10 Articles that you should remember in 2011

10 personal finance articles – this is going to be last post of this year. Hope you all have planned for New Year Party. I am leaving this Financial Jungle for 5 days & going in real Jungle, as I will be celebrating the New Year at Jim Corbett National Park joined by my family.

I wish you all a very happy & prosperous New Year.

Exit Strategies for mis-sold insurance policies

Sometimes the greatest gain in productive energy will come from cleaning the cobwebs. Be it endowment, moneyback or ULIPs – these are cobwebs. In New Year remove these and start fresh.

What is Insurance – Investment or Expense?

If your answer is Investment or tax saving instrument – you love your agent more than your family. Think!!

KISS Strategy in Financial Products: Keep It Simple Stupid

The point what we are trying to make is that investor/user of Financial Products tries too hard to get the best and in doing so, he actually makes a mess and then blames the same on other factors may it be markets, cheating by intermediary/agent etc.

Long Term and Short Term Investments

If someone ask why Indians have not made money in equity – answer lies in this article.

What is Financial Planning ?

Very basic article on Financial Planning.

What is equity ? Understand its right meaning to reap the benefit

If you don’t understand this – no one can help you in achieving your financial goals.

Understanding Mutual Fund With a different perspective

Do you know everything you invest today is mutual Fund.

Do you really understand SIP(Systematic Investment Plan)

Now when you have understood meaning of Mutual Fund – let’s understand SIP which is going to be wealth creator for you – if you understand it’s right meaning.

The Great Indian IPO Mania is Back

Investor think that IPOs are good Investment Vehicle but in reality they are against investor’s interest as they arrive in market when promoters are sure that they will fetch good premium.

10 investment mistakes to Avoid

And in the end or a new beginning – There is very famous quote of Warren Buffett, “An Investor needs to do very few things right, as long as he or she avoids big mistakes.” There are ten common mistakes made repeatedly by investors. You can significantly boost your chances of investment success by becoming aware of these typical errors and take steps to avoid them.

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Hemant Beniwal is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER and his Company Ark Primary Advisors Pvt Ltd is registered as an Investment Adviser with SEBI. Hemant is also a member of the Financial Planning Association, U.S.A and registered as a life planner with Kinder Institute of Life Planning, U.S.A. He started his Financial Planning Practice & TFL Guide Blog in 2009. "The Financial Literates" is a dream & mission to make Indians Financial Literate.


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