When a mutual fund pays dividends, the net asset value of the fund reduces by the amount of dividend being paid out. So reduces the investment in the market.
Answering: What are the ideal number of SIP an investor should have? Should one have a different SIP for each investment objective? How many funds should one SIP in?
Market is forming new high on a daily basis. Is it the right time to book partial profit on the long term SIP portfolio of a mutual funds or remain invested?
Why I added all my mutual fund position for tax saving in Feb 2017 to my portfolio and also share why this is the last and final portfolio report update.
The best multi-cap fund for 2017 with consistent outperformance history for a decade. If you had to invest only in one fund in 2017 it should be a multi-cap fund
Investing in any top rated fund may not be enough & returns can vary from under 5% to above 18%. Let’s narrow down to the best fund that can outperform in future.
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?
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?
What all things should we consider to either redeem or renew SIP term or just stay put with our investment
You don’t need to be investing in stocks if you can focus only on mutual funds provided you can avoid the following temptations to investing in stocks.
Nothing new in yet another new fund being offered, 10 Rs NAV and many other reasons to avoid almost all new fund offers.
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.
Booking a loss is so difficult that at times it is easy to quit the market keeping the loss making stocks in the portfolio than to book losses. The process I follow makes booking a losses lot easier than it seems without averaging down the stock.
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?