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How much would your Rs 10,000 be worth on Feb 1, 2020, if you invested a year ago in stock market, silver or gold?

How much would your Rs 10,000 be worth on Feb 1, 2020, if you invested a year ago in stock market, silver or gold?

The best value for money would be if you invested in Palladium and your Rs 10,000 would be worth Rs 16,772.46.

Investment matters: How much would your Rs 10,000 be worth on January 14, 2020, if you invested a year ago in stock market, silver or gold?

Investment matters: How much would your Rs 10,000 be worth on January 14, 2020, if you invested a year ago in stock market, silver or gold?

How much would your Rs 10,000 be worth today, if you had invested in one of the following 1 year, six months, three months and one week a...Read More

Investment matters: How much would your Rs 10,000 be worth on January 11, 2020, if you invested a year ago in stock market, silver or gold?

Investment matters: How much would your Rs 10,000 be worth on January 11, 2020, if you invested a year ago in stock market, silver or gold?

The gold markets went back to its mundane existence as geopolitical tensions eased out in the middle-east. Moreover, the move by the US C...Read More

Investment matters: How much would your Rs 10,000 be worth on January 10, 2020, if you invested a year ago in stock market, silver or gold?

Investment matters: How much would your Rs 10,000 be worth on January 10, 2020, if you invested a year ago in stock market, silver or gold?

History has a strange way of repeating itself. For, when George Bush Sr. announced Operation Desert Storm, on January 15, 1991, to oust I...Read More

Investment matters: How much would your Rs 10,000 be worth on January 9, 2020, if you invested a year ago in stock market, silver or gold?

Investment matters: How much would your Rs 10,000 be worth on January 9, 2020, if you invested a year ago in stock market, silver or gold?

Ultimately, it appears that the flashpoint in the US-Iran face off in Iraq was just a storm in a tea cup. The markets went into turmoil a...Read More

Mutual Funds: An investment vehicle in your portfolio

Mutual Funds: An investment vehicle in your portfolio

Investors should look at mutual funds as an investment vehicle in their investment portfolio, writes Shalini Dhawan.

Here’s how you can benefit by investing in house property

Here’s how you can benefit by investing in house property

In a population heavy country like ours, there will always be a net surplus of house hunters over houses available. This is why tomorrow’...Read More

Investments: Failure of past is not an apt indicator of future

Investments: Failure of past is not an apt indicator of future

Tensing Rodrigues says the most important input of past experience is that it is not a fool-proof indicator of the future.

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