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Know the strategies for investing and trading in the market
In this video, Swati Kumari talks about strategy for profitable investment and trading with the Founder and CEO of Scripbox, Atul Shinghal.
The imperative of bringing up a financially literate generation
In today’s world, it is really important for children and young adults to understand the value of things and not just their price. However, this is something missing from school textbooks.
Five essential steps to secure your child-related goals
'All parents want the best for their children' is a centuries old truth. For Indian parents this is by providing them with the best education, confirms a survey done by Scripbox. The best part about saving for your child's goals is that you have ample time in hand to invest and reach your goal.
How a first-time investor should start investing to meet financial goals
The spending and saving behavior differs from person to person - while some overspend with their financial independence, some become more responsible and start saving and investing early.
Opinion: The future of Fintech marketing
Fintech is one of those small words that contains worlds. Just like marketing. While the former could be payments, lending, insurance, wealth management, neobanks etc, the latter includes brand management, digital acquisition, marketing automation, social media and so on.
Wealth Advisory Services – Making the right choice
We routinely engage the services of specialists such as Doctors, Lawyers, Architects, etc. who fulfil a niche the requirement, as well as professionals such as Drivers, Caterers, Personal trainers, Travel agents, and more, who simply make life a lot easier for us.
Financial health impacts well-being feel more Indians: Scripbox survey
Financial and physical health have been among the top two stressors for Indians amid Covid-19 ahead of relationships and family, as per findings from Scripbox's survey on "Wealth and well-being".
Why digital advisory may be future of wealth management
Millennials make up about 47 per cent of the Indian workforce and are the primary target group when it comes to investment products and financial advisory services. Across the age bandwidth, whether in their early 20s or late 30s, millennials are digital natives and prefer actionable financial advice through mediums that resonate with them.
Equities offer the best growth over the long term: Prateek Mehta, Scripbox
Managing money has been among the biggest concerns for everyone at any time and it only got amplified with Covid 19. People have had to cope with worries of lower incomes, job losses, smaller savings, increasing health outlays, leaving little room to invest if any.
The Evolving Robo-Advisory Landscape in India
Robo-advisory services have rapidly evolved in India in the last couple of years. Technology-driven startups are going beyond pure mutual fund distribution to offer digitised, long-term financial planning.
Mutual funds explained: Here are types of debt MFs and their benefits
Debt mutual funds are considered to be less risky than equity investments. That is why many investors with low-risk appetite prefer buying in debt securities.
Experts discuss rise of personal finance startups
While India's young and skilled workforce is now smarter about making their money grow, job losses and economic uncertainty due to COVID-19 has forced most of them to reconfigure their investment and saving plans. As discretionary spend on travel, eating out and shopping comes down, millennials is keen to put the extra bucks to work.