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Nimesh Chandan Of Bajaj Finserv: People Ignoring Good Companies Going Through Low Patch, Fish There!

On this episode of Guru Portfolios, we speak with Nimesh Chandan, the CIO Of Bajaj Finserv Mutual fund on how his investing philosophy has been influenced by behavioural finance. Chandan explains in detail how he is a contrarian, and searches for opportunities in sectors or themes when people are distracted with other spaces that are shining at the time. Watch this riveting conversation!

17 May 2024

Deepak Shenoy Of Capitalmind On Why There Are No Gurus In Stock Markets, Only Students!

On this episode of Guru Portfolios, we’re joined by the founder of Capitalmind, Deepak Shenoy. While explaining at length how he looks at the stock market, what are the cues to watch out for and why investing in small and midcaps requires a certain kind of knowledge, he also shares why he’s had a bad experience with real estate and would never look at it as an invest. Watch!

14 May 2024

Ace Investor Vijay Kedia’s Big Statement On Market Outlook & Why He Advises Against F&O Trading

Want to make your money go further & work harder for you? Here are 20 Personal Finance Strategies from Mint. Check out our new coffee table book authored by Neil Borate & the Mint Money team. Download your digital copy here! Mint is an Indian financial daily newspaper published by HT Media. The Mint YT Channel brings you cutting edge analysis of the latest business news and financial news. With in-depth market coverage, explainers and expert opinions, we break down and simplify business news for you. Click here to download the Mint App

15 Apr 2024

Moving Out Of Equities Now Will Be A Huge Mistake: Quant’s Sandeep Tandon

On this episode of Guru Portfolios, we speak to Sandeep Tandon, the CEO & CIO of one of the most popular mutual funds, Quant Mutual Fund. In this episode, he reveals why accumulating real estate was a mistake that he made. Watch!

8 Apr 2024

No Money Is Enough When...: Why Retirement Scares Mirae’s Swarup Mohanty | ’Medical Inflation Next’

Swarup Mohanty Interview - Swarup Mohanty, the CEO of Mirae Asset Mutual Fund is scared of retiring. Mohanty is ’paranoid’ because he firmly believes that India is going to face a medical inflation, and the cost of healthcare will be much higher than it is now. Hence, he has a health cover of a whopping ₹4 crore for his family. Mohanty & his wife are also art connoisseurs, and invest quite heavily in artwork. On this episode of Guru Portfolio, a riveting chat with the CEO of India’s only mutual fund which has 100% foreign ownership - watch!

26 Mar 2024

Why Is DSP Mutual Fund’s Kalpen Parekh Obsessed With Multi-Decade Investing? | Guru Portfolios Ep 1

Welcome to the very first episode of Guru Portfolios! In this interaction with Mint, where leaders in the financial services industry share how they manage their own money, Kalpen Parekh, MD & CEO of DSP Mutual Fund, tells us about his preference for hybrid funds, cutting down risks in his investments and using widely-diversified portfolios. WATCH!

8 Mar 2024

Biggest challenge is convincing people to not follow the herd when it comes to investing

When you have the least conviction in the market, you get maximum interest and vice-versa

4 min read27 Aug 2018

Are you a money yogi, an ostrich or a FD hugger?

The money yogi has a cash flow system in place, insurances, SIPs targeting goals, a retirement plan and a will

4 min read6 Jun 2018

Why you need to follow your money

In money management, unless you check your expenses and income, you will not be able to move to the next stage of saving and investing

3 min read16 Apr 2018

Paytm Payments Bank’s Renu Satti: Women should start managing their finances at an early age

Start participating actively in financial planning whenever, wherever requiredwhether at home or at work, says Paytm Payments Bank CEO Renu Satti

2 min read8 Mar 2018
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