how you’ll spend your money is what budgeting is all about. A budget is a name given to this spending plan.
Determine in advance if you’ll have enough money to do the things that you need or would like to do by creating this spending plan.
II) 10 Steps in Your 20s To Become Wealthy by 30s:
Investing in the long term is one of the best strategies to ensure your financial security in the future. Over the past few years, it may have been tempting to abandon a long-term strategy in favor of a short-term one.
It’s more vital than ever to focus on long-term investments and stick to your game plan in light of the market’s high valuations.
III) Modern Portfolio Theory & Investment Analysis:
With the Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT), investors may construct asset portfolios that optimize anticipated returns while maintaining a specified level of volatility.
Investor Theory says that investors are afraid of taking risks and will always choose the portfolio with the least risk for the same amount of predicted return.
IV) The 50/30/20 Rule of Budgeting. Its Features & Importance Explained:
The 50/30/20 budgeting rule is a simple guideline for allocating funds among necessities, luxuries, and long-term goals. It’s not a strict law, but it may serve as a general rule of thumb when it comes to creating a budget.
It’s a budgeting strategy that emphasizes saving over spending. A good budget may help you figure out how much money you should be spending and on what kinds of things. If you’re looking to improve your financial health and stability, the 50/30/20 rule might be a useful tool.
V) Small-Cap Investing: Features, Advantages & Disadvantages Explained:
When referring to publicly listed companies, “small-cap” refers to those with a market value of between a few hundred crores and about Rs. 10,000 crores. In this context, “cap” means a company’s full market value.
Brokerages and market analysts may use different criteria when deciding how to classify firms as a small, mid, or big cap. This is a particular category on the stock exchange, and its value shifts as the company’s stock does. The remaining number of shares in a firm is what is meant by “market valuation.”
Here are my weekly YouTube videos:
- Is WazirX getting Shut Down!!? What Must Investors Do? Is Our Money Safe?
- Where Is Mr.Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Investing? Big Bulls Top Sectors to Invest in!
- RBI Going Strict Against FinTech? Watch this If you Own Credit Card & BNPL Debt!
- Is Life Insurance Worth Subscribing? Do I Need Life Insurance? Better Alternate?
- What is the 50/30/20 Rule of Budgeting? How to Budget, Save & Make Money?
- What is Multi-Bagger? How to Invest in a Multi-Bagger Company? What to SEEK in the Market?
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