Everything you need to know about investing in Bank

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Stock Market

In this article we are going to discuss about the Bank Fixed Deposit and also the pros and cons related to it. Fixed Deposit is a financial investment scheme offered by banks and Non Banking Financial Companies (NBFC) that provides higher rate of interest than a normal saving accounts until a given maturity date. The rate of interest paid differs depending on the investment amount and tenure of the investment.

Where should you invest your money?

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investment

No one wants his/ her money lie around in their house at all. Everyone wants to invest and get return out of it. There are many ways where you can invest your money or your savings. You may choose from very safe to medium-risk investment and even higher risk options. Basically there are two types of investments; one is safe and another is risky. If you are looking to grow your wealth, you can invest in lower-risk factors which will give you a minimum return or you can go for more risky options which aims for higher return.

Advantages & Disadvantages of Investing in Stock Market

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Pros and Cons of Bull and Bear

In this article we are going to discuss the pros and cons of investing in share market. We have seen, the stock market has provided handsome returns to its investors in long and very short period time as well, but stock markets also fall down, bringing investors huge amount of loss.

Advantages of Investing in Share Market

Everything you need to know about Mutual Fund

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Pros & Cons of Mutual Funds

In this article we are going to discuss what is Mutual fund, what is open and close ended mutual fund, what is NAV, what is SIP and what is expense ratio along with the advantages and disadvantages of mutual fund and how to invest in mutual funds in India. Before we understand what is mutual fund, it’s very important to know the area in which mutual fund works, the basic understanding of stocks and bonds.

Everything you need to know about flying Drones in India

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Drones in India

Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has recently introduced guidelines for using UAV/ Drones in India. This regulation would be in effect from 1st December,2018. We tried discuss as much information we could in this article.

Categories of Drones:
Nano: Weight less than 250 grams/ 0.55 pounds.
Micro: Weight from more than 250 grams/ 0.55 pounds to 2KG/ 4.40 pounds.
Small: Weight from more than 2KG/ 4.40 pounds to 25KG/ 55.11 pounds.