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53 minutes | a month ago
Hidden risks to the financial system
Are the recent problems - GME, Greensill and Archegos - signs of a damaged financial system that is so terribly fragile that a slightly bigger disaster can easily crush it? Like what Covid has done to the world's health system, are there more hidden risks in our financial system that can trigger a repeat of 2008? In this episode, Deepak and Shray explore what's happened in the US over the past few months, and examples of hidden leverage within India - from Harshad Mehta to Karvy, Zee, DHFL and more.
81 minutes | 2 months ago
Foundations of health for the wealth-walas, with LiveAltLife
On today’s show, Deepak invites Vivek Subramanyam of LiveAltLife to discuss the one thing without which wealth means very little - health. Vivek breaks down the foundations of health to help avoid or even reverse lifestyle diseases as Deepak draws paralells on human behavior from the world of investing.
63 minutes | 3 months ago
How the Govt borrows and why you should lend to them directly
On today’s show, Shray asks Deepak about government borrowing and debt, how the RBI can help bring down borrowing costs, the new rules that make your provident fund much less attractive and how we can now invest directly in Government bonds instead of Fixed Deposits.
47 minutes | 4 months ago
Shrinking FD rates, expensive loans and where to invest instead
In this episode, Shray and Deepak discuss the evaporating returns from safe investments such as FDs, what it means for lending, and how should you invest in this new (to India) low interest-rate world.
29 minutes | 7 months ago
Momentum investing, unintuitive yet effective
In this episode, Shray and Anoop discuss momentum investing and how we implement it as portfolios at Capitalmind.
40 minutes | 8 months ago
Getting started with health insurance
In this episode, Deepak and Shray invite Ruchir, co-founder of OneAssure, to walk us through how to get started with health insurance.
33 minutes | 9 months ago
How trend following can make buy and hold better
In this episode, Shray and Sandeep discuss how adding a trend following layer to a long-only portfolio can help enhance returns and lower drawdowns, in the context of Capitalmind Chase - our own such strategy.
42 minutes | 9 months ago
The Big Hairy Audacious Reliance
In this episode Deepak takes on the Reliance Jio story. Is the stock in a bubble, is there any danger of it becoming a monopoly and why is there only one Reliance in India. Preview "Dhirubhai Ambani himself is responsible for a lot of the shareholder culture in India. Till the early 80s minority Shareholders were considered like second class citizens - there were institutions and promoters - that was all that people cared about. In Dalal street, the “Operators” would consider retail shareholders the pits, they would con people all the time. People would lose money, no one would care. Reliance was one of the few companies that would care about the shareholders. People from his village, from Gujarat would come in and buy shares of Reliance - those people are now probably multi multi millionaires. He built that culture."
77 minutes | 10 months ago
Discussing credit scores, trust, valuing your time and habits of the wealthy with Kunal Shah
Deepak Shenoy of Capitalmind hosts Kunal Shah of CRED as they analyze the affluent - their spending patterns, usage of credit and habits that help them succeed. They talk about high trust groups, creating wealth and incentivizing good behavior. Preview Less than 1% will know what their income per hour is. Therefore, if you find somebody who is making Rs 5,000 per hour (and there are many ways to calculate this). But let’s say you spend 30 mins to get a Rs 1,000 discount on your flight ticket - was it worth your time?
47 minutes | a year ago
Why credit rating agencies are irrelevant and deserve a downgrade (EP28)
On today’s show, Shray asks Deepak about the recent downgrade of India by Moody’s. Should we care? Are rating agencies more or less relevant after the 2008 debacle and what does the downgrade mean for India. Preview "There’s an internal class system they have developed. Whether it is between companies or across countries. The developed countries get a different framework to work with and what they call the non-developed is held to a different standard."
65 minutes | a year ago
The run on debt mutual funds. Is your money safe? (EP 27)
On today's show, Shray and Deepak discuss debt mutual funds. How do they really work? What do they invest in? And how do you evaluate these funds before investing in them? Preview "The whole money supply in India is about 150 lakh crores. Half of that is in Fixed Deposits with banks. Around 30-40 lakh crores is sitting with government bonds/funds issued by the government. The rest in retail deposits. Debt Mutual funds are nascent in comparison... we’ve calculated that you can pay 80% less tax if you hold a debt fund giving roughly the same interest as an FD if you hold it for 3+ years, even if you take out money from time to time. The tax advantage is huge for individuals who are in higher tax brackets."
45 minutes | a year ago
Who moved my market? FIIs? (EP 26)
On today's show, Shray and Deepak discuss FIIs (Foreign Institutional Investors). Who are they, how big are they, and what role do they play in our markets? Read the transcript here.
48 minutes | a year ago
How do you invest through a panic? (EP 25)
On today’s show, we discuss the extreme volatility in financial markets and the Covid-19 pandemic affecting our daily lives. Is this a panic? How to we invest through this storm? Read the transcript here.
38 minutes | a year ago
How big is LIC anyway? (Ep-24)
On today’s show, Deepak Shenoy (CEO) and Aditya Jaiswal (Analyst) try to understand the ₹30 trillion behemoth, the Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC). Transcript: https://www.capitalmind.in/2020/02/podcast-how-big-is-lic-anyway/
60 minutes | a year ago
How India’s amazing new financial infrastructure will enable better, more inclusive “Bharat UX” (Ep-23)
On today's show, Deepak Shenoy (CEO) and Sahil Kini (Co-founder and CEO, Setu) talk about the problems ailing the Indian financial infrastructure and how APIs are shaping the way digital businesses are built. Transcript: https://www.capitalmind.in/2020/02/indias-new-financial-infrastructure-will-enable-better-more-inclusive-bharat-ux/
29 minutes | a year ago
How Budget 2020 impacts the way you save and invest (Ep-22)
On today's show, Deepak Shenoy (CEO) and Aditya Jaiswal discuss the impact of the union budget on our savings and investments- would you be better off moving on to the new tax regime? how does the budget impact your mutual funds (dividend options)? Are the Arb fund dividend reinvestment plans dead? Transcripts: https://www.capitalmind.in/2020/02/podcast-22-how-budget-2020-impacts-the-way-you-save-and-invest/
45 minutes | a year ago
The amazing rise of passive and what you need to do about it (Ep-21)
Is passive investing making investors insensitive to price and valuations? Is this distorting the capital flows to the market? In U.S, the market share for passively managed funds has risen to about 51 percent, but what is the number for India? Where do we stand? Transcripts: https://www.capitalmind.in/2020/01/the-amazing-rise-of-passive-and-what-you-need-to-do-about-it Deepak Shenoy (CEO) and Aditya Jaiswal (Analyst) answer these and a lot more questions on today’s show.
27 minutes | a year ago
Surviving a bear attack - how Dhirubhai did it (Ep-20)
On today’s show, Deepak Shenoy (CEO) and Aditya Jaiswal (Analyst) take you back to the 80s, when the Indian stock market was all wild wild west. It's the April of 1982, a powerful bear cartel has raided the shares of Reliance, they short sell Reliance shares so heavily that it plummets from Rs131 to Rs121 in a short span of time. They have done it in the past and they have done it to many, but this time they have messed up with Dhirubhai Ambani- a businessman who was known for his astute business acumen. Will the bears succeed? or will the tables be turned? Transcript: https://www.capitalmind.in/2020/01/podcast-surviving-a-bear-attack-how-dhirubhai-did-it/
42 minutes | a year ago
Investing in NPS? The good, the bad, and the annuity (Ep-19)
On today’s show, Deepak Shenoy (CEO) and Aditya Jaiswal (Analyst) discuss the New Pension Scheme in detail. Transcript: https://www.capitalmind.in/2020/01/podcast-19-understanding-the-new-pension-scheme/ We discuss the NPS from the perspective of a 30 year old who opts for NPS and contributes INR50,000 every year. How much will he accumulate at retirement? What happens if he loses his job after 5 years? How will the forced annuity impact him at retirement? If he doesn’t wants to opt for NPS, how much should his investments earn to beat the NPS returns plus the associated tax benefits of NPS?
38 minutes | a year ago
How to Master Your Cash Flows with Credit-Cards and Overdrafts (Ep-18)
On today’s show, Deepak Shenoy (CEO) and Vashistha Iyer (COO) discuss effective ways to make life simpler by managing cash flows using credit cards and bank overdrafts. Transcripts: https://www.capitalmind.in/2019/12/how-to-master-your-cash-flows-with-credit-cards-and-overdrafts/ Heads-up: 1. Is parking money in bank accounts a risky proposition? 2. If you earn 1 lakh a month and you get a 1 lakh credit card bill, what do you do? Do you not invest that month? 3. Do 'No-cost EMIs' really cost nothing? 4. If you consistently use more than 60-80% of your credit card's limit, does it affect your credit score? 5. Is it better to have multiple credit cards? 6. Is it safer to swipe your credit card more often than your debit card?
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