Investments, Earnings and Living: Finance Trading Times

Investments, Earnings and Living

Some information about a recently conducted survey by Economics Research Department of Indicus Analytics:

India is a land of diversities

The same goes true with the business and economic perspective. As per the research conducted by the Economics Research Department of Indicus Analytics, not a single city in India is having worth of offering all the 3 basic necessities together: Earnings, Investments and Living.

For e.g., Gurgaon near NCR, is good for earning money because of the MNCs available there, but is not worth investing and living due to very-very high cost of living.

Here is the brief summary of the survey:

Cities worth Earning: Gurgaon, Silvasa, Noida, Faridabad, Roopnagar, Chandigarh, Bangalore, Pune, Surat

Cities worth Investment: Silvasa, Coimbatore, Ludhiana, Shimla, Gandhinagar, Surat, Itanagar, Chandigarh

Cities worth Living: Cochin, Kozhikode, Shimla, Thiruvanathapuram, Mysore, Goa, Thrissur, Pondicherry, Konnur, Thiruvallur. Interestingly, 5 cities in this list are from Kerala alone. North India has only one city Shimla. No major IT city is worth living, as per this research - Not even any of the 4 metros in India.

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No Escape... said...(on 27 November 2007 at 21:37 )  

Hi Shobhit,

One request, u need to find a way of taking pvt comments. else Mr anonymous will start making a big deal out of comments posted (my comments in ur prev article). While its healty if they do it in a good way, but that was not the case.

Maybe u cud moderate comments (more wrk on ur part though) or actively check mails onto this ID.

Right now, the only way of contacting u is to post comments on the blog, wchich mite be a problem for some ppl.

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George

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