Five short videos from the freefincal youtube channel

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Some readers may be aware that I have a youtube channel with about 2000 subscribers. I have finally overcome my laziness to make short 3-4 minute videos as suggested by several readers in the past. Here are four of them. Will try and do more in the coming weeks.

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Did you read yesterdays post: Want to time the market with Nifty PE? Learn from Franklin Dynamic PE Fund

How to invest a lump sum in an equity mutual fund

How to invest a lump sum in an equity mutual fund

Full article: How to invest a lump sum in an equity mutual fund?

What is portfolio construction and management?

What is portfolio construction and management?

Why can’t I invest in equity over the short term?

What is sequence of returns risk?

Full article: Want to be financially free? Do not count on frugality! Worry about sequence of returns risk!

What is portfolio rebalancing? Why is it important?

What is portfolio rebalancing?

Full article: How to Rebalance Your Investment Portfolio

Should I invest in gold? Should gold be part of my portfolio?

Should I invest in gold? Should gold be part of my portfolio?

Full article: Smart ways to accumulate gold for a marriage

Do explore the rest of the videos in the freefincal youtube channel and subscribe to it.

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About the Author M Pattabiraman author of freefincal.comM. Pattabiraman is the co-author of two books: You can be rich too with goal based investing and Gamechanger. “Pattu” as he is popularly known, publishes unbiased, promotion-free research, analysis and holistic money management advice. Freefincal serves more than one million readers a year with numbers based analysis on topical issues and has more than a 100 free calculators on different aspects of insurance and investment analysis, including a robo advisory template for use by beginners. Contact information: freefincal {at} Gmail {dot} com He conducts free money management sessions for corporates (see details below). Previous engagements include World Bank, RBI, BHEL, Asian Paints.

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  1. Topic for short video: “Why tracking investment is intelligent ( or liberating ) than tracking expense? ” . I still do track expense as it gives handle into where money is going. May be… I did not understand what were conveying in your blog post by same title. However I think video mode would help capturing this opinion of yours …which will be useful for others to adopt.

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