Economics Session for 10th,11th & 12th at just Rs. 99

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These days with rising cases of covid-19, the segment which have affected more are students because the time and oppurtunity they lost in past days and ongoing days, would not reverse back.

With the digitization too has took the learning to next step along with steep rise in cost. most of the courses available on the internet are really good and inspirational but cant affordable to all segment of student group, specially if we talk about few subjects in which students generally require a pioneer or guide.

Taking this as a problem, we are starting special Economics batches in the evening time at a very nominal cost to cover all segment of the society which can be accessed via mobile phone and unlimited access of query resolution.

In this session , we are covering all the topics as covered in the syllabus of CBSE as well as practical examples and unlimited question answer handling.

Being a Financial Firm and Training Arm of Lakshya Wealth ,we will be focussed more on the concept clearance over syllabus covering.

Total Session : 20 per month
Cost per session: Rs. 99
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Time Reflected Towards small & Midcap segment Again- As mutual Funds cutting Exposure to Large cap

As we encountered the biggest turnaround time in past few months, amid changes took place in the investment arena, mutual funds also churning their allocation wisely & Prudently.

Looks like the time has come to shift focus beyond the largecaps and zero in on the broader market on Dalal Street. Or that is what the latest buy-sell data of SBI Mutual Fund – the country’s largest asset management firm – is indicating.

The 50-share Nifty gained 55 per cent to 11,642 till October 30 from its 52-week low of 7,511 hit on March 24. The index closed at 12,938 on Wednesday, November 18. The rally has taken Nifty’s price to earnings (P/E) ratio to 34.94 times as of November 17 from a 10-year average of 22.55 times.

In October, the fund house lowered its holding in at least 40 Nifty companies, as their valuations turned expensive amid the ongoing stocks rally from the March lows. In turn, they raised stakes in several midcap and small cap stocks from across sectors.

A fiscal booster is a must to kickstart the long overdue economic and earnings cycle in India. A decisive reflationary shift in global policy can be an added tailwind. Real estate, which has an important bearing on the economy owing to the high multiplier impact, is showing early signs of recovery, which is encouraging.

With growth becoming more broad based, this polarization should reverse. Looked through other lenses, this would mean a reversal in polarisation in value versus growth, smallcaps versus largecaps, cyclicals versus defensives, and more importantly emerging markets versus developed markets. For India, a global reflation could just be the icing on the cake.