Ease of transaction is the biggest benefit for millennials. Get the know-your customer (KYC) process done in minutes, completely online, link your bank account and you’re good to go. Saurav Basu, Head of Wealth Management at Tata Capital says, “The financial apps are providing tutorials to investors, conducting video interactions with the fund managers, educating new investors with blogs, newsletters, etc. that help investors make an informed investment decision. Also, the interface is easy, which makes investing an enjoyable experience.” … [Read more...] about Millennials love investing via apps, but are they aware of the pitfalls?
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“Without the involvement of top government officials, it was not possible for the coins to be taken out of India,” says Ajay Agnihotri, the former Assistant Director General of Central Economic Intelligence Bureau (CEIB), who assisted then CEIB director, ML Wadhawan, in investigating the case. Now, the Indian government is keen to get the coins back because it genuinely believes the coins were smuggled out of India and is in the possession of some private collector. … [Read more...] about The curious case of the missing Mughal era gold coins
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The problem is that recycling much of this plastic waste is currently unfeasible and unprofitable. Polymers such as rubbers, elastomers, thermosets, and mixed plastic waste are comfortably labeled as “unrecyclable” by the recycling sector. But the amount of these materials all over the world is frighteningly large and keeps on growing. What if this plastic waste could be used to produce something useful to society? … [Read more...] about All plastic is technically recyclable. Why does so much of it end up in landfills?