Friday, 28 June 2013

HUL Open Offer - A Quick Look

Hindustan Unilever is the giant in the Indian FMCG sector which has shown remarkable growth and has given its investors good returns in the past. On 21 Jun 2013 the parent company Unilever issued a voluntary open offer at Rs.600/- per share with an additional dividend of Rs.6 per share  in HUL to increase its stake in the Indian arm. Presently Unilever has 52.48% stake in HUL and with the open offer it aims to increase its stake to 75%.

Friday, 21 June 2013

Asset Allocation Decoded

Travelling to picturesque New Zealand or Switzerland on vacation? You won’t start your journey on a bicycle from here, right? You will take the correct mode of transportation. In this case, a flight!!

Similarly, we need to invest in the correct financial instrument to get returns in a time-bound manner so that we can fulfil our life’s goals in a planned manner.

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Current Account Deficit - How it Affects India's Economy

The ever increasing Current Account Deficit (CAD) seems to be the biggest issue for the nation’s economy which threatens to engulf everything else in its fold. But why is the CAD such an important factor and what are its effects? Let’s try to answer this for ourselves.

Saturday, 8 June 2013

RupyaGyan Weekly Digests

News is the pulse of the economy. News drives the markets and in-turn markets drive news. So, it is imperative that we keep our tabs on the news relevant to us as investors.

Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Incredible Stocks - Zydus Wellness

Wellness is the new in-thing and wellness products are slowly but surely making steady inroads into our lives. These products, unlike medicines are not a cure for any ailment but should be viewed as health aiding or enhancing supplements.

Sunday, 2 June 2013

RupyaGyan in ITB Directory of Best Indian Blogs 2012-13

Its the WOW!! moment for us! RupyaGyan has been listed in the Directory of best Indian Blogs 2012-13 by Indian Top Blogs.

Released on 30-May-2013, the list consists of 541 blogs from India or maintained by Indians considered best by ITB.