Learn About Finance & Investing


We feel that real influence is gained by sharing knowledge and educating by example.
So here we list, our "go-to places" for staying updated about finance & investing.

Experts to Follow

Rajeev Poddar
Finnovationz
Rachana Ranade

My Favourite Economics Teacher & an inspiration to many, works day in and day out to push his students (current & past) towards being updated about current affairs.
He has founded a website ‘Knowledge Capsules’ which shares a detailed view on very unique news pieces across the globe. He even shares these new pieces on Instagram, What's App & Facebook to be able to reach out to his students on every platform (There is no escape from SIR :D).

Recently, sir has joined the Unacademy Platform to expand his reach and help more students be aware of the latest happenings around the world.

His Autobigraphy

"Imagine being in quarantine for 40 years– that's the story of my life.

When I was 9, I woke up one night with a fever. Mom gave me pills and put me back to sleep, but the next morning when I tried to get out of bed, I fell! Thinking I was weak, she picked me up. But I told her, 'Mummy, I feel like I don't have legs.'

She panicked, pinched and moved them, but I felt nothing. We rushed to the hospital where the doctor declared I was paralysed.

I didn't understand what it meant, but mom broke down– it had come out of nowhere. So mom and dad hoped it'd go as suddenly as it came.

Over the next 5 years, we ran from pillar to post, looking for a cure. We visited doctors and tantriks alike but nothing worked. At home, I depended on others for the smallest of tasks. I couldn't go to school or meet my friends, which got to me, but my family struggled too. As I got bigger, it got difficult to carry me and I knew my treatment was affecting our finances.

So at 14, I told myself, 'This is the life you have. You can either crib and make it worse or do something about it.' So I did the only thing I could– read; books, newspapers, anything.

I couldn't move a limb other than my hands or sit for more than 30 minutes– so school was a big no no. So, I'd read my friends textbooks. As they passed from one grade to another, I knew that one day, they would complete their education and get a job, while I'd still be at home, reading with no purpose.

For a long time, I felt lost and helpless. But when we moved houses, I found my life's purpose. I was 23 at the time, and known as 'quite the intellectual'. So one afternoon, when my neighbor's tuition teacher didn't come, they asked me, 'Bhaiya, can you teach us math?'

I'd never taught before, but it seemed easy. I added some humor to make it fun and they loved it so much, they asked their tuition teacher to stop coming and asked me to teach– I happily agreed!

Soon, word spread and their friends joined. Slowly, my batches grew from 10 to 50 to 100. But I didn’t charge a penny from my students–teaching was my passion, and I earned enough by trading stocks.

Every morning, classes began at 9 AM and ended at 10 PM. It got to a point where I was teaching 1000 kids and while it may have driven someone else crazy, my students kept me sane! I believe that most learning happens through teaching-- and I don't ever want to stop.

But unfortunately, my health hasn't been great. My bones, lungs and heart have all turned weaker. For the past few years, I've had to take it easy and reduce the batches. So now I create short awareness videos on Youtube on topics like 'Helicopter Money', 'Jio', and even 'Covid-19'.

But lately, I've been hearing a lot about how difficult it's been for everyone to be caged at home. But, take it from someone who’s always been ‘quarantined’– if I could come so far from within the 4 walls of my home, imagine how far you'll go once you're out. Stay strong.”

Must Watch YouTube Videos by Rajeev Poddar Sir

Finnovationz aims to increase financial awareness, with exclusive videos, updated news, investment opportunities etc. They give you a daily YouTube update on the Current affairs of the day in less than 8 minutes, which is quite helpful in this day and time where everybody’s short of time.

Their content is curated for beginners who want to learn about the basics of the stock market and mutual fund investments. They cover case studies on domains of finance such as updates on start-ups, investments, taxation, budget and so on. Their contents created in Hindi, aim at reaching out to maximum number of audiences. They have various Stock Market Learning Courses under the brand name ‘Leanovation Z’.

Must Watch YouTube Videos by Finnovationz

CA Rachana’s aim is to improve financial literacy in India and to enable people to learn about stock markets in the most simplified way. She has been a part of the YouTube community for the last 10 years. This year has been special as she has exponentially grown on YouTube gaining more than 1,000,000 subscribers.

CA Rachana has given sessions on Forensic Auditing to ICAI Members across various cities like Agra, Amritsar, Chandigarh, Vadodara, Indore, Guwahati, Kolkata, Cuttack, Pune, Mumbai, Solapur, Karimnagar, Ernakulam, Delhi, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Rohtak, Nagpur etc.

She has taken Investor Awareness Sessions on behalf of Securities Exchange Board of India at more than 50 organizations! She has conducted “Finance for Non-Finance” workshops at various organizations including few MNCs.

Must Watch YouTube Videos by Rachana Ranade

Books to Follow


Coffee Can Investing
Saurabh Mukherjea

The Intelligent Investor
Benjamin Grahm

Stocks to Riches
Parag Parikh

Rich Dad Poor Dad
Robert T. Kiyosaki

Stay Hungry Stay Foolish
Rashmi Bansal

The Little Book
Joel Greenblatt

The Unusual Billionaires
Saurabh Mukherjea

One Up On Wall Street
Peter Lynch

Gurus Chaos
Saurabh Mukherjea

Beating the street
Peter Lynch

The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google
Scott Galloway

The Victory Project: Six Steps to Peak Potential
Saurabh Mukherjea

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