Learning From Paul Tudor Jones


Paul Tudor JonesDo watch this PBS documentary before its pulled down yet again. Link.Its certainly now worth the 100s of dollars people pay for old VHP copies of on e-bay.

My personal takeaways.

1.Take care to take money off the table periodically. Making back capital requires time, which is not renewable.

2.There is a certain inertia in stock markets. Even the realization of an eminent crash, doesn’t mean an immediate fall in prices. So contrarian bets at this stage make money.

3.Global capital spreads from asset class to asset class. Anticipating movements and manoeuvring oneself to take advantage of them could increase the rate of returns.

4.Takes an A-Type to be a trader. Certain sorts of things that stress B Types, are what A-Types live for.

Factor In Deflation


No matter what your financial dreams for the future, factor in deflation to succeed.

The 8 Year Stock Market Cycle


wealthymatterswealthymattersNow that you have the facts at hand, wait patiently no matter how hard it seems. Master stillness and you are well onto your way of becoming wealthy .Combine stillness with swiftness and decisiveness when right and you can’t but be wealthy.

BTW: Bhavikk’s office mates have a term for when a person can’t sit still when its best they should-behaving like Baba Ramdev!

 

helpstartup@rbi.org.in


Today if you have an idea and a business plan, there is probably some or other way to raise money for it somewhere or the other in the world. The offshore sources from which startups in India are raising funds include individuals, private equity players and crowdsourcing

Cross-border transactions of resident Indians are subject to the regulatory regime provided by the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 and businesses are supposed to know the law before raising capital. However ,the government observed that many of the startups are being promoted by very young and inexperienced individuals. Moreover, the amount raised by some of them run into only a few lakhs, making it difficult for them to hire law firms to ensure that they comply with FEMA.

So the RBI has now set up a dedicated helpline for advice on cross-border remittances which are subject to guidelines issued under the Foreign Exchange Management Act.The helpline is actually an email ID (helpstartup@rbi.org.in) through which the RBI will respond to queries and offer guidance/assistance to start-ups for undertaking cross-border transactions within the ambit of the regulatory framework.While seeking guidance, start-ups have to provide complete information to the RBI and mention the specific issues on which they need guidance in relation to the Foreign Exchange Management regulations so that the personnel attending the helpline can offer timely and effective information.

The Key To Success Online


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