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7 months

Why Blockchain Is Crucial For Financial Planning and Analysis

In these times of almost continuous technological change, there is a natural tendency to be suspect of whatever is being heralded as the “flavor of the month” or the “next best bet.” In early 2017, I was graciously given the opportunity to speak on what I believed to be the technologies that were transforming finance and specifically, the Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) function. The talk I ended up giving covered five areas:

8 months

Collecting Premiums : Case Study on Techno-Derivative Trading

When people think of investment, they think of buying stocks on the stock market. Many of them are probably unaware of terms like options trading.

8 months

How to Become a Successful Options Trader - Part 1

New options traders have unrealistic profit expectations, thinking that they can outsmart the markets, doubling funds in a short amount of time. Beginner’s luck makes things even worse, providing hope that a few big wins can help you make a fortune. When markets move fast, things get hectic, you do not have time nor the luxury to sit back and think long about what to do. You need to have a trading plan in place that tells you exactly what to do and when to do it. Experienced options traders understand that modern markets give out very few gifts.

8 months

Lupin Case Study on Value Investing

Lupin is a pharma stock that most investors are ignoring at this point but what most people tend to forget is that ”a successful investor takes a contrarian approach to investing."

9 months

How Newton Can Help Manage And Change Strategy in FP&A

Newton’s first law of motion also known as the law of inertia states, “an object at rest stays at rest, and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.” Newton’s third law is, “for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.”

9 months

Financial Inclusion in India

The government of India is making various efforts to bridge the gap between the privileged and the underprivileged. Financial inclusion is a measure that aims at ensuring availability of financial services to all social classes at affordable prices. Usually misunderstood as access to only ‘banking’ services, financial inclusion rather means extending access to insurance and social welfare schemes such as National Pension Scheme and Atal Pension Yojna.

9 months

Ponni Sugars (Erode) Ltd. - Case Study on Value Investing

Avoiding where others go wrong is an important step in achieving investment success. In fact, it almost ensures it. Every once in a while, we tend to hear that either a friend or family member lost X amount of money. It pains us to hear such disastrous investment results, especially when it comes to unsophisticated and undisciplined investors. Thus, if we could convince more people to adopt proven successful investment strategies, it will definitely help to preserve and maintain their hard-earned capital.

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