User Question: I want to retire early and my financial goal is to have 1 Crore in my bank account. I am ready to invest 8 to 10 lakhs now and can I get 1 Cr in 10 years?
Every financial advisor has an objective of making a profit for himself or his company but just make sure they are not at the expense of your losses.
Indian retail Investors are not able to differentiate between regular and direct plan for investing in a mutual fund and so let me explain what it means and when you should be using which one.
Let me answer what I think is the best possible investment opportunity in equity mutual fund for 2015.
Understand diversification and see why Indians crave for portfolio diversification and help you diversify your portfolio even if you know very little about the market.
Answering Why fund house come up with NFOs? Why fund house don’t come up with new funds often? and When you should avoid investing in NFO?
The fear of loosing capital in market is one of the major reasons for Indian retail investors to keep themselves away from market. Let me share a step-by-step process to remain invested in market with 100% capital protection.
Mutual fund investment is making Indian retail investors life simpler but knowing these 7 ignored criteria about mutual funds can help investing in mutual fund even simpler.
How profit from short term investment i.e. investment for under 1 year in equity market can still save lot of tax that may need to be paid otherwise.
The best strategy for saving tax is to invest with minimum locked in period and save maximum tax with minimum possible to zero investment.
Saving a huge amount of money in the long run will help you to live a cozy life. There arises a question demanding the right age to start saving money. What do you think? Is it ok to start saving from the age of 30 or late 30’s?
SEBI has mandated Mutual Fund Houses to come out with two varying options for all their schemes, namely Standard and Direct. The standard version of all mutual fund schemes will incur a charge which will be treated as an agent fee or commission and the direct plan is free from any charges.
Year 2012 was full of surprises for the Indian investors. Looking at the weekly charts for Nifty in 2012 we clearly see it had something for every body be it trader or investor. Nifty has shown good support in 2012 around 4500, 4800, 5000, 5200, 5550, 5850 and so it does look like 2013 will be a year where there will be lot of support for market and so if you are keen to invest your money in 2013, there are three things that you need to know.
Two individuals, one of them invested ₹3000 for 10 years and yet he made ₹1.43 Crore more than the person who invested the same amount for 30 years in the same asset class with same average return on investment.
There is no Open, High, Low, Close values for mutual fund NAV and so you cannot have candle sticks but still can apply the price action chart patterns on mutual fund NAV for technical analysis.