Updated: Feb 15
Dilbert is pure genius. His strips and funny characters are loved by many around the world. Needless to say, a bit of humor cannot hurt, in any market - bull or bear. So, below are our top picks when it comes to the world of investing.
Not only do they charge you a ton, but you could learn the same stuff for free yourself! We have so many courses by influencers on YouTube or other social media platforms
Financial “gurus” love dishing out their special techniques for gold-digging in the stock market. They are everywhere - Telegram, WhatsApp, YouTube etc.
They claim that's how they made their alleged fortune. Now, they can get out of the game (they are financially independent!!), charge INR 15,000-20,000 to wannabee investors and make even more money from their specialized course with fancy excel sheets.
Investing, honesty and common sense are overrated, really.
Experts and talking heads on TV or social media channels (example Twitter) like to use complicated terms, to make it seem like they know what they’re talking about. Don’t be fooled. 9 times out of 10, they don’t. No more than you and me. If they did, they wouldn’t need to jump in front of you to earn living.
Investment Manager's fees
Yep, those active fund managers take a hefty pay from all the fees you’ve racked up by investing your money with them.
Watching your returns get eaten up over the years for rarely any extra returns, whilst they’re probably using that money to pay for their next vacation to the Mauritius. What’s the catch?
It’s not that complicated…just don’t put all your precious eggs in one precarious basket, that’s all.