Deception of Unemployment Rate

Has anyone heard about WEF? World Economic Forum, is an organization in which all the elites discuss the top ten issues which are going to preoccupy the global leaders in the coming 12 to 18 months. According to their study today, unemployment is going to be one of the major disquiet this year, especially for the youth. Unemployment rate is showing an increasing trend in India since 2011. The Unemployment rate has reached from 3.5%…

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MAKE IN INDIA: ROAD AHEAD FOR DEVELOPMENT

  Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi had launched the “MAKE IN INDIA “campaign on the 25th of September,2014 in the presence of eminent Indian industrialist. The initiative taken by him has been to promote a culture of trust, transparency among industrialist so as to facilitate the process of doing business in the country.  This initiative bolsters to put India in the global manufacturing map, help in the inflow of technology, capital and in the process…

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Behavioral Biases and Anomalies for a Rookie Investor

Traditionally, investors are assumed to be rational and risk averse i.e. they dislike variation. When we say a stock has a variation of 10%, we mean it can go up or down by 10% over a certain horizon. Though individual investors are generally not found to be rational but are more loss averse rather than risk averse. Simply put, they dislike loss of 10% more than a gain of an equal amount. Here the concept…

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INDIA: A VICTIM AND A SURVIVOR

“Plans to fight crisis as turmoil worsens in the credit market”, “Crisis hits; market plunges”, “Roller coaster in the economy sends a shock wave around the world!!” Well… this is only what our headlines said when The Great Global Crisis hit the economy in 2008. Sparking in the late 2000s decade, this crisis was such a big hit that it affected almost every nation in the world leaving such a consequence that took it the…

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Economic Turmoil in India

17th August 2013, Saturday; India’s top policy makers gathered to discuss what would be an obscure event in the history of RBI (Reserve Bank of India). The meeting took place at our former Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh’s house amongst the past, present and the future heads of our country’s central bank. Just the day before this meeting, there had been a rout in India’s Financial Markets. Hence India’s faces another economic and financial turmoil.…

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Tax Evasion and DTAA – Part 1

Over the past week or let me say over the past few years (for the people who have been following news properly for this much time) Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement or DTAA has been a brewing topic whenever there is a question of black money involved anywhere. Before I move on to discussing what a DTAA is and what are the various important clauses of the agreement, I shall go upon the current stand of…

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Pillars of MSME

Innovation, Economic Growth and New Employment Generation- Pillars of MSME “MSMEs Needs People Innovative Mindset for Inclusive growth and lead the Nation on path of Economic Boom”    Throughout the World, MSMEs are the engine of economic development. A MSMEs constitute over 90% of total enterprises in most of the economies and are credited with generating the highest rates of employment growth and account for a major share of industrial production and exports. In India too, MSMEs…

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Analysis of Risk

“The probability or threat of quantifiable damage, injury, liability, loss, or any other negative occurrence that is caused by external or internal vulnerabilities, and that may be avoided through pre-emptive action.” Source: www.Wikipedia.org Whoa! The definition went too far than imagined! “A situation involving exposure to danger” Source: www.google.co.in Nice …but not what I wanted. “The probability of something happening multiplied by the resulting cost or benefit if it does.” Source: www.Wikipedia.org Bull’s eye! In…

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New Vskills certification on International Finance Analyst launched

Vskills has added a new certification on International Finance Analyst. Vskills certification for International Finance Analyst assesses the candidate as per the company’s need for managing financial matters of international nature. The certification tests the candidates on various areas which includes theories and strategies involving exchange rates, balance of payments¸ foreign exchange, euro-currency market, spot and forward market, currency futures and option pricing. The link to Vskills International Finance Analyst certification is – http://www.vskills.in/certification/International-Finance-Certification Further…

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Want to become a Technical Analyst?

Technical Analyst deals with studying historical charts, price patterns and market sentiments to predict the future prices and get benefits by riding on to it. Basically the study of analyzing charts is known as technical analysis. Technical Analysis offers bright career opportunities for aspirants. As a career one can become a self-trader or trade for any company or work as a research analyst in any research or brokerage firm. In order to excel in trading or…

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