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Share Market News Today Sensex Trading above 400 Points

Share Market News Today Today, on the fourth trading day of the week i.e. Thursday, the stock market opened on the green mark. The Bombay Stock Exchange's leading index Sensex was up 401.27 points or 1.05 per cent at 38469.20 in early trade. At the same time, the Nifty of the National Stock Exchange was trading at 11356.70 with an increase of 0.97 per cent i.e. 109.20 points. On Wednesday, there was an increase in global markets. The US Dow Jones gained 1.20 percent to close 329.04 points at 27,781.70. Nasdaq also closed 0.84 percent up at 11,418.10 level. The S&P was up 0.83 per cent and the index closed at 3,363.00, up 27.53 points. On the other hand, the stock market of Britain, Germany, France and Russia were seen falling on Wednesday. If we look at the sectoral index, then all sectors started with a fast pace. These include IT, Pharma, FMCG, PSU Bank, Realty, Media, Finance Services, Metal, Auto, Banks and Private Banks. The domestic stock market closed at the market edge

What is Return on Investment?

Return on Investment You must have heard the term Return on investment many times, which means - the amount of profit on an investment, eg - if Kaushik made a fixed deposit of 1 lakh, on which he gets 1 lakh 60 thousand after 5 years, So in such a case, Kaushik has the benefit of that fixed deposit investment. Total profit = 1,60,000 - 1,00,000 = 60,000 / - 60% if we extract profit in percentage without taking time into consideration. But if the annual growth rate of profit is calculated keeping in mind the time, then we get to see two things. Absolute Annual Growth Rate - 12% Compound Annual Growth Rate - 86% That is, how much profit we are actually making from an investment, what is the annual growth rate of profit, we know all this by calculating the return on investment.' How is Return on Investment calculated? Return on investment is usually calculated according to the annual growth rate and thus the profit on an investment can be calculated in many different ways. Taking Retu

What is Power of Compounding?

Power of Compounding Power of Compounding is known as the eighth wonder of the world, in this topic today we are going to talk about what is Power of Compounding, and what we can benefit from using it, and it Why the eighth is known as wonder. Regarding Power of Compounding - "Albert Einstein has Said" - Compound interest is the eighth wonder of this world, one who understands it, finds it (EARN), and one who does not understand it pays it (PAY). For Power of Compounding, we have to keep returning the benefits of Compound Interest on our money back for a long time. And in this way we have to keep investing according to our financial goals and predetermined time till we achieve the "very big money goal" according to our Financial Goals. Example - 10 Thousand to 10 crores Yes, by using Power of Compounding to invest 10 thousand rupees, money can be made of 10 crores in 30 years, Isn't it amazing - let's see how 10 thousand to 10 crores can be made? For this,

How to Get Financial Freedom?

Financial Freedom Financial freedom simply means financial freedom, freedom from the daily worry of earning money, Freedom Means that we have the freedom to do what we want to do, For Example - Suppose I want to become an artist / artist, but because of the money that I get from my job, I cannot earn money immediately by becoming an artist, and therefore I am working and running my home, on the other hand. If I stop working for a few days or a few months, then it makes me very happy to maintain my same lifestyle. And keeping this in mind, I do not want to continue to work and am not able to fulfill my dream of becoming an artist, So it can be said that - I am not financially independent and that is why I first need financial freedom so that I can fulfill my dream of becoming an artist . So let us know in today's post how financial freedom can be achieved? How to get financial freedom? Before understanding how to achieve financial freedom, it is more important for us to understand t

How can Mutual Fund Investors Redress their Complaints?