Made in India portfolio: 7 sectors to benefit the most from 3 years of Modi govt policies

Made in India portfolio: 7 sectors to benefit the most from 3 years of Modi govt policies

D-Street has already given a thumbs-up to the Modi govt and expects it retain power in 2019 polls. The S&P BSE Sensex rose 26 percent while Nifty rallied over 30 percent as Modi-led government completes three years in office today. Narendra Modi was sworn in as India’s 15th Prime Minster on May 26, 2014. D-Street which has already given a thumbs-up to the Modi government expects it to return to power in the year 2019. The policies implemented by the government in the last three years has far reaching impact…

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Anxious about the Appraisal? – Stay prepared for a poor pay hike.

Anxious about the Appraisal? – Stay prepared for a poor pay hike.

It cannot be denied that the Appraisal season brings with it uneasiness and anxiety. This year around macro and micro economic changes has the staffing and hiring managers expect poor or no hike for employees. This sentiment is prevalent across the IT, Telecom, real-estate and start-ups as reported in the Economic Times Wealth, February 2017. If you are wondering about the relation these macro and micro economic factors have on your performance, then that’s a question no business leader would be able to answer. However, employers always try to retain…

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Fact sheet: Key tool for investors

Fact sheet: Key tool for investors

Understanding information in this document correctly can make you proficient mutual fund investor By Anil Rego If you have questions about a mutual fund scheme that you own or plan to purchase, one source that you can turn to for reliable information is its fact sheet. This document contains a wealth of information and insights. Reputed fund houses provide more information in this document than is legally mandated. By reading it carefully, an investor can glean useful insights about a fund’s past performance, the level of risk it carries, and so…

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Budget 2017: 10 money moves you should make before Budget

Budget 2017: 10 money moves you should make before Budget

Personal finance advisors say sticking to a long-term plan based on goals would be the best way to deal with the uncertainty surrounding the Budget.  The run-up to the budget is filled with expectations and speculations on what is likely to be announced by the Finance Minister on D-day. There are news of possible Income tax changes, changes in saving schemes, possible tweaking of the retirement savings landscape and changes in tax treatment of capital market related investments. But only few in the inner circles of the government know the…

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Markets saw THREE YEARS OF THE MODI RALLY – How much did you make?

Markets saw THREE YEARS OF THE MODI RALLY – How much did you make?

Narendra Modi’s annointment as the PM candidate in September 2013 led the markets to a bull run that has added 9,000 points to the Sensex in three years. Here’s how the different segments and sectors performed. Three years ago, the markets were in a comatose state due to policy paralysis and worsening macro economic fundamentals. The Sensex was struggling below 20,000 and the Nifty at 5,800 levels. The mood changed after Narendra Modi was named the prime ministerial candidate by the BJP on 13 September 2013. In the following weeks,…

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Seventh Pay Commission: How Employees Can Invest Rs 1 Lakh Crore Bonanza

Seventh Pay Commission: How Employees Can Invest Rs 1 Lakh Crore Bonanza

Investment recommendations for the beneficiaries of Seventh Pay Commission announcement In a big bonanza for 1 crore government employees and pensioners, the Union Cabinet today approved the Seventh Pay Commission’s recommendations. Effective January 1, government staff salaries will go up 23.5 per cent. The Seventh Pay Commission’s recommendations also influence wages of employees of state-owned firms, local bodies and 29 states. Including pensioners, analysts say that 3 crore people will be directly impacted by the Pay Commission’s recommendations. So if you are among the beneficiaries, have you decided where you…

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