"Nobody should be buying a stock at a rate higher than its intrinsic (actual) value, because then you are looking at the greater fool theory to come into play -- that someone would buy it again from you enabling you to make a profit." At the Morningstar Investment Conference 2014, Parag Parikh, Founder & Chairman, PPFAS AMC Pvt. Ltd, shared his views in a panel discussion on value investing. Parikh is an expert on behavioural finance, a stock market veteran and an author. Here is an ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
High volatility in the stock market coupled with falling inflation has brought back fixed deposits as an attractive investment avenue for the investors who are looking for fixed returns. Bank FD schemes offer guaranteed returns to the investors at the time of the maturity. A bank FD scheme is considered one of the safest investment avenues compared to other avenues of investments. You can avail loans of up to 75-90 per cent of the FD amount. Here are three ways in which you can get the most ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Fitness trainer Jason Johal of Centre of Obesity and Diabetic Support offers a sneak peek into the workout sessions of the models participating in the Miss Diva Universe 2014 contest. Jason Johal (seen here with the winner of the Miss Health and Fitness title, ShreeRadhe Khanduja) likes to focus on the core -- the midsection covering one's abs, back, sides and lower lats. These muscles work as stabilisers for the entire body and improve body balance and posture. In ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
The impact of the Credit Bureau has now ensured that the credit card market reached around Rs 1,500 crore (Rs 15 billion) a month level but is profitable this time for the banks and borrowers are responsible. Image: Credit card usage has increased multi-fold in India. Photograph: Reuters Legend has it that Frank McNamara (founder of Diners Club) forgot his wallet when he had dinner in a New York restaurant. When the bill arrived, Frank had to send his wife home to pick up the wallet and wait ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
We bring you an excerpt from an interview with the master couturier as it appears in the latest edition of Vogue (India). If you sit across Sabyasachi Mukherjee over a hot cuppa one day -- anticipating the wrath of the first onslaught of the Mumbai monsoon -- you better buckle up. He believes fashion is going through a crisis of identity. "Sometimes when I see these women so victimised by fashion I want to say, 'You don't need a handbag, darling, you need a hug,'" he tells Bandana Tewari.Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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