When a cup of tasty coffee can be had from Rs. 5 to Rs. 500, we need to make sure that we pay for it knowing precisely what we are getting out of it. Our present is unlike our immediate past and losing what we have already is much more catastrophic than not being able to make an additional dime!
When everyone (who can) is printing money, what global economic forces are going to shape our future?
At a time when our ability to save is reducing on a daily basis, we need to ensure that we take all precautions to avoid any reduction in the worth of what we have already got. We live in a time when our economic future is going to be determined by larger economic forces, and this shift from taking risks to make money to ensuring money is not lost is the key to a safe and painless future. Understanding these forces is the first step towards gaining better control. This article tries to explain the nature of future to come.
TweetSummary: India is the worst performing of all the markets across the world, and we deserve it. Any other way would mean that life is unfair. As things stand, we have a perfect storm of headwinds facing us, and many of these headwinds have been our own doing. I believe that the situation will be [...]
TweetSummary: Despite Europe hogging all the headlines in the financial world, there are significant developments that are happening in USA and China that are impacting our daily investment decisions. These impacts have to be studied and analysed in case an investor has to make decisions regarding his/her future. Ignoring these will be highly risky…. [...]
TweetSummary: If one studies the European Union as if it were a dysfunctional joint family, one would know what to make of the present European mess. This article does precisely that and concludes that there will be sometime before things start looking rosy for the region and that is a bad thing for the rest [...]