The best part about having frameworks is that it allows you to go back and check if it really worked and based on the feedback you can evolve and improve it. A few years back I had shared my debt fund evaluation framework here: Credit funds – Don’t count your returns before they hatch (Link)Here’s why … Continue reading Debt Funds – Revisiting the framework
Two days back, I had the shock of my life. My younger brother who has just started to work, has been mis-sold on a useless insurance plan in the guise of investments. Arghhhh. While I am stuck in my own world trying to solve for behavioral issues, asset allocation blah blah, I just realised there … Continue reading Decoding Insurance Plans as investment options
What if value investing was not the only game in town. A surprising counter intuitive strategy that works! Read on..
Ever wondered what it takes to make good returns. A new framework which helps you look beneath the returns, on the sleepless nights that you had to go through..
Why do equity markets crash? Can we predict them before they happen? Hold your breath. The answer to this mind boggling question, maybe just one beach trip away! Curious. Read on..
I have been running a live SIP portfolio of Rs 30,000 per month since Aug-2018 with the intent of motivating you to start yours. You can find the details here I had planned to do a review every six months. But due to my brother's marriage recently and some other unexpected commitments, I couldn't stick … Continue reading My SIP Portfolio Review
The new SIP culture.. One of the best things to have happened in recent times, is the advent of new fintech firms like Kuvera, Paytm Money, Scripbox etc. These folks are doing a great job and hopefully should be able to build the culture of monthly savings into equities (read as SIP) for the rest … Continue reading There is many a SLIP between the SIP and the LIP