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India is still “Golden Bird” with 101 billionaires Forbes 2017

India is still “Golden Bird” with 101 billionaires Forbes 2017

The Forbes list of the ‘World’s Billionaires’ 2017 consists of 2,043 of the richest people in the world who have a combined net worth of $7.67 trillion, a record 18% increase over the past year.

The list has been topped by Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates for the fourth year in a row. He has been the richest person in the world for 18 out of the past 23 years.

Top 10 World Billionaires

Gates has a fortune of $86 billion, up from $75 billion last year, followed by Berkshire Hathaway chief Warren Buffet with a new worth of $75.6 billion. Amazon’s Jeff Bezos added $27.6 billion to his fortune; now worth $72.8 billion, moving into the top three in the world for the first time, up from number five a year ago.

US President Donald Trump is ranked 544th on the list with his net worth of $3.5 billion. India is home to 101 billionaires, the first time it has more than 100 super rich individuals.

The US continues to have more billionaires than any other nation, with a record 565, up from 540 a year ago. China is catching up with 319, Germany has the third most with 114 and India has the fourth highest number of billionaires.

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Indian Billionaires with their Net Worth

There are nearly 20 people of Indian-origin who have made fortunes in various nations across the world, led by UK-based Hinduja brothers ranked 64th with $15.4 billion net worth, Indian-born tycoon Pallonji Mistry, who controls the 152-year-old Mumbai-headquartered engineering giant Shapoorji Pallonji Group at the 77th spot with $14.3 billion net worth and petrochemicals major Indorama co-founder Sri Prakash Lohia at the 288th spot with $ 5.4 billion net worth.

Mistry’s younger son Cyrus is embroiled in a legal battle with the Tata Group after he was suddenly ousted as chairman of Tata Sons, a position he had held since 2012.

WHAT FORBES SAID ABOUT INDIAN BILLIONAIRES?

Ambani, 59, leads the pack of Indian billionaires, coming in at the 33rd position with a net worth of $23.2 billion. Forbes said the “oil and gas tycoon” sparked a price war in India’s hyper-competitive telecom market with the launch of 4G phone service Jio last September.

His younger brother Anil is ranked 745th with a net worth of $2.7 billion. The younger Ambani sibling “orchestrated the merger of his Reliance Communication’s telecom business with that of rival Aircel, controlled by Malaysian billionaire Ananda Krishnan. The combine, which awaits regulatory approvals, will be the country’s fourth-largest mobile phone operator,” Forbes said.

Next on the list of Indian billionaires is ArcelorMittal Next on the list of Indian billionaires is ArcelorMittal chairman and CEO Lakshmi Mittal on the 56th spot with a net worth of $16.4 billion. Forbes said the Indian steel baron regains his status as the world’s second richest Indian on an uptick in steel prices and demand.

The list includes only four women billionaires from India, led by Savitri Jindal and her family at the 303rd position with a net worth of $5.2 billion.

Shocking elements in Forbes List

Founder of mobile wallet Paytm Vijay Shekhar Sharma is ranked 1567 with his net worth of $ 1.3 billion. Forbes said Paytm was “one of the biggest beneficiaries of the government’s decision to demonetise 86% of India’s rupees and move to a cashless economy”, notching up 200 million registered users and five million transactions daily.

Making his debut on the list at 814th spot is Acharya Balkrishna, friend of yoga guru Baba Ramdev, who holds 97% stake in the fast-growing consumer goods firm Patanjali Ayurveda. His net worth is $2.5 billion.

Forbes said Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg moved up to number five for the first time, after his fortune raised $11.4 billion in 12 months.

 

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Stock Market key to Success: Profitaim Reviews

Stock Market key to Success: Profitaim Reviews

The best place to make money with minimum investment and instant return is the Stock Market and this statement is assured by Profitaim Research Advisory.

1.For stock investing the fundamental analysis is very crucial

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Fundamental analysis involves the evaluation of the long term prospects of a company and its competitive advantage. Most importantly analyze the financial performance of a company which involves Profit-earning ratio, Profit-to-sales ratio and cash flow generation.

2. Investors have to understand the financial terms and the companies’ annual report

Self-Analysis of Companies' Annual report

To understand the financial terms might be time- consuming for investors but the self –analysis of companies’ annual report is very beneficial and crucial before investing in a particular company. In the self-analysis of companies’ annual report you have to do the maths with ratios as well as should consider all the factors affecting the company’s performance like profitability, capital adequacy, debt burden and ability to service debts.

3. Stock investing demands Patience from Investors

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In Stock market trading, “Patience is a Trader’s Asset”. If the traders loose patience then they have to bear losses in trading. As said by Legendary investor Warren Buffett says his favorite holding period is “forever”. Proper patience is needed throughout the lifecycle of the trade, at entry, while holding and exit.

4. Keep update yourself with World News

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As an investor you have to update yourself with the world news because all are aware with the fact that the company with news shows upward and downward movement in stock market, which is essential for trading.

5. Sell the stocks at the right time is equally important than buying good stocks

Take Buying-Selling decision at right time in stock market

Successful investors always know when to sell stocks based on the value of the underlying companies. They sell when the thing that makes a company great no longer applies. A company falling out of favor with a consumer or having a market capitalization that exceeds other companies within its industry can be an indication the company is no longer great. However, all investing is subjective, and there is no universal rule that tells investors when to sell.