Even though I am writing this blog but This is not my main blog. This site give me identity but there is no subject for this.
I found some very good blogger friends all because of this. But when they come here,it makes very different image of me.
I am a finance blogger as well as CFA Candidate. Writing and analyzing Companies which are listed on Indian stock market. I have one website for it where I am writing about ratios, companies and sectors.
I started this blog when my current blog is not even in my mind. That’s why you can’t find much of my writing in first somedays. I was not Good blogger then.
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If you’ve read a little about personal finance, you’ve probably heard the term “asset allocation.” I talked about it a bit in my post about how my accounts are allocated between retirement and non-retirement assets, but it is an important topic and one that deserves more attention. Today, I’m going to explain asset allocation in more detail and share my own asset allocation.
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Happy New Year 2017! As with every other year, you have no idea how happy I am to see you. Well, maybe you are aware for obvious reasons but 2017 is shaping up to be an epic year of change. For TNN, 2017 will be a year about transformation in… health, finance, travel and life! So to ring in this lovely new year and as a Happy Anniversary to TNN (yes we are celebrating our 2nd) here are 6 things we’ve learned (and wish someone had told us) about blogging in the past 24 months at the keyboard.
Six Tips for Newbie Bloggers
Beware of the Weirdos On The Internet!
Everyone from my mother to my banker warned me of the weirdos on the internet. Be wary of the criminals and pedophiles, don’t get cat fished or pulled in by scams they cautioned. I get it. Putting yourself out there…
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During the the very first intelligence briefing, Donald Trump was annoyed to find out that the FBI isn’t planning to provide a daily stack of new adoring articles about Donald Trump, nor the information about those who criticizing Trump online and where they live.
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As all winners of presidential elections before him, Donald Trump gets daily intelligence briefings from the CIA and the FBI. However, according to the news reports, he has been actually attending these daily briefings only about once a week or so. Here are 10 reasons why Donald Trump is skipping most of his intelligence briefings.
1) Donald Trump doesn’t believe that anyone can possibly have more intelligence than he does.
2) Donald Trump finds it extremely difficult and frustrating to keep having to enter the access code to the briefing room with his tiny fingers.
3) Donald Trump doesn’t need daily briefings because…
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Many Americans complain that in this election, the only options available to them is either Clinton or Trump (or, as most voters put it, “voting against Trump” and “voting against Clinton”, respectively). However, you do have other options: in fact, over a thousand people have filed official paperwork as candidates in the 2016 presidential election. Here are 10 of these alternatives. (All the candidates listed below are actual candidates running for president in 2016, and some will even appear on the election ballots.)
1) Gary Johnson, Libertarian party: Running on a well-thought-out and appealing platform of being neither Clinton nor Trump.
2) Jill Stein, Green Party: Fighting for the rights of the Whole Foods shoppers everywhere.
3) Kevin Deame, Pirate Party: Vote for strong navy, return to the gold standard, no taxes, and no government regulations! Or just…
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