Photo: Mint Mumbai: Trading at India’s largest stock exchange by volumes, National Stock Exchange of India Ltd (NSE) on Monday was forced to stop for around three hours at the start owing to technical issues.
Trading eventually resumed at pm and the bourse’s technology committee and the Securities and Exchange Board of India are examining the issue.
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Despite its massive following, however, Mint has some drawbacks.
We’ll take a closer look at them in this article, and recommend a few alternatives in case your love affair with the site has cooled, or you simply want a service with a slightly different approach. If you’re unfamiliar with the site, here’s an overview of the main features: It’s free to sign up for an account on Mint.com, and unlike many other competitors, there are no premium accounts that require a fee for you to unlock more features.
When you use these services, gets a referral fee for being the middleman.According to Investor Junkie, has also recently started running banner ads, which are typically pay-per-click.The site also sells its deep pools of financial data to different providers, but it’s important to note that this information doesn’t contain users’ personal information — it is aggregate information about users’ financial habits on the whole. But it’s aging — not gracefully, many say — and has some drawbacks that have sent some users searching for an alternative: One of Mint’s longtime alternatives is Quicken, but its future is currently up in the air.Linux Mint 18.1 is a long term support release which will be supported until 2021.It comes with updated software and brings refinements and many new features to make your desktop even more comfortable to use.