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Ponzi Scheme

How does a Ponzi scheme make money? A Ponzi scheme is an investment scam where the returns for earlier investors are paid from the money collected from later investors. The investors of such schemes are promised high returns with little...


Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) – 2022-23

What is PMAY? The Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) - Urban is a Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme launched by the Government of India on 25th June 2015. Under this Yojana, the Government ensures housing for all in urban areas. The...

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Initial Public Offering

What is Public Offering Price? Public offering price is the price at which new stocks are offered to the public by an underwriter. In other words, it is the price at which the company decides to give the stocks to...

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Growth Rate

What is the growth rate of India in 2020? India GDP Growth Rate was forecasted to drop by 18% during 2020 however it exceeded the expected forecast as it went lower by 11% only in the first 2 months of...

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Trading Platform

What is the difference between a broker and a trading platform? The broker is a person who facilitates the deal between the buyer and the seller in order to confirm the trade against commission, on the other hand the trading...

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Cost of Living

Which city in India has the lowest cost of living? With work from home becoming a new factor, shifting to new places to save up on living costs is being considered as an option. While people in Mumbai usually complain...

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Bond Duration

What is the effective duration of a bond? Effective duration is the sensitivity of the price of a bond against the benchmark yield curve. One can assess the risk of a bond by estimating the percentage change in the price...

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Corporate Bonds in India

Investors who are looking for investment options that offer fixed returns in exchange for their capital opt for Investment Bonds. They may choose from Corporate Bonds, Central Government Bonds, State Government Bonds, and Public Sector Bonds. These investment instruments offer...