Author: Chinmay Madgulkar

Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before Investing – Finance With Chinmay

Amateur investors lose their money as they invest based on hunches, tips & calls provided by brokers, internet articles or just because of the herd behaviour. This results in unavoidable and unnecessary risks which causes huge wipe out of the investor’s wealth. The difference between an amateur and a professional investor is that professional investors

Top-Down Vs Bottom-Up Approach Of Investing – Finance With Chinmay

Many new investors entering into stock markets have a common question – What approach should I have? Should I start with a ‘big picture’ i.e. economy, GDP growth rates, interest rates, currency rate, commodity prices, inflation etc which can affect broader stock markets which eventually will affect the price of an individual stock or should

Where To Invest (Alternative Investments) – Finance With Chinmay

After posting my last article on financial literacy (link), I received a lot of feedback and queries from the people that they are somewhat aware of traditional investment avenues and they were curious whether any other investment avenues are available which are not known to many but might generate better returns than traditional investments. There

‘Digital StartUps Vs MSMEs: Where Private Equity & VC Funding Is Actually Required’ – Finance With Chinmay

India has emerged as one of the largest hub for technology & IT/ITes startups including BPOs and KPOs with over 4300 of them directly employing more than 40 lakh people contributing to approximately 4% to our GDP. On the other hand, there are around 260 lakhs MSMEs directly employing over 800 lakh people with approximately

‘Inflation: From The Perspective Of Government, Investors, Industries, Consumers, Policy Makers And The Economy’ – Finance With Chinmay

Inflation is a highly debated phenomenon among the media, government, policymakers and economists. While investors and consumers expect zero inflation, government and central banks need inflation to keep the economy going. Inflation is an increase in the level of prices or increase in money supply. Due to increase in the supply of money, too much money