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Latest Blogs of August - 2020

Sharing account passwords? Think Twice.

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.

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Investing in Unfamiliar products? Think Twice.

"It is human nature to seek high returns. And to take risks. But one should beware of unfamiliar products that come with tall promises, as it could just be means to swindle you of your money. Study any investment carefully before committing. Remember

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How to create risk-free money from Buy Back of shares?

How to create risk-free money from Buy Back of shares?

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Never ignore 'Risk Factors' in an offer document. Think Twice.

Risk factors are usually mentioned in any offer document. But most tend to ignore them. And when the returns are not up to expectations, you feel cheated. Read them carefully and ask your broker to explain them to you. Be better informed. Remember. I

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Your data is vulnerable when left unattended. Think Twice

An unattended laptop is an invitation for data thieves to steal your information. Don’t do so. Keep it with you in such places. Additionally, let your laptop be password protected. Remember. It’s always better to be safe than sorry.

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Want to know if your shares have been approved for Buy Back?

Want to know if your shares have been approved for Buy Back?

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Only deal with registered brokers. Think Twice.

Unregistered brokers means it is difficult for the exchange and for the SEBI to hold them up for fraudulent transactions. It also means they can willingly not follow industry regulations. Always go for authorised brokers. Remember. It’s always better

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Never trade over unsecured Wifi. Think Twice

Unsecured wifi can put your data is at risk. Avoid trading when you use public wifi. For someone could steal your information and cheat you of your investment. Use only secured networks. Remember, It’s always better to be safe than sorry.

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Never trust rumors. Think Twice.

Every stock-based investment usually carries the caveat that it is subject to market conditions. So, one cannot give a guarantee of consistent returns. Don’t fall for such dubious claims and report suspicious activities. Remember, It’s always better

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Heard of Buy-back of shares?

What is a buyback? Why do companies buy their own shares?

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Trading over unsecured wifi? Think Twice

Unsecured wifi can put your data is at risk. Avoid trading when you use public wifi. For someone could steal your information and cheat you of your investment. Use only secured networks. Remember. It’s always better to be safe than sorry.

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Why is a track record of Dividend is necessary?

The dividend track record describes the financial strength, stability and the intentions of the promoters.

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Ignoring account statements? Think Twice.

Your brokers are obliged to send you to 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.

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