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Saving vs. Investing: Which is Better?

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. “Saving” and “Investing” are two of the most common words in financial circles. We hear these words so often that people sometimes use them interchangeably. Experts say you should have at least one to secure your money’s future, but these two words have very different purposes. So … Read more

What is Top-up SIP? Should you opt for it while investing in mutual funds?

Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) of mutual funds is now recognised as one of the best ways to accumulate wealth for long-term goals. The key to benefiting from investing through SIP is to start early. While investors may start a monthly SIP with a small amount, they can increase the monthly contribution gradually through a facility … Read more

Investing in Electric Vehicles for Business: Is it worthwhile?

Electric vehicle sales in India are surging, with about 428,213 units sold in the financial year that ended in 2022, compared to 134,463 units sold in the previous year, according to the Business Standard. Over the past years, the shift from gas-powered vehicles to electric cars has been tremendous. Market experts predict the global roll out for … Read more

A VC who’s been panning crypto since 2017 discusses where he’s investing now

Not every venture investor was bewitched by the promise of cryptocurrencies and the growth of companies like FTX, the crypto exchange that filed for bankruptcy nearly two weeks ago. Some venture capital firms actually ignored the fanfare and passed.  Consider Ramy Adeeb, founder and general partner of 1984 Ventures, who in 2017 took a very … Read more

Investing in robust surveillance of the effects of covid-19 and future emerging infections in pregnancy should be prioritised

Marian Knight, professor of maternal and child population health1, Hilde M Engjom, specialist consultant in obstetrics and gynaecology2 1National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit, Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford, UK 2Department of Health Promotion, Division of Mental and Physical Health, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Bergen, Norway As we write this, covid-19 cases have … Read more

10 Common Investing Mistakes That Can Easily Be Avoided

As a financial adviser, I have helped hundreds of clients with their finances over the course of my career. Clients come in with concerns often having already made a misstep or two, but I’ve observed some common investing mistakes that can easily be avoided. I’m happy to share the top 10 investing mistakes to steer … Read more

Investing in Bonds vs Stocks: Ideas for 2023

Index Definitions S&P 500 Index: The Standard & Poor’s (S&P) 500 Index tracks the performance of 500 widely held, large-capitalization US stocks. Risk Considerations Equity securities may fluctuate in response to news on companies, industries, market conditions and general economic environment. The value of fixed income securities will fluctuate and, upon a sale, may be … Read more

Will the Stock Market Crash in 2023? 7 Risk Factors | Investing

Through Nov. 21, the S&P 500 is already down 17.1% – including dividends – in 2022. Even so, while the stock market has certainly underperformed this year, the S&P 500 pullback is nowhere near the index’s 34% landslide in March 2020 or its 50% crash in the 2008-2009 Great Recession. That’s the thing with investing … Read more

Mazda unveils $11 bln EV spending plan, considers investing in battery production

TOKYO, Nov 22 (Reuters) – Japan’s Mazda Motor Corp (7261.T) on Tuesday unveiled a $10.6 billion spending plan to electrify its vehicles and said it was also considering investing in battery production. The company also raised its sales target for electric vehicles (EVs) to up to 40% of its global total by 2030, as automakers … Read more

Feature: ‘Investing in health could boost economic activity’

ZIMBABWE needs to invest more in health systems as a key driver to unlocking economic development and deal with challenges such as rising poverty, food insecurity, and unemployment, experts have urged. The experts say there is a positive correlation between health expenditure and economic growth putting forth the argument that healthcare spending stimulates economic growth. … Read more