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.
I would start a series of posts where I would list few of the best rated equity funds from various fund houses and this is the first post in the series where I started with HDFC Mutual Funds.
After suggesting Best Tax Saver Funds on the basis of dividend the question of many readers of the blog is. What they should choose, Dividend or Return?
Would like to invest. Should I invest in Mutual Fund or in Shares and which one would give me more return and would be less risky for me?
SEBI continues to reward retail mutual fund investors. It slashed Entry load & now stops lower exit loads for big investors.
Yesterday I wrote about Mutual Fund Fees and included sample example of ICICIDirect and how you would pay more for SIP’s of amount 1000 and 500 …
SEBI has announced that no Mutual Fund house can deduct any amount as any kind of expense from the Investment done by the investor, knowingly or unknowingly.
SEBI (Mutual Fund) Regulations 1993 defines Mutual Fund as “a fund established in the form of a trust by a sponsor to raise money by the trustees through the sale of units to the public under one or more schemes for investing securities in accordance with these regulations”.
Its high time when every one of us start looking for saving tax and so I thought would make a post here where you can find all the funds where you can invest to save your Tax. This are all Equity based ELSS Funds.
An ETF combines the valuation feature of a mutual fund, which can be purchased or redeemed at the end of each trading day for its NAV, with the trading feature of a stock, which trades throughout the trading day at prices that may be substantially more or less than its net asset value.
An investor who may like to invest in banking stocks presently will be limited by the number of stocks he can buy. On the other hand, a combination of banking stocks and a banking fund can do wonders both in terms of diversification as well as potential to benefit from the possible rise over a period.
Equity investing requires skill both in terms of stock selection and monitoring the progress of the companies included in the portfolio stock prices move to anticipate events as well as reflect the current events.