To introduce myself, this is Raj and I am a techie doing his 9 to 6 job in a managerial role in finance sector and have immense interest in the areas of personal finance, mutual funds, taxation, etc. I have a master’s degree in business administration after completing my bachelors in technology if that adds any trust to my profile about what I say here.
Mint Investor breathed to life to answer my urge looking for self-help guides in personal finance in India, to brief in the initial days of my career when I want start investing as a techie the first thing I have done is to Google about the information I need and I found that there is a lot of knowledge gap (with few exceptions) that needs attention and should be filled in the areas of personal finance. Quite often the information there on web is creating confusions to the do-it-yourself (DIY) investors and as I explore more about this, I thought of contributing my little knowledge that I have gained over years and be a definitive guide (for those who are starting up) in helping to shape up personal finances of the individuals.
I don’t claim myself as a personal finance guru or an expert in this field but as a personal finance enthusiast I would certainly be able to share my views on the topics I knew. If you are looking for any help for shaping up your personal finance areas, please don’t hesitate to contact me. You can also subscribe to this blog using your email or like us on Facebook follow us on twitter to get the latest updates.
Why Should You Follow Mint Investor?
If you are serious about managing your finances and want to handle most of the things in your own way and you want to call yourself as a DIY Investor, then I would recommend you to follow MintInvestor as I would be publishing more how to guides, easy hacks to manage finances, best practices in managing personal finance, etc.
PS: I would advise people not to construct investment plans based on my ideas, although I can be of some help for you to certain extent my ultimate suggestion is to contact SEBI registered certified financial planner (CFP)’s (until I am one, I have plans to purse but it will take some time) if you are really serious about money and need personalized advice.