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Creating Wealth With Mutual Funds

Creating Wealth With Mutual Funds
-Varun Gurnani

Being an aggressive investor is not necessary to create wealth with mutual funds for your mid-term and long-term goals – (Anonymous)

Mutual Funds (MFs) provide a safe and easy option in creating wealth. An MF is financial product that pools money from different individuals and invests it on their behalf into various assets, such as equity, debt, gold etc. According to the risk appetite and financial goal of the investor there are several schemes to choose from. Key Features of MFs are simplicity, affordability, professional management, diversification and liquidity. In the situation of whole country lockdown, Mutual Funds were only asset class to provide liquidity whereas banks, post office, insurance companies were not operating. Also, unlike several other financial products, MFs offer the freedom of not having to invest on a continuous basis in a situation of no cash flow. This means that the invested amount will have the potential to grow till one decides to liquidate it.

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Empower Agroecology

The 10 Elements Of AgroEcology – Guiding The Transition To Sustainable Food And Agricultural System
-Shreya Gangwar

According to Global Hunger Index 2020, 690 million people are undernourished, 144 million children suffer chronic malnutrition and 5.3 million children died before their fifth birthdays in 2018 and a million children suffer from wasting. Current crisis COVID-19, LOCUSTS attacks have increased food insecurity creating localized spikes in food prices, and reducing income-earning opportunities, thereby limiting the ability of vulnerable populations to purchase food and ecological condition are the reason for it. Now let see how this ecological condition will transit to sustainable food and agricultural systems and help in crops growth and motivating the farmers and displace malnourished with FAO principle on – “The 10 Elements of Agroecology” achieve Zero Hunger by 2030.

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