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Trying times for Indian passenger cars
Nov 7, 2014

Here is today's recommended reading list from Equitymaster...

Should you be investing in gold?
Gold prices have been falling again ever since the Fed has announced winding up of its protracted quantitative easing program. In what may signal a pickup in the US economy and hence tapering demand for precious metals, the actual ground situation is very different. Read on to know what bets should you take on the yellow metal in present times. (Safehaven)

How to be rational while investing?
In today's digital age, there is a deluge of information. This article explains how to sift through the all kinds of information and consider aspects that are relevant in the decision-making process. Read on to know more. (Advisorperspective)

Will GST be a game changer or name changer?
The much awaited implementation of the Goods & Services Tax is getting delayed due to lack of consensus between Centre and States. If reports are to be believed then a diluted form of GST with a number exemptions may come into force. But this may defeat the very purpose of GST of having a uniform taxation structure across India. Read on to know more. (Economist)

Trying times for Indian passenger cars
The Indian passenger car industry has been stumbling back to recovery after a drop in sales for the first time in 2013-14. However good times are still a distant dream. This is because the shelf life of novelty factor in cars has reduced from 5-7 years to 1.5-2 years. While car manufactures cannot afford to avoid launching cars with novel features, the additional cost burden is compressing return ratios as the break-even volumes are getting difficult to meet. Read on to know their woes. (Livemint)

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