Manage stress Konnikova says she chose the game of poker to learn about luck and didn’t realize it would teach her about who she is as a person. “Stress and pressure make a very high-stakes environment, and you can get depleted very quickly because you constantly have to be thinking about your next step,” she says. “That’s draining and cognitively emotional. All of your issues and hang-ups, everything you carry with you, comes up.” … [Read more...] about What poker can teach you about living through a pandemic
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Two years back, he came across an online app that sensitized him to goal-based investing as well as spoke about the importance of a risk profile as a crucial step before investing. Kalpesh was impressed; he opened an account on this app, transferred his existing mutual fund schemes here and started investing. The advisor at this app firm reviewed my portfolio and suggested many changes for repairing the portfolio. From 10 mutual fund schemes, Kalpesh now invests in just four. His portfolio has also been doing well, despite the COVID-19 induced market volatility. … [Read more...] about Millennials love investing via apps, but are they aware of the pitfalls?
“After many years, the United States is finally waking up to Beijing’s plans and ambitions to pass us as the dominant economic & military superpower in the 21st Century. What’s happening now is that the U.S. is finally responding (thank you President Trump). This is taking….. … [Read more...] about How many times has President Trump thanked himself on Twitter? I have the answer
The CEIB had then told the Indian government that a top politician carried the coins in his luggage and travelled from Mumbai (then Bombay) to London in the 1970s. Under Indian rules, luggage of the VIPs is not checked like those belonging to common passengers. The CEIB probe found that the conspiracy involved the Nizam's family and senior government officials who assisted the royal family when the coins were removed from the Nizam’s palace and taken out through Bombay Airport. … [Read more...] about The curious case of the missing Mughal era gold coins
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