Which is Better Property Investment in Gurgaon, Residential Or Commercial?

Being a property consultant in the region, I have been confronting this query from the chunk of my clientele. Often it may leave you in perplexity as it happened when my boyhood pal Simon quizzed me the other day during his visit of me at my residence at DLF Phase IV. This conundrum kept my confused and my chubby chum was bemused. Well, it is a medley of varying factors that determine which property is better. In a primary residential locale, say DLF I or II, the scope for a luxury residential unit is better than a commercial one. On the other hand, in the prime commercial location of the city, residential premises are less attractive. This is a locality-wise parameter. There are also other deciding factors to be reckoned with while selecting property units in Gurgaon.

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Emini Trading – A Great Investment Vehicle

Essentially, Eminis are contracts that are traded electronically on an underlying index. It was given the name Emini because the transactions are executed electronically and it associates with smaller than average contracts. Eminis are considered to be very unpredictable investment options. Nevertheless, with the correct strategies and techniques, you can still manage to make a good return. Other investors even consider Emini as a means to rehearse for big time investing because of its low entry cost. Either way, Emini trading can be very lucrative if managed correctly. Emini trading is mainly contracted to four grounds, the Dow Jones Industrial, the S&P 500, the NASDAQ 100, and the Russell 2000. Though there’s no visible advantage when deciding on a contract, the S&P 500 has been the most popular choice because it has a wide and thorough stock index. The ticker ES is used in the S&P 500, while NQ is the ticker used in the NASDAQ 100.

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Training Helps Boost Return of Investments

Intensifying rivalry, increasing market demands, lack of training and skills of employees and fast development of technology pose challenges for every business.

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