May 4, 2020

Join our expert Neil Gordon as he discusses providing customers incredible value and building trust.

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With so much noise out there right now, it can feel harder than ever to attract more clients, more customers, and more followers as a whole. Add to that how everyone has collapsed into a scarcity mindset, and seem to be clinging to their in a way that may seem like making money as a company is impossible.

What some people do during times like these is to just post as much content as they can on social media and that someone will find them. What others do is try to generate leads by asking for email addresses in exchange for value. But these folks are overlooking a key strategy that inspires the most important asset in this

Walmart-owned digital payments firm said it has launched Super Funds, which will help investors identifying top equity, gold and of mutual fund has partnered with Aditya Birla Sun Life Mutual Fund (ABSLMF), one of the leading investment managers in India to launch this product.

The Super Fund identifies and invests in top funds across various categories and asset management (AMCs). It also allows users flexibility to choose between the three options – aggressive, moderate and conservative – based on the user’s investment style and risk comfort.

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“Super Funds will help our 200 million users create wealth in a simpler and safer way as all the complex investment decisions of finding the right balance between equity, gold and debt;

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Everything I know — from empathy to the principles of making money — I learned by following in the footsteps of my late father, Ted Cohen. We spoke for hours every day. He was, and always will be, my best friend, advisor and biggest advocate. A successful glassware importer with an impeccable work ethic, my father never missed a day on the job. If he were here today, he’d be worried about the millions of unemployed and struggling businesses across the country. The workers, drivers, construction workers and small- owners — those are the people he respected most. Looking back on his life and influence, the following five principles he showed me were critical to my success building and investing. 

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During the 1996 annual meeting of Berkshire Hathaway, a woman asked Chairman for some investment advice. She said she dabbled in stock with her husband, but they followed different strategies. Her husband bought perhaps 40 different companies for his portfolio. She largely stuck to buying two companies – and Corporation. She asked Buffett if her approach was right. He cautiously told her he didn’t recommend selling.

Berkshire continued to outperform in subsequent years and today is one of the world’s most-valuable company, with a market value of $1.3 trillion.

In the audience that day attending the meeting for the first time was Raamdeo Agrawal, chairman, Financial Services. He had been devouring Buffett’s annual reports for a while and had decided to attend the event in person. This was not easy then, he recalls, when cell phones