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A Little About Me

Hello, my name is Aryan Agarwal and I’m here with my first blog – Financetasy.
This blog will mostly be about investing in the Indian market, how college students should manage their money and invest it properly and how to create wealth.

So a little bit about myself, I am an MBA student at NMIMS, Mumbai. My
interests are finance and investing. This creates a unique position for me to share my knowledge and learnings with you all to help you gain from it too.

The main purpose of this blog is to bring new content about international market, stock analysis, investing, reviews and underlying stock and mutual funds explanation.

Throughout this blog we will dive into exciting topics and focus on the importance and need of investing, with the main question being “WHY?”. Instead of deciding to invest and grow your money by looking at others, we will understand how and why to do it ourself. This blog will help you to grow your money independently and all by yourself!

So follow this financial journey with me and make the most of it.

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CLOSED ECONOMY VS OPEN ECONOMY

There are two models of circular flow of income namely, Closed Economy ModelOpen-Economy Model CLOSED ECONOMY is one in which there are no exports and imports. The economy is self-sufficient and self-reliant. In this economy, Gross Domestic Product is equal to Gross...

DEBT MONETIZATION

DEBT MONETIZATION

Debt monetization or monetary financing or monetizing the deficit is the Government borrowing money from the central bank (RBI) to finance public spending instead of selling bonds to the private sector or raising taxes. It is often informally and pejoratively called...

Inflation And Inflation Expectations

Inflation And Inflation Expectations

Inflation refers to the rise in the prices of most goods and services of daily or everyday use, such as food, clothing, housing, transport, consumer staples, etc. Inflation expectations are simply the rate at which people, consumers, businesses, investors—expect...

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