The Finapolis

The Finapolis


The Finapolis is a premium Indian personal finance monthly magazine. It offers highly credible, actionable investment advice. The Finapolis' stock market research capabilities are unmatched. Besides the capital markets, we cover issues related to the entire spectrum of financial instruments such as mutual funds, insurance, commodities and real estate. The analysis is succinct and the design easy on the eye. The Finapolis combines impeccable research and high-quality journalism to decode complex world of investments and finance every month.

June 2014: The electoral triumph of Narendra Modi-led BJP government has fired up stock markets. With a strong stable mandate in place, there’s an expectation that the new government will usher in business-friendly policies and jumpstart the economy.

May 2014: India’s general election has been one of the most keenly awaited and watched events this year. Irrespective of which political party wins or loses -- NDA, UPA or a coalition -- our cover story in May issue tells you strategy for picking the individual stocks and sectors post-election, so that you, as an investor, remain on the winning side.

April 2014: The early bird catches the worm, so goes the cliché. When it come to retirement planning as well, the earlier you start planning for your nest egg, the greater corpus you would end up accumulating. However, a lot of working professionals start retirement planning late, say, in their early 40s or even later than that. Is it too late for these people? Our cover story tries to find answer to this crucial question in April issue and also deals with ways these people start planning for their retirement. Besides, there’s a lowdown on the National Pension System (NPS), the effective tool for retirement planning which many tend to ignore. Plus lots more in the April issue of The Finapolis.
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About The Finapolis
The Finapolis is a premium Indian personal finance monthly magazine. It offers highly credible, actionable investment advice. The Finapolis' stock market research capabilities are unmatched. Besides the capital markets, we cover issues related to the entire spectrum of financial instruments such as mutual funds, insurance, commodities and real estate. The analysis is succinct and the design easy on the eye. The Finapolis combines impeccable research and high-quality journalism to decode complex world of investments and finance every month.

June 2014: The electoral triumph of Narendra Modi-led BJP government has fired up stock markets. With a strong stable mandate in place, there’s an expectation that the new government will usher in business-friendly policies and jumpstart the economy.

May 2014: India’s general election has been one of the most keenly awaited and watched events this year. Irrespective of which political party wins or loses -- NDA, UPA or a coalition -- our cover story in May issue tells you strategy for picking the individual stocks and sectors post-election, so that you, as an investor, remain on the winning side.

April 2014: The early bird catches the worm, so goes the cliché. When it come to retirement planning as well, the earlier you start planning for your nest egg, the greater corpus you would end up accumulating. However, a lot of working professionals start retirement planning late, say, in their early 40s or even later than that. Is it too late for these people? Our cover story tries to find answer to this crucial question in April issue and also deals with ways these people start planning for their retirement. Besides, there’s a lowdown on the National Pension System (NPS), the effective tool for retirement planning which many tend to ignore. Plus lots more in the April issue of The Finapolis.

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