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- August 15, 2017 at 11:18 pm #10602Ramarao PanugantiParticipant
I am from Hyderabad, B.Tech graduate, having 13 years of work experience in IT/ITES industry, 38 years old married with two kids.
Finanially very much an illiterate 😉 am new to investing.
Lately started investing in Mutual funds couple of years back taking self decisions, by point to point past 1-3-5 years returns as only criterion, prior that, also invested in Mutual funds upon a suggestion from a friend(who insisted to invest in direct funds in 2010 where the direct mode want even available till 2013)
I am inquisitive to understand how asset appreciation happens in course of times and what are benchmarks and comparison tools for making investment decisions across the asset classes.
Came to know about direct mutual funds only last year and it’s importance. I hired couple of certified financial planners, one of them is a SEBI RIA. I hired them as I was expecting financial decision support in handholding capacity from an expert with valid justification and supporting data, which seem to be like a holy Grail, no one is able to meet my expectations.
So I thought, other ways of gaining this knowledge/ helping hand is by start reading investment related books and discussing with like minded people and a mentor to guide and advise. So hopefully I am expecting the value addition in money master program. My way of learning is by critical, healthy discussions, debates, with supporting valid data which can be logically concluded.
That’s little about me.
By the way, anyone from Hyderabad?August 19, 2017 at 3:10 pm #10660Vipin KhandelwalParticipant
Great start Ramarao! In my little interaction with you, I believe you have a very curious mind, one of the pre requisites to being successful.
Keep that flame alive! I hope this platform helps you find answers or at least cues to the issues you have raised.
All the best!
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