How Carpenters created Fevicol
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How Carpenters created Fevicol

“Pehle Law ki padhai Ki...Uske baad Bharat Chhodo Andolan kiya...Uske baad Law khatam karke wood trading aur import business karne laga. Agar import business karna tha toh law kyu kiya?”

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The Murder Mystery of T-Series
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The Murder Mystery of T-Series

Today’s story is quite filmy. There’s struggle, theft, murder, conspiracy and so much more! But before diving into the story, we need to meet the protagonists.

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How Rats led Parachute to success
Entrepreneurship

How Rats led Parachute to success

Picture a son joining a business created and nurtured by generations before him only to see it struggle to survive. Now what kind of a young man could see this and not become an “angry young man”?

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What is Sunk Cost Fallacy: Are you as Smart as you Think!
Behavioral finance

What is Sunk Cost Fallacy: Are you as Smart as you Think!

Have you ever bought the tickets to a concert. And on the day of the event, you catch a cold. Even though you are sick, you decide to go to the concert because otherwise “you would have wasted your money”.

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Halo Effect and it
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Halo Effect and it's Impact on Investment Decisions

“The first impression is the last impression”. Do you know why our family, teachers or well-wishers always say this? Well, the reason behind it is that often, snap judgments are a human tendency, and people try to perceive others in the first meeting itself. Therefore, initial perceptions are always important, especially in job interviews. If the interview of an individual goes outstanding, and he performs well in his initial tasks, the employer may reward him with a higher job role, pay, and responsibilities. This decision of the employer will be taken under the perception that the person will be able to live up to their expectations. 

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Herd Mentality Bias: How it affects your Investment Decision
Behavioral finance

Herd Mentality Bias: How it affects your Investment Decision

Since their evolution, human beings have tried to remain in groups. We all want to belong to a group. But why? Why is it so important for us to fit into a certain group? 

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What is Hindsight Bias? - An Overview
Behavioral finance

What is Hindsight Bias? - An Overview

"I knew it!" or, "I told you so," how many times have you said these words or have heard them from others? 

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Overconfidence Bias: Are you as smart as you think?
Behavioral finance

Overconfidence Bias: Are you as smart as you think?

Good character can often be undermined by overconfidence. For instance, most of the investors, mainly when they are new to the investment world, are very overconfident. Overdoing anything has consequences. Overestimating your appetite and ordering too much food leads to a lot of wastage of food. Over sourcing, your dinner ruins the taste. 

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Confirmation bias and how it affects your investment decisions?
Behavioral finance

Confirmation bias and how it affects your investment decisions?

Our mind is divided between an elephant and a rider. We often think that the rider is the one who controls the elephant, but we often forget that the rider is only the guide. 

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Anchoring Bias and their effects on Investment Decisions
Behavioral finance

Anchoring Bias and their effects on Investment Decisions

Do you know when Mahatma Gandhi was born? Let us suppose you don't have the year in your head, and your smartphone battery has just died. How would you find out? Perhaps you know that India got independence in 1947 and that he was assassinated in the next year in 1948. And in all the pictures you have ever seen of him from that time, he looked pretty old. So let's assume that he was around 80 when he died—making 1888 our year of estimate when he was born. 

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What is Heuristics? How does Heuristics influence Decision Making ?
Behavioral finance

What is Heuristics? How does Heuristics influence Decision Making ?

Have you ever thought about how you are so quick while making some decisions and take time while making some other?

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What is Prospect Theory? How do users take decisions under risk?
Behavioral finance

What is Prospect Theory? How do users take decisions under risk?

Greed and Fear are two of the most common, severe emotions found in any human being. When we are guided by greed or fear in times of uncertainty, making decisions can sometimes be a real challenge. 

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What is Behavioral Finance and how does it affect your Financial decisions?
Behavioral finance

What is Behavioral Finance and how does it affect your Financial decisions?

After reading this blog's title, you might feel that "behaviour" and "finance" are two different things. How can they be interlinked in the same phrase?

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How do psychological biases affect us?
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How do psychological biases affect us?

Mental biases refer to having a biased perspective in seeing things around. Such psychological biases influence our thought process profoundly as our thoughts are based on our perception. Moreover, It is our thoughts which shape up our beliefs and our behaviour in our day to day lives.

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