What are Overnight Funds?
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What are Overnight Funds?

What if we said you could have a low-risk and less volatile debt mutual fund that could be converted into cash within a day or so? Liquid funds, you ask? No No, even more liquid than liquid funds are these Overnight Funds!

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10 Tenancy Laws Every Landlord & Tenant Should Know
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10 Tenancy Laws Every Landlord & Tenant Should Know

Indian government has established and approved the Rent Control Act, 1948 for the purpose of controlling rental costs and protecting tenants' rights against arbitrary eviction.  Landlords and tenants have specific rights that are protected by this law, which is enacted by the state's government. A few things a landlord and a tenant have to keep in mind while dealing with the process of renting out property, which includes written agreement, the amount of payable rent, security deposit, conditions regarding damage to the property during tenancy and so on.

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Best Tax Free Bonds to Invest in India
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Best Tax Free Bonds to Invest in India

What if we said you could have humble returns, liquidity, and zero taxability in a single instrument? That too, at a very low risk. Yes? Well, this blog is a must-read for you!

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The Fall of Coffee Day Enterprises
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The Fall of Coffee Day Enterprises

“He who is quick to borrow is usually slow to pay” This quote is perfect to start the evaluation for the company that we are discussing in today's blog- the one for which its debt structure added fuel to the fire. Ever since the subject of corporate finance has been added to enlighten scholars about financial soundness, it has elucidated 3 important decisions that every corporation has to take during its life cycle. There are 3 decisions that every financial manager has to take, Investment Decisions, Financing Decisions, and Dividend Decisions.

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Is there a Fundamental Right to Drink Liquor?
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Is there a Fundamental Right to Drink Liquor?

Liquor is an inseparable part of the vast majority in India. Consumption of liquor amounted to 5.4 billion liters in 2016 which was expected to go up to 6.5 billion liters by 2020. It is a matter of lifestyle and choice for individuals, irrespective of the fact if it's a healthy choice or not. This leads to a question in any common citizen's mind about whether he has the fundamental right to consume liquor or not and whether the State Government absolutely banning liquor in their territory is backed by authority and justification or not.

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What is Retirement Planning? 
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What is Retirement Planning? 

“Someone’s sitting under a tree today because someone planted a tree a long time ago”. This quote by Warren Buffet beautifully sums up the impact of current actions on the future. Today’s article revolves around a similar planning strategy that will definitely help you reap its benefits in the future. Let’s dive into the topic of retirement planning and understand why it is so important for one to plan their retirement.

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Jubilant FoodWorks - Returns ki ‘home delivery’?
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Jubilant FoodWorks - Returns ki ‘home delivery’?

‘Ta Na Na Na Na Re, Pizza Aaya free’ - reminds you of something? Remember the euphoria of getting a pizza for free if it’s a late delivery? That mind-blowing ’30-min or free delivery’ policy is what has made Dominos an extraordinary company. Maybe you know (or maybe not), but Dominos is operated by Jubilant Foodworks in India. That would be our topic of discussion for today.

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Virtual Duopoly in Telecom Sector
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Virtual Duopoly in Telecom Sector

India has a huge population with only 12 telecom companies catering to its telecom sector. However, there has been a drastic decline from those 12 players to merely 4 players now, i.e. Vodafone India (Vodafone), Bharti Airtel (Airtel), Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), and Reliance Jio (Jio). Gradually the Indian telecom sector is on the verge of becoming a duopoly, with only Jio and Airtel as the big players, which creates a threat to a healthy competitive market.

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Top 5 Cash Cow Companies in India
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Top 5 Cash Cow Companies in India

“Profits are an Opinion, Cash is the fact”, this statement by Alfred Rappaport sounds quite impactful in today’s time where generating cash has become an integral goal for various companies. 

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Doctrine of Res Judicata and Res Sub Judice
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Doctrine of Res Judicata and Res Sub Judice

The courts take help of several common law and theories to maintain balance and improve our judiciary system, the main aim of these theories is to access “judicial efficiency” and to guarantee that a productive pace of justice is attained and maintained in the courtroom. The  Doctrine of Res Sub Judice and Res Judicata are two of these concepts covered in this article. 

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How to Invest in Government Bonds?
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How to Invest in Government Bonds?

Stock market entices pretty much every individual on this planet, and why shouldn’t it? After all, it offers far better returns than any other investment avenue in the regulated markets. However, not many people have a heart of steel to deal with the vigorous palpitations that it sets out due to fluctuations in share prices. So, is there any other option that we can tap on?

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Unfolding the OBC Act, 2021
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Unfolding the OBC Act, 2021

On 10th August 2021, the Monsoon Session of Lok Sabha cleared and introduced the 127th Constitutional Amendment Bill relating to the restoration of the power of identification of OBC class to the State Authorities. This Bill, which has been unanimously supported, aims at providing clarifications to a few provisions introduced in the 102nd Constitutional Amendment Bill (102nd Bill). 

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Arbitrage Funds: The Right way of Leveraging Market Volatility
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Arbitrage Funds: The Right way of Leveraging Market Volatility

In the words of William Feather, “One of the funny things about the stock market is that every time one person buys, another sells, and both think they are astute.” This clearly reinstates the fact that the stock market always has buyers and sellers wanting to trade on a particular stock. The basis for this trade is mostly the price. Price being an essential weapon, can be manipulated and taken advantage of.

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Top 5 Pharma Stocks in India
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Top 5 Pharma Stocks in India

“Ever since human species came into existence, wounds and diseases have been part and parcel of their life”.

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What is Portfolio Rebalancing and how to do it?
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What is Portfolio Rebalancing and how to do it?

There is this famous saying that we’re sure you’ve heard, “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket”. This phrase clearly states that one must diversify his funds and construct a portfolio that is the most feasible to him.

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 Should you be a Copycat Investor?
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Should you be a Copycat Investor?

“At one point, I recognized that Warren Buffett, though he had every advantage in learning from Ben Graham, did not copy Ben Graham but, rather, set out on his own path and ran money his way, by his own rules.” - Michael Burry.

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Is Self Financial Planning difficult? Can you do it yourself?
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Is Self Financial Planning difficult? Can you do it yourself?

“The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” Aristotle was certainly ahead of his time when he said this. You'll understand why. Imagine you go to purchase your dream car, only to find something ridiculous! The dealer charged you a few thousand bucks and provided you with a message -

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Cost of a Retail Investor in India
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Cost of a Retail Investor in India

Amidst this pandemic, people have gone crazy after the stock market. The stock market has become the new go-to place to make money for retail investors. Well, looking at the number of Demat accounts opened in the last one year, it seems everybody has earned during this bull run. It is not that surprising as almost anyone who invested in any stock either doubled their money or earned quite decent returns. As the bull run continues this feat will continue too!

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