There is no risk in being online. Expecting printed content to be relevant even after a month is wrong. Hence, the risk is really with the offline players. – Deepak Shenoy, Founder, Capitalmind
— Outlook Business (@OutlookBusiness) April 26, 2017
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Bengaluru-based Capitalmind, on the other hand, wants to be the Motley Fool of India. Their website provides information and detailed reports on economy, bonds and gold apart from equities. It sources numerical data from public sources like stock exchanges, RBI, finance ministry, etc.
They send regular newsletters to their subscribers with suggestions on what they can do with their portfolio, be it futures, options, stocks or bonds; or just how to generate cash flow.
“We provide a range of investment opportunity analysis which has something for every kind of investor. You get access to the tools we use for building our own model portfolios where we’ve generated over an average return of 30% over the last few years,” says Deepak Shenoy, founder of Capitalmind.
The website has a team of seven people who analyse and curate the acquired data. In the coming years, it plans to leverage on its research skills and turn into an SEBI approved advisor by 2018.
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