Monthly Archives: November 2019

3 Important Tips To Earn The Most Out

1. Research All The Way

Fixed deposits are traditionally the safest investment option when compared to mutual funds or stock as the returns you get aren’t linked to the economic conditions. Ideally, an FD would get you returns of about 6% – 9% on your investment.
In order, for you to get the most money out of your fixed deposit you will need to do your due diligence to find the best offers. One way to do this would be to get in touch with a handful of top banks or NBFCs and get a quotation of the rates they offer. Once you have all the offers in hand, you can select a deal that gives you the best interest rate.

2. Split Your Fixed Deposits/Term Deposits

If the interest on your fixed deposits/Term Deposits earn more than Rs. 10,000 a year, they will be eligible for a Tax Deduction at Source (TDS), which can be up to 10%. In order for you to make sure the deduction doesn’t happen, you can split your deposits such that the total interest earned would not be more than Rs. 10,000 a year.
Doing so can also be advantageous for you because you wouldn’t have to withdraw your entire FD if and when a cash crunch arises. Instead, you can break one or two while others will keep getting you the predetermined interest like it used to.
However, an important aspect worth noting is that you will need to mention the FD earnings when you file your tax returns, unless you want the IT department to come knocking on your door for tax evasion.

3. Refrain From Making Regular Interest Withdrawals

Every FD you apply for provides you with a number of options: one, withdraw the interest every month or quarterly or let it rest and gain more interest. When such instances occur, choose the latter. This is because when you withdrawing the interests regularly, you will not get the benefit of your FD’s interest compounding.To tackle this situation, you can reinvest the earnings to let it earn much better returns.
To summarise, term deposits are one of the safest investment options which guarantee decent returns on regular intervals. If you are looking to make the most out of them, you can use the options listed above and be a more pragmatic investor.

How Long It Takes To Become A Successful Trader

There is an age old question amongst traders. That question is based around greed and a wanting to make serious money on the stock market fast. Although being wealthy is a good thing, and a god given right, too many times are people wanting to learn how to trade the stock market profitably, without learning the ropes first. The question really is �how long is it going to take before you become a successful trader’?

This is a serious question. But when you start out day trading, or swing trading you probably need to give yourself a time frame and goals otherwise, if you don’t get rich in 2 weeks, you are most likely to quit the game for good.

One must face the full reality that to become a successful trader, you first need to put the time and effort into learning, and get yourself a mentor. Or someone who is already at a level you wish to obtain yourself. You also have to learn how to be consistent no matter if the market is quiet or volatile.

Men make good traders. But here is a very important statistic if you are female. Research and study conducted have proven that women actually make better traders than men. Of the study done, 3 out of every 10 males make good traders. But 4 out of 10 females were more successful in pulling a full time income from short term trading. They did also prove that women make better traders than men, due to the obvious fact that they will listen to advice, and they do not let their ego get in the way of learning.

Studies have also proven that a trader must put in 6 to 12 months before they develop a daily plan, and consistent profit each month. Once you reach that point, you will feel much more confident, and are more likely to see continued success each month.

Sometimes there will be days, when you will not be able to make a trade. But there is no wasted time, because there is so much skill, and experience one can gather from spending hours, just sitting and watching the markets trade. And when you are not actually practising your trading, this down time can be used to master your mental game, and the psychology of trading. Because in the end, you are not really trading against other investors, in a way the only person you are competing with is yourself. If you are right, that is a move in the right direction, and winners are going to come. But what sets a good trader apart from the rest is that sometimes you will mess up and get it wrong, but how long you stay wrong, and when you cut your losses. Some of the best master traders in the world and good at cutting their losses short, and letting the profits run

Advantages to Managed Care Plans

There are many different types of Health insurance plans out there. Picking the right one for yourself can be troublesome in the beginning, especially if you don’t know what you are looking for. You might have trouble deciding which one would be better for you.

Health insurance is divided into two large categories-indemnity and managed care plans. Indemnity plans, also commonly called reimbursement plans, will reimburse your medical expenses up to a certain limit. Under the Reimbursement plan, the insurer pays a percentage of the total charges, regardless of how much the charges are. With the indemnity plan, the insurer will pay a specified amount every day for a specified number of days. The amount reimbursed does not rely on the cost of medical care, but what you are reimbursed will never exceed your expenses.

The other popular type of health insurance plans is managed care plans. The three types of policies categorized as managed care plans are HMOs, POSs, and PPOs. This type of insurance is more popular than the indemnity plan, as they offer more flexibility. With these types of options you either pay a monthly fee no matter how many times you see a doctor, or pay a co-payment but no monthly fee. With managed care plans, you are given options of care. The plan you choose and the amount of money you wish to pay determines how big of a network of doctors and specialists you can see and still be covered under the plan. Some managed car plans (most often PPOs) offer sponsorship programs from a network of hospitals and medical services. You can often get this kind of plan through your employer.

Managed healthcare plans are better for the average person due to the fact that they are more cost effective. While indemnity plans may give you a lot more freedom in cost, you will have to use the healthcare provider that the insurer chooses. If you have a specific disability, this can present itself as a problem. In the long run, a managed care plan will save you money, especially if emergencies arise when you are out of town. These types of plans also are more flexible in policy. Before you purchase any kind of health insurance, be sure to research the many options available for you and your family to ensure you receive the best coverage possible for the lowest monthly premium or deductible.

Silver And Gold

The Illusion of Explanatory Depth
For years I have calmly, patiently, and for the most part rationally, listened to friends, family, patients, and colleagues grapple with the notion of precious metals.
The majority understand the basic reasons why some portion of portfolio allocation is necessary or prudent, but very few have (or will) taken action.
Often, people are shocked that I would be interested in the matter to begin with. I think subconsciously people understand to be a �Doctor� is to be a teacher, but on the surface most people find it odd and uncomfortable to accept my interest and quest in something that rarely occurs to them.
Occasionally, there will be debate. I don’t necessarily look for them. Experience with humans of all ages and from all walks of life has afforded me a healthy dose of humility. But I’m happy and proud to go as far as anyone would like about money, finance and especially silver.
No matter how tempting it is, no matter how strong the need is to be right and to feel vindicated, it is normally fruitless. I don’t know where I first heard it, but one of my favorite expressions has become:
�I can explain it to you, but I can’t understand it for you.�
Understanding requires a shift. One that, I feel myself almost cringing to admit, involves emotional intelligence. This goes against all rational logic.
Most people are polite. And I’ll admit to a tendency for avoiding conflict �” especially given the context in which many of these (potential) debates typically arise.
I came across the following article by accident some time back. It immediately resonated with my own experience in wrestling with my own beliefs, but also the beliefs, world views, and opinions of people I care about.
And collectively speaking, the opinions and views of anyone with a pulse who cares about financial safety, justice, and wealth.
You are, I’m afraid to say, mistaken. The position you are taking makes no logical sense. Just listen up and I’ll be more than happy to elaborate on the many, many reasons why I’m right and you are wrong. Are you feeling ready to be convinced?
Whether the subject is climate engineering, the Middle East or forthcoming holiday plans, this is the approach many of us adopt when we try to convince others to change their minds. It’s also an approach that, more often than not, leads to the person on the receiving end hardening their existing position.
(Ed. For the subject of money and wealth, at the root lies the fear of loss � more powerful than the want of profit. People will do anything, and convince themselves of practically anything, to avoid loss.)
Fortunately, research suggests there is a better way � one that involves more listening and less trying to bludgeon your opponent into submission.