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Alert on more product reviews. Alert on new comments on this reviews. The ingenuineness of this review appears doubtful. Justify your opinion. The tagline of the magazine reads'nikshepakarude vazhi kaatti' investors' guide.
Although the magazine claims to be a guide to investors, I think the magazine is good for newbie investors only. It is good for newbie investors, but seasoned investors find it grossly inadequate. After the odd feeling of reading finance and investment topics in Malayalam is over, I could find the magazine as a guide to insurance policies, mutual fund schemes, stocks and tax planning. The magazine has stock suggestions, without ticker symbols.
The writers pick a few stocks and ask readers to consider them. Though the stocks are good bargains at the prices mentioned in the magazine, they are already trading at double the prices by the time I checked the prices. Buy the stocks at available prices and you are making big speculations. I do not expect anything better from a magazine, which is published once in three months. Both issues had in the last page, a Tax Corner feature, where tax related doubts by readers are cleared. The questions mailed in by the readers are answered straight, clearly and in simple language.
The magazine has several pluses and a few minuses. The strong points are Tax Corner, insurance advice and mutual fund advice. The write up on systematic investment plan SIP offered by different fund houses was an insightful one and would inspire youth to separate a monthly sum towards investments. The writers could do a better job by introducing better-managed funds. The column titled'Portfolio Doctor' is the weakest link.
This column generally discusses the asset allocation of an investor and suggests a prescription for weaknesses in portfolio allocation. The writer has to identify some weak points in the asset allocation and suggest a remedy for a selected portfolio followed by an investor. The prescriptions are hurriedly prepared and do not qualify as studied suggestions. The November issue discussed a portfolio of Dr. Saji P Soman and Bindhu. The first prescription was to diversify the stocks to different stocks I approve the suggestion from current domination of infrastructure stocks.
The second suggestion is to entrust a portfolio management to handle the stocks Nov issue, p. I think a portfolio management service is not necessary for someone who has significant levels of investments in mutual funds and knows what he is doing with his money. Moreover, Warren Buffet has told you to "make your own firewood, it warms you twice".
The investor doesn't go for a PMS, but will reduce risks by diversifying his stocks to pharma, communications, entertainment, tourism and banking sectors. The asset allocation of the couple revolves around stocks only.
That is the weak point of the portfolio. It doesn't involve any real estate and gold. The saddest part is the writer starts the column by praising the absence of real estate and bullion in the portfolio — the writer also encourages average families to copy the investment style a big mistake.
A good suggestion would be to lock in the profits from stocks, at least three years before a significantly important event and redirecting the investments to assured return funds. This step is important. Even though the good stocks can perform well in the long run, it can go down in short terms. You will lose money, if you are forced to redeem cash during a dip in the stock market.
You will insulate yourself against such risks, if you redirect your cash to assured return funds. There was a review on Benjamin Graham's world renowned book, The Intelligent Investor, which is a necessary read for everyone investing in stocks or anything. The facing page p. Benjamin Graham in his book talks in detail about concepts like'margin of safety', which is about identifying the real value of a stock and buying it at a price lower than the real value.
While day trading is the recipe to burning your shirt and underwear , 'margin of safety' is something that protects you from the volatilities of markets.
I find it a bit odd to print these two concepts in face to face pages. Who makes the good readership? Anyone who doesn't have any insurance, mutual funds and stocks, but likes to get started. The Tax Corner is also good for tax payers. People with some experience in money and investment matters feel this magazine inadequate.
Upload photo files with. Image size per photo cannot exceed 10 MB. Hi Do the publishers have an english version of this magazine? Good review Keep writing Sudipto. By: sudipto33 Dec 26, PM.
No, they don't have an English version. Thank you. By: afpj Dec 27, AM. By: jijeshmangala Sep 14, PM. I mean, can I subscribe the magazine through online?? By: sathishcfp Apr 30, PM. You people have to check and analyse before giving any articles in magazine.. It is too bad that you people has given some articles without checking the proper details This is my suggestion By: Jeenu Jun 29, AM.
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Sambadyam is a personal investment magazine in Malayalam which serves as a friend and advisor in helping readers take an informed decision on Investments and Financial planning. This monthly magazine covers broad spectrum of investment options including Stocks, Mutual funds, Insurance, retirement planning and Taxes. It comes out with an attractive presentation style and simple language for a common man to follow. How does Manorama Sampadyam iPad Subscription feature work? Subscription is automatically renewed unless users opts out of the subscription.
Sambadyam is a personal investment magazine in Malayalam which serves as a friend and advisor in helping readers take an informed decision on Investments and Financial planning. This monthly magazine covers broad spectrum of investment options including Stocks, Mutual funds, Insurance, retirement planning and Taxes. It comes out with an attractive presentation style and simple language for a common man to follow. How does Manorama Sambadyam iPad Subscription feature work?