Nirav Panchmatia's Blog

Tag: Financial Planning

Common Stocks, Uncommon Profits

If you regularly watch business channels then you would have noticed the change in tone of media and the market experts on TV channels with respect to the advice they give on markets. Since last couple of months, and in case of some experts since last year or so, are coaxing you, the retail Investor, to INVEST in Equities (i.e. Stocks) &/or Equity Mutual Funds.

However, this is my advice to you, the INVESTOR & my BLOG readers…


Of late many of you, my BLOG readers, have written to me requesting me to increase the frequency with which I write articles on my BLOG. I am happy to know that I have great folks out there waiting to read what I write on the subject of Investing & Personal Finance and admit that I should write more frequently.

I know I that I suffer with bad frequency or shall I say BAD TIMING in writing my BLOG and I fully admit my mistake. I shall endeavor to correct myself and write more frequently in future. Your opinions, suggestions and constructive criticism are more than welcome.

Subbu liquid fund ke bare main nahin jaanta hai

You must have seen or read about this wonderful advertisement appearing since december on TV as well as print media…


It is an advertisement by Kotak Mahindra Bank intending to attract money in it’s savings bank account on which it recently increased the interest rates from 4% per annum to 6% per annum.

Have you checked your ADVISOR’s credentials?

Every now and then one comes across a media article that talks about innocent investors being taken for a ride by shrewd, scheming agents or advisors. It is so very unfortunate that because of a few bad apples in the financial services industry, the entire industry gets tainted. But I believe that at some level,…

7 Investing resolutions for 2011

In the month of January, people normally take various resolutions may it be reducing weight, quitting smoking, watching less TV, reducing anger or just about anything one can think off. Being a financial planner, let me dare to suggest a few Investing resolutions for the common man. If the retail investor sticks to the below…