What’s the difference between exchange-traded funds or ETFs and mutual funds? Which is the right one for investor investing for the short, medium and long term?
Report by ETMarkets on 23 most wealth destroying stocks from march 2011 to December 2016 and how to identify such wealth destructors in advance to invest safely
Reader Question: I am 30, married and no kids. Without any savings, if I invest 10k monthly SIP in equity mutual funds for next 25 years, do I need any other retirement plans?
I have often shared investment decisions but today I share the best investment decision that I have ever taken in my complete investment career that has transformed me completely as an investor.
Dividend is the money paid (typically once a year but some companies pay more than once as interim dividends as well) by a company to its shareholders out of its profits.
3 questions are my first line of rejection for any business. It is not based on sales, PE ratio, earnings, EPS, management efficiency, debt or even chart patterns.
Multibagger stock should have No Debt, High ROE and ROCE, Low PE Ratio, Future growth, Market leader, Ethical Management, Experience
What all things should we consider to either redeem or renew SIP term or just stay put with our investment
The best 5 investment advice that you will ever need to read and follow to become successful investor in market.
Trading and investing are two different approaches to market. Knowing the thumb rule to each approach can make the difference between making or breaking in market.
Investing in market is not all about remaining invested in market or invest in blue chip stocks and hold for at least 5 to 10 years?
Answer to questions: Do I see a market bottom being formed and if not what could be the possible market bottom? Is this the right time to be investing? What are some of my favorite stock in such tough time.
When share price goes down by 5% I buy and exit at profit of 20%. I am not seeing any profit in my portfolio and so can you tell me what the hell am I doing wrong.
Mutual funds are different from stocks and so buying and selling of mutual funds are not as impulsive as stocks but there are various reasons to sell off mutual fund investments.
Whenever there is a crash in the stock market, equity mutual funds also crashes and at times more than the market. So why everyone terms mutual funds safer?