How to Identify Quality Stocks in a Market Crash
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How to Identify Quality Stocks in a Market Crash

The stock market witnessed one of its biggest falls ever and the carnage is not yet over. Volatility is the name of the game right now and investors should brace themselves for the worse. In times of such uncertainty, an investor has two options; either to panic sell good stocks or stay calm and look at this crash as an opportunity to invest in more quality stocks. However, given the situation all the stocks in market is falling, making it difficult for the investors to differentiate quality stocks from fundamentally weak stock. 

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IPO Application Process: How to Invest in IPO?
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IPO Application Process: How to Invest in IPO?

Before discussing about various details of an IPO, it is important we cover some basics. These basics are prominent for learning about IPO.

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What is the future of E-Commerce in India?
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What is the future of E-Commerce in India?

Since its independence, India is looking to make its mark on the world. With the flourishing R&D sector and the advancement in technology, this job has become easier than ever for India. Now India is becoming the new “Land of Opportunity”. But, do all these advancements hold something for e-commerce industries? In this article we’ll discuss just that, and will look at some of our country’s finest e-commerce companies. E-commerce in India

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Now company formation made easy with SPICe!
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Now company formation made easy with SPICe!

As a young Entrepreneur, when you think about a Startup, you think about a Private limited company. Might be forming your own company seems to be Overwhelming but Finology made it easy. Incorporating your own company gives the Members- Limited Liability Benefit that means it will allow their members full exemptions from business debt & obligations.

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Zomato’s Dilemma: Restaurants or Customers, Who is more important?
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Zomato’s Dilemma: Restaurants or Customers, Who is more important?

Imagine that you buy two tickets for Las Vegas and you need not bear any additional cost for accommodation, for gambling in some of the world’s biggest casinos also you have an option for unlimited shopping then it would be so fun know. 

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Why is Price to Earnings (P/E) Ratio important for Company Analysis?
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Why is Price to Earnings (P/E) Ratio important for Company Analysis?

For any investor, analyzing a company thoroughly is as important as knowing his risk appetite. Price to Earnings ratio of a stock forms an integral part of its valuation matrix and varies across sectors and companies.

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What is the Rule of 72?
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What is the Rule of 72?

In the field of investing, it is imperative to realize the power of compounding. In the process of compounding, the interest when due is added to the original sum, hence modifying the sum for the next compounding period. Consequently, the interest rate is not only applicable on the principal amount but also on the interest accrued.

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 Factors Influence Market Trends
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Factors Influence Market Trends

There is a massive panic surrounded the markets, where Nifty fell from a record high of 12,003 (on June 3) to 10,990 plunging nearly 9% in the span of 2 months, majorly dragged by auto, banking & financials, energy, infra, and metals stocks.  Mid-capsand small caps stocks have gone through a free fall, which is more exhaustive when compared to large caps.  So much is the agony in the mid-cap sector that since January 2018, investors have lost more than ₹28 trillion in all the corrected stocks. The BSE MidCap and the BSE Small-capindices lost 21% and 31%, respectively, since January 2018. More than 1,976 stocks traded on BSE have dropped since January - that’s 86% of all traded stocks. Chances are, if you owned 20 stocks, 17 of them would have suffered losses. One of the reasons for Midcap& Small cap downturn:  

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How to choose right Insurance policy?
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How to choose right Insurance policy?

Choosing a life insurance policy is a great challenge for many individuals as there are many insurance companies offering different plans and to pick the best one out of all is pretty much difficult.

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Why can't RBI print unlimited currency?

There is common doubt in everyone’s mind that why can't RBI print unlimited currency and distribute to its citizens. To get this clear

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Wipro Limited
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Wipro Limited

Wipro is the fourth largest Indian player in the global IT services outsourcing industry in terms of revenue, after Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys Limited (Infosys) and HCL Technologies Limited.

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Sector funds
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Sector funds

These are equity mutual funds that give you access to a very small part of the overall market; they majorly invest in a particular type of business, industry or a sector of the economy. It can be any sector such as the Education sector, Automobile sector, Health care sector, IT sector, FMCG sector, etc.

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Investing in turnaround stocks
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Investing in turnaround stocks

Every business, whether it is big or small, follows a business cycle consisting of growth, maturity, and decline phases. The company in the growth phase performs well, which makes it stock prices higher, whereas the company in decline phase always have stocks dipping down in price. So, when a company reaches the decline phase, then, there are just two chances- either it will become bankrupt or it will turnaround itself and bounce back. The turnaround shares refer to those companies which are underperforming currently but are expected to rebound. Smart analysis of such stocks that are near the bottom can fetch ample gains to investors if they bounce. Such stocks are usually not preferred by the stock market for some reason or the other.

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Sukanya Samridhi Yojana
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Sukanya Samridhi Yojana

Sukanya Samridhi Yojana (SSY) is a government scheme that was introduced by the finance ministry and launched by our honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 22nd January 2015 in Panipat, Haryana. The scheme is targeted at the parents of a girl child and has been launched to promote the welfare of the girl child.

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Sovereign Gold Bond Scheme: Benefits and Features
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Sovereign Gold Bond Scheme: Benefits and Features

Sovereign Gold Bond is an initiative by the Government of India that was started in November 2015. It is a scheme that was started under the Gold Monetization initiative by the government. The sovereign gold bonds are an excellent substitute for investment in the real physical gold. RBI issues these bonds on behalf of the government of India. There are plenty of advantages you get by investing in this scheme.

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What is PF and PPF?
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What is PF and PPF?

Provident Fund (PF) is a savings scheme started by the government of India for retired salaried people of India. As per the part of this scheme, a group of people comes together to invest money in an account which is later given back to the individual when he retires.

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What is algo trading?
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What is algo trading?

Algo trading is algorithmic or automated trading, which refers o automated trading done by a computer without any human interference. Imagine! How much science and technology have progressed that even trading can happen using computers. Algo trading is free of any human emotional or impulsive bias for buying and selling shares. Algo trading is usually used for High-frequency trading (HFT), where multiple orders are placed across varied markets by giving pre-programmed instructions. Using Algo trading, the market reach gets expanded, and the possibility of earning profit increases manyfold.

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Exchange Traded Fund
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Exchange Traded Fund

ETFs are mutual funds which are listed and traded on stock exchanges like shares. ETFs are listed on a recognized exchange and their units can be bought and sold directly on the exchange through a stockbroker during the trading hours.

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