It is good to visit your portfolio time and again to see best performing funds / stocks and act accordingly to the non-performing funds. This time I have offloaded some non-performing mutual funds which gives me list of best performing mutual funds for me which I am excited to share.
Is the question of whether you should go for a systematic investment plan aka SIP or go for a one time bulk investment bugging your mind? Read and see for yourself what is best for you.
Today I will talk about a very good and effective technical analysis technique for making informed decision in equity market about when you should off load your portfolio and when you should buy.
In response to my post on Factors to consider before investing last week Ajay Mehra – reader of blog have some more tips to add to each factor and so I thought I will share them with all.
I think instead of me saying what you should be doing I prefer to share things which can help you take such decisions on your own and so today I will share some of the factors which can help you take your own investment decisions wisely.
All recent IPOs are very highly priced and I see that all the experts have an Avoid rating on all of them and CRISIL ratings are also not very impressive. So do you think Age of IPO investing is over?
Share the best series of 2009. So lets start with Investment Tips.
Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Same applies to investment and Consider the following During an Year-End Review
Smart Investment – Invest with 100% safety of capital and Potential to earn better returns Mutual Funds. Have you Invested Smarter than this?
I have listed best technology funds and few other funds which have significant exposure to technology sector. Consider them if you would like to be benefited from current Midcap Technology Boom.
This is the ideal time when you should churn your portfolio and move out of stocks which have moved up too much too fast and move to some other stocks and funds. Let’s see what are the options first.
Companies cannot multiply their revenues overnight. You need to invest in companies which you think have the market share or will gain market share and you can make money off your investments.
In this midst of fear and speculation that “telecom companies would not be able to make good profit for next couple of years” should we invest in them ?
If you have quite some dead money lying in the bank giving you interest at 3.5% annually then see how you can make it work for you to give more than FD.
If you are very bullish on infrastructure sector in India read my view on it and try to answer few of the questions and concern I have for this sector.