Your brokers are obliged to send you account statements periodically. Don’t let it become an unread mail in your inbox. Always check to see if any unauthorised transaction has taken place. Remember. It’s always better to be safe than sorry.
No receipts usually mean unauthorised transactions. Which means your money is at risk. Always ask for a receipt. It's better to be safe than sorry.
Always get proof of purchase. Ensure that for every executed trade you receive duly signed contract note, with details of the trade. If not, you are just putting your money at risk, and you won't be able to hold anyone liable for it.
Rumours can't be trusted. Basing your investments on them may make you lose money. Trust only verified sources. It's better to be safe and sorry.
It is human nature to seek high returns in the short term. But overnight successes are rare and usually too good to be true. So check for past performance before making any investment. Beware of the carrot that never really existed.
Every stock-based investment carriers the caveat of being subject to market conditions. Tip like 100% guarantee on a stock is highly suspicious. Don't fall for it. Go for SEBI authorised centres. Don't forget to report dubious claims!
Just like the Fake News on mobile, don’t hedge your bets on rumours. So, always double or even triple check the source of the information. Unauthenticated market news usually means someone else is trying to make money at your cost.
Passwords of your financial accounts should ideally be just with you. It is best not to share it at all. And never ever try to share passwords with someone over WhatsApp and other online mediums. Some secrets are best kept with oneself.
Always beware of those who promise very high returns. Invested money grows as per market conditions, so take such claims with a pinch of salt. It usually means they promise you returns, without really wanting ever to return your money!
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