Why Do Companies Go Public: Merits and Demerits
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Why Do Companies Go Public: Merits and Demerits

Suppose you have started a company with a few of your friends as the shareholders. The profit and loss of the company are shared among all these shareholders. As the company continues to grow and has bigger growth potential, any company’s founder would wish to expand its business even bigger, enter new markets, invest in a major R&D idea, product diversification, amalgamation and acquisition, etc. To achieve these greater goals, the company will require a huge capital investment.

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Things To Look For Before Investing In An IPO
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Things To Look For Before Investing In An IPO

Investment is one of the most important decisions for an individual that can help them achieve their financial goals. Making the right investment decision has the potential to increase individual wealth. And because of this, it so happens that people often end up making investment decisions without knowing the risks associated with that investment.

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Cash Flow Statement: Understanding all the elements
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Cash Flow Statement: Understanding all the elements

At the end of the month, individuals evaluate their monthly expenditures to reflect on their financial status. This statement of their expenditures tells them how much cash in hand they have for a specific period, and accordingly will help in making their future spending decisions within their budget.

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Understanding CRR and SLR: RBI
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Understanding CRR and SLR: RBI's monetary policy instruments

For banks, profits are created by lending and investing. In pursuit of this goal, banks could lend considerable amounts to earn higher profits and thus possess less liquid cash with them. Banks are also responsible for the influx of money in the economy as the amount of credits they lend, and the amount that gets deposited with them affects the money supply in the economy.

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Quantitative and Qualitative Instruments of Monetary Policy
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Quantitative and Qualitative Instruments of Monetary Policy

The implementation of RBI's Quantitative and Qualitative (Called as Monetary Policy) instruments plays an important role in the development of the country. If the required money supply for the economy is not available in the market, it leads to a decline in investment in the economy. On the other hand, if the money supply in the economy is more than what is required, then the poor section of the economy will suffer because the price of essential commodities will rise.

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FIIs reduce stake consistently in 40 large-caps in 2020
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FIIs reduce stake consistently in 40 large-caps in 2020

India has been the favourite investment destination for FIIs emerging markets, and FIIs has been the net buyers of domestic equities. Since 2012, banks have remained the investment choice for FIIs. "In the last eight years, FIIs favourite sector was banking, financials, oil & gas, and capital products. within the last 3 years, insurance as a sector got the eye of FIIs and attracted important flows,"

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What does Bond Yield say about the Economy?
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What does Bond Yield say about the Economy?

The government of India has been announcing many welfare programs for various sectors of the economy to offer all possible help to its citizens. To implement these schemes, it naturally requires a huge amount of funds. 

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Floating Rate Savings Bonds (FRSB)
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Floating Rate Savings Bonds (FRSB)

Risk is usually the first thing that comes to mind when someone talks about investments. Most young investors are always up for taking risks in their investment with the objective of earning higher returns. However, there are also some investors who are risk-averse and are afraid to take risks in their investments. 

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What are Convertible Bonds?
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What are Convertible Bonds?

People who have been active in the stock market industry must have heard about convertible bonds. However, quite often, people tend to get confused about whether these bonds are just bonds or equity. To answer this question, convertible bonds act as both bonds and equity but not at the same time.

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All You Need To Know About Corporate Bonds
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All You Need To Know About Corporate Bonds

A company would need to raise fresh capital for many different reasons like starting a new project, expansion, creating a new product line and many such reasons. However, raising capital is a difficult task. 

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Types of Bonds available in India
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Types of Bonds available in India

Saving money without having financial goals or aiming for additional returns is usually considered as a waste in today’s times. As a result, people often save to invest and invest to save. 

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What are Bonds?
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What are Bonds?

Whenever someone talks about savings and earning additional money, FD (Fixed Deposit) is the term that generally first comes to mind as it is safe and offers a 6-7% interest rate on the amount after the maturity period. To make some additional money, people also lend money to others in exchange for interest rates on the lent amount. 

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Highest Dividend Paying Stocks: All you need to Know
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Highest Dividend Paying Stocks: All you need to Know

All investors invest to make money in the stock market, with the rule of capital appreciation or in other words, investors often use the "Buy Low and Sell High" technique. 

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Everything you need to know about ELSS Mutual Funds
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Everything you need to know about ELSS Mutual Funds

As a new investor in the market, it can become very hectic to find a long-term scheme that can generate wealth, give regular returns, with lower risk, and save taxes, all at the same time. There are various schemes in the market that offer regular returns; however, they are taxed accordingly.

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SEBI’s New Margin System for Non-F&O Stocks
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SEBI’s New Margin System for Non-F&O Stocks

If you have been investing or trading for quite a long time, you must have heard about the margin system for non-Future and Options (F&O) stocks. Recently, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has come up with a new set of rules regarding the margin requirement for non-F&O stock in the cash market.

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Ashish Dhawan: A Journey from Wall Street to Philanthropy
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Ashish Dhawan: A Journey from Wall Street to Philanthropy

If you have been investing for quite a long time or are a social activist in the field of education in India, then you must have heard the name "Ashish Dhawan" on the news related to finance or education.

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How Can Borrowers Reduce Home loan EMIs and Make Prepayments?
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How Can Borrowers Reduce Home loan EMIs and Make Prepayments?

If an individual is not smart about his choices, he will spend half of his life with burdens and regrets. In the same way, if a borrower does not make a smart financial choice, he will spend his life paying off EMIs on different loans. If the borrower does not work on his financial planning carefully, the EMIs he needs to pay will affect his monthly budget drastically and make his life a bit harder.

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Manu Manek: Why is he called the Black Cobra?
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Manu Manek: Why is he called the Black Cobra?

Whenever anyone talks about the stock market's scams "Harshad Mehta" is usually the first name that comes to mind. Harshad Mehta was known as the "Big Bull" of the stock market because he used to hike up the price of the shares by manipulating the share market.

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