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ET Now’s new series on personal finance

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New Delhi: ET Now launches a new series of investor education articles on personal finance. These articles are designed to help you simplify your finances and investments, regardless of your age, occupation, investment body, or investment style. If you have been wanting to invest your money in anticipation of fruitful gains but don’t know how to go about it, these articles will help you get started on your investing journey.

Navigating through market volatility and beyond:

Just as fundamentals such as tastes and preferences, shoe size, hair color and voice vary from person to person, so does each person’s investment style. While you’re very careful with your money, the person sitting right next to you might be someone who doesn’t mind taking a risk every now and then and investing in short-term gains. Whatever your investing style, you’re sure to find an article to help you invest your money without having to change what comes naturally to you.

So what should you watch out for?

While we’d rather keep the best bits under wraps, here’s a sneak peak at what the series will include. Articles such as The Early Investor, The Impulsive Investor, The Cautious Investor, and many more types of investors make up this series.

If you are an impulsive investor:

The article addressed the needs of people who like their trades quickly and come back faster. Browse this article for expert tips on how to invest your money, where to invest your money, how long to invest your money and more.

If you are a cautious (or overly cautious) investor:

For those who don’t mind playing the long game in exchange for guaranteed returns, experts guide you on how to plan and invest your money to ensure you get the most out of your investment.

If you are an early investor:

Stay tuned for the first article, titled The Early Investor, coming out tomorrow. The article is for all of you who have just entered the job market and don’t know how to save or invest your newly earned income, or any beginner looking to work your way up the investing ladder.

Find the shoe that’s right for you in one or more of these articles as they will guide you in investing depending on how you want to invest. With suggestions from experts and examples from real investors, this new series will surely be one to watch out for!

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