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Important things to do as an Equity Investor - Global Economic Crisis Fear

Important things to do as an Equity Investor - Global Economic Crisis Fear Instead of saying that the Global Stock Market Indices fell due to the Coronavirus attack, the Panic of the news is actually down to the Stock Market. This is not just for the Equity Market, but for the Common Economy. It can be said that the Economic Recession Fear of the past two years has now settled. The Global Economic news over the past few months has been the Brexit Deal, Crude Oil, US-China Trade war, US-Iran War Panic, Automobile Sales, Global Warming, China's Debt, the Covid - 19 and the Saudi Oil war. In addition, changes in the state's new policies, Recent Domestic amendments, Slowdown in GDP, Unemployment rate and the recent scenario in the Indian Banking System. Although the average human in the nation does not understand the exact reason for this, in fact the economy has affected them alone. After Globalisation, if there is a problem in the United States, it will affect India and if our Co

Long Term Capital Gains Tax - Equity - Explained 2018

  Long Term Capital Gains Tax - Equity - Explained 2018   Budget India 2018 reported by the Finance minister Mr. Arun jaitley last week (1st Feb, 2018) that everyone was expected on Income Tax slab changes and related on Tax saving things. But, nothing has done on these expectations. The Budget proposed to tax for the equity on Long term Capital Gains (LTCG), and this unseen destined the investors in the market on same day. They started the Long term Capital Gains for equity taxed at 10 % without indexation, if the capital gains exceeding more than 1 lakh rupee. This is applicable too for equity oriented mutual funds. This proposed tax is not a new thing, but before the Former Finance minister Mr. Chidambaram revamping it in the budget 2004-05, proposed to abolish the tax on long term capital gains for equity and recommend to levy a small tax called, 'Securities Transaction Tax (STT) ". Now, Mr. Arun Jaitley brought back this with tax at 10 %, but not removing the Securities