is the NfO euphoria Good for investors?
New fund offers are being launched a dime a dozen. But
does it make sense for investors to subscribe to them?
Daring the third Wave
Aided by a rapid vaccination drive and economic
recovery, India is unlikely to be wounded badly even if
Covid breaks out again
is the Grass Greener for Unicorns?
The challenges and criticisms start-ups face as they line
up to launch initial public offerings
In July 1998, the Group launched "Intelligent Investor" re-christened as "OUTLOOK MONEY" as of 30-Nov-2002, India's first personal finance magazine, which offers sound strategies for the lay investor, especially the growing segment of salaried middle and upper middle-class and self-employed professionals. Its message is clear and simple: 'Invest well, borrow wisely, spend smartly'. Evidently, that message has gone down well: the magazine sold upwards of 1,00,000 copies a fortnight within a year. One of its distinguishing characteristics is that about 93 per cent of readers retain all past issues of Outlook Money