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Humbly Rich

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Humbly Rich
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Early Retirement
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Start Year:
2018

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India
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30s
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Read time: 6 Minutes "Ambitious people are in a rush. They see life as a series of goals. Which is as such not a bad thing if they know how to pause for a while, cherish the outcome of each goal and then aspire to target the next. In this post, we would discuss some small ways in which we can add more fun to the journey. There are two phases ...
Posted: Mar 26 2019 @ 12:18 PM
We learn compound interest formula in the school, but I bet, we do not understand its true power. Let us take a closer look at it. Meet Shruti (age 21), who got a job at TCS after her B.Tech in CS with starting salary of INR 25,000 per month which translates to INR 3 Lacs... Continue Reading → ...
Posted: Mar 24 2019 @ 3:10 AM
Lately, I got a bit more involved in the gamut of investing. Though it was fun reading the financial statements, going through companies’ fundamentals, financial metrics and optimism/pessimism of the market etc, but with the full-time job and family, this was too overwhelming. In this post, I want to discuss the index funds from a… Read more ...
Posted: Feb 10 2019 @ 12:43 PM
Here is a snippet of a conversation: Tax consultant (TC): Usually people have less income during retirement, and most of the time, they fall in the least tax slabs.Me: That sounds horrible, I want to retire rich. Potentially early, too. And, with a constant source of income.TC: Alright, then let us go with that strategy… Read more ...
Posted: Feb 04 2019 @ 12:33 AM
It had been quite a turn-off to look at the market from investment perspective throughout year 2018. Every now and then, it looked damn expensive to enter. Many of the valuation reports I carried or came across turned out to be like, the company is a great business but not at current valuations. I really… Read more ...
Posted: Jan 13 2019 @ 9:28 PM
It has been some time since I last wrote on the website, my apologies. A part of it, I was brainstorming an idea of the point of writing this blog. I was struck quite hard by the Socratic paradox “I know that I know nothing” or in other words “As much I am learning/knowing, one… Read more ...
Posted: Jan 06 2019 @ 10:31 PM
Recently, I read an article in the economics times on three categories of people who made it big in terms of money. I find a lot of synergy of that article with our article on Path to Wealth From Employee to Investor. Here is a small comparison snippet. The article says such people who make… Read more ...
Posted: Aug 31 2018 @ 9:35 AM
In today’s post, I want to introduce John Volanthen who recently emerged as a world hero. Many of you might be aware of the recent news about a group of young footballers trapped and rescued from a cave in Thailand. To give some context, here is a brief narration. The boys entered into the cave… Read more ...
Posted: Jul 14 2018 @ 12:23 AM
Has it ever happened that you or your partner wants to buy gold and there is an argument? It is a common issue because gold is a bit debatable metal. It comes with some pros and cons. Gold has enjoyed this premium position traditionally in our lives as we buy it on different occasions. Because… Read more ...
Posted: Jul 05 2018 @ 8:12 AM
The ultimate way to make wealth is “to put your money to work”. The cashflow quadrant (below figure) defines this quite well. People can be categories into one of the quadrants. In this post, we will try to have a closer look at what does it mean and how one can build the ultimate wealth… Read more ...
Posted: Jun 29 2018 @ 9:21 AM

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