ORO Weekend Reads: 19 - 24 Dec 2016

Saturday, December 24, 2016 Swati Aggarwal 0 Comments


Happy Holidays! This week in ORO Weekend Reads: Answer these 3 questions to know whether ELSS funds are right for you, why 2017 could start on a bad note for Indian equities, what to make of the EPF rate cut and how to cut travel costs this holiday season.

Get ready to immerse yourself in the best stories from personal finance this week.



ORO Wealth Exclusives

Inundated with ads of ELSS funds, then Answer these 3 questions to know whether you should be investing in ELSS funds

From the News 

Breaking the trend of optimistic equity forecasts for 2017, two reasons for why you need to be concerned. See Nomura growth indices for India plunge to lowest level since 1996 and the Nifty PE ratio is still too high for comfort

EPF rates cut from 8.8% to 8.65%, but see Why it still remains a good bet for investors looking for guaranteed returns. Also see After EPF, get ready for PPF and NSC rate cut
 
Mutual fund names can be confusing but things may get easier with this guide to recognizing which mutual fund scheme does what from its name

Online policies of PSU insurers being offered at a discount to encourage cashless payments. Also see 10 major incentives for going cashless

Snapdeal is now delivering cash at your home, for a convenience fee of just Re 1 (paid through FreeCharge ofcourse!)

Around the Web

Equally relevant for all the year-end Sensex and Nifty forecasts, Wall Street's Annual Stock Forecasts: Bullish, and often Wrong. The reason maybe has to do with the little luck that Analysts have had in forecasting turning points in the market.

What was Your Biggest Investment Mistake of 2016? 

A slightly long and involved read for advanced investors, Portfolio rebalancing usually reduces long-term returns but is good risk management anyway

This holiday season, good-to-know tips for how you can save money on travel


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