What happens to the invested amount in a fund that isn’t accepting new investments? What an intelligent investor should do about it?
Chit fund makes the adrenal rush just for being part of the lucky draw. More important once in the tenure, winning the lucky draw is sure which is the key to its success.
We will find the best value-oriented mutual fund to invest in 2019. A new category for mutual fund investor that didn’t exist in 2018.
We will find the best multi-cap mutual fund to invest in 2019 and review the performance of our choice of best multi-cap fund of 2018.
We will find the best small-cap mutual fund to invest in 2019 and review the performance of our choice of best small-cap fund of 2018.
We will find the best mid-cap mutual fund to invest in 2019 and review the performance of our choice of best mid-cap fund of 2018.
We will find the best large-cap mutual fund to invest in 2019 and review the performance of our choice of best large-cap fund of 2018.
It is that time of the year when I share a process to find the best tax saving ELSS fund for 2019 as well as look back on the past best funds to learn something new.
It is that part of the year where I pick from all the articles I have written in 2018 the one that my readers preferred reading and sharing with their friends the most.
What is free cash flow or FCF? How Free Cash Flow is Different from Operating Profit? What is Ideal Value of Free Cash Flow? What I Prefer in companies cash flow?
How Index funds differ from the traditional large-cap fund? Why it makes more sense now after the new SEBI guidelines to invest in an index fund over a large-cap fund?
The current market correction has taught me some good lesson I like to share with my blog readers. And ask your best investment lesson learned in this correction?
Why I don’t trade in futures, options or even commodities and forex and why I think every retail trader or investor should avoid it for the same reasons
The top-down approach identifies the broadest option first and drills down to the sectors and companies. With the bottom-up approach, it’s the companies first.
One has to identify at what valuation one is comfortable investing and then invest in the right stock at the right price and for the right time to make the most returns from the investment.