Update: Mumbai Investing Workshop

I am delighted to announce that  P V Subramanyam (subramoney.com), or Subra as he is popularly known, will be speaking on retirement planning and incorrect perceptions about it, at the Workshop on financial planning and goal-based investing  to be held at Mumbai on Feb 1st 2015.

He will join,

Uma Shashikant - Director CIEL (Centre for Investment Education and Learning), who will speak on stock selection, and why it is a really tough job.

Sharad Singh - founder, thefundoo.com, who will speak on"True Lies: How analysis can help in investments?"

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and yours truly. I will speak on basic steps of financial planning,  aspects of volatile compounding, the nature of stock market returns, goal-based investing, mutual fund selection and analysis, asset allocation and basics of portfolio management.

The event is partly sponsored by thefundoo.com

Registration

This is a ‘not-for-profit’ event. All organization costs such as hall rent, breakfast, lunch, evening tea and audio visual arrangements and my travel will be shared equally by all participants. My sincere thanks to Mr.  Sundaram Ananthakrishnan who toiled hard to make all necessary arrangements.

Registration fee: Rs. 750 per person 

Please register via this link.  Spot-registration is not possible. Register Today!

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16 thoughts on “Update: Mumbai Investing Workshop

  1. Arvind

    I thought of asking you to pull Subra too, when i read the post yesterday...Happy to see my wish being full filled 🙂

    Arvind

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  2. Arvind

    I thought of asking you to pull Subra too, when i read the post yesterday...Happy to see my wish being full filled 🙂

    Arvind

    Reply

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