Sabse Bada Rupaiya : Personal Finance Lessons from Bollywood Movies

Sabse Bada Rupaiya : Personal Finance Lessons from Bollywood Movies (ENGLISH, Hardcover, AMIT TRIVEDI)


Sabse Bada Rupaiya : Personal Finance Lessons from Bollywood Movies  (ENGLISH, Hardcover, AMIT TRIVEDI)

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    • Language: ENGLISH
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Publisher: CNBC
    • ISBN: 9789387860063, 938786006X
    • Edition: FIRST, 2018
    • Pages: 174
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    Who doesn't love to watch a good movie? Well, the answer is obvious going by the popularity of Hindi cinema. It is not the same with the subject of finance. But now, here is a book by Amit Trivedi, that connects the complex and apparently boring subject of personal finance to Bollywood. The book contains fifty different stories that connects a movie, a scene, a dialogue or a song with concepts of personal finance and delivers the lessons in simple and lucid language. While everyone is interested in learning about personal finances and money, many find the subject dull and boring. With a vast experience in spreading financial literacy and mastery in storytelling, Amit has done a superb job of teaching important money concepts in an entertaining way. The book contains great education, but along with that it is entertaining too. Pick it up for a great “fun-and-learn” experience.
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    • 2018
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    • Amit considers himself a lifetime student of the subject of investment management and personal finance. In the quest to know more, he reads and writes; he listens and talks; basically trying to understand from the many teachers all around to be a better student. He also happens to write articles and also conducts training programs and workshops. Amit has written a book – “Riding The Roller Coaster – Lessons from financial market cycles we repeatedly forget”. He lives in Mumbai with his wife Nandita and two kids Meera and Dev.
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