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The Best Credit Cards by Axis Bank

by A Trivedi & K V Sharma on

The ACE is the best credit card from Axis Bank, with 2% cashback on all spend and 5% on utility bills. For high spenders, it works well with the Airtel Axis Bank & Vistara Infinite cards too.

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The Best Credit Cards by Kotak Mahindra Bank

by A Trivedi & K V Sharma on

The Kotak IndiGo Ka-ching 6E Rewards XL is the best credit card from Kotak Mahindra Bank. The 811 #DreamDifferent is a great entry level option.

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The Best Credit Cards by SBI Card

by A Trivedi & K V Sharma on

The CASHBACK SBI Card is the best credit card from SBI Card, with 5% cashback on all online spend. For high spenders, it works well with the Prime Advantage.

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The Best Credit Cards by HDFC Bank

by A Trivedi & K V Sharma on

The Millenia is the best credit card from HDFC Bank. 6E Rewards XL gives the best rewards to High Spenders.

How to

How to: Evaluate a credit card?

by A Trivedi & K V Sharma on

We calculate the rewards yield for a credit card using 5 typical spending profiles. For each Bank, we select credit cards with the highest rewards yield.

How much

How much are Airline Miles worth in India?

by A Trivedi & K V Sharma on

We analyzed data on 100s of flights to estimate the value of frequent flyer points in India. A CV Point is worth Rs.0.90 while InterMiles are worth Rs.0.30.

Investing

The Best Bond ETFs for a Passive Portfolio

by Apoorv Trivedi on

We recommend the best Bond ETFs to create a low cost, diversified, passive portfolio after analyzing total cost of ownership, liquidity and AUM.

The Best Gold ETF for a Passive Portfolio

by Apoorv Trivedi on

We recommend the best Gold & Silver ETFs to create a low cost, diversified, passive portfolio based on total cost of ownership and liquidity.

Should I: Worry about the low liquidity of UCITS ETFs?

by Apoorv Trivedi on

Retail investors can have lower liquidity thresholds for ETFs vs. stocks due to trading support from market makers and APs. UCITS we recommend have enough liquidity for most retail portfolios.