In a recent post on some changes to Freefincal, I had mentioned a desire to write about non-financial subjects. I decided to revive my old blog, The Ground State - the trouble with being open-minded, and publish such posts there, so that Freefincal suffers from only one kind of neural diarrhea.
Warren Buffet, in a letter to his shareholders said, ‘do not ask a barber if you need a haircut’. This applies to many situations in life. In the present context, ‘never ask someone in the financial advisory business, if mutual fund selection is hard’.
Selecting a mutual fund is not rocket science. It can be done by anyone. Of course it requires a bit of effort, nothing unnatural about that. Anything in life that is worth doing requires effort.
"This is a guest post from Abhinav Gulechha. Abhinav is a Certified Financial Planner and writes at www.sohamfp.com. Views expressed are personal."
In today’s credit-driven economy in which we live, one can buy anything provided you have the income to support it. Owing to an easy availability of home loans and rising salary levels, it becomes all the easier for young couples to purchase a flat in a very young age.