What is NAV and how much does it matter?

‚Äč What is NAV? NAV stands for Net Asset Value of a mutual fund scheme which is precisely its book value or book price. In essence, it is the value per unit of a mutual fund scheme. The NAV is calculated as follows: NAV= (Assets - Liabilities)/Outstanding units Where, Assets include stocks, bonds, cash, accumulated interest as well as dividend held by the fund. The 'per unit' market value of all th...
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What is an NFO and should you invest in them?

NFO Mutual Funds
A New Fund Offer (NFO) is a mutual fund that is offered to public before it opens up to daily transactions. It is similar to IPO (Initial Public Offering - Stocks) in many aspects but not exactly same. Often, investors choose to invest in NFO because they assume they are investing into something so cheap. But it is important to check if the NFO is new or something of similar exists in the fund hou...
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Tax Saver (ELSS) Mutual Funds: Rollover to ripe max benefits

ELSS Mutual Funds Rollover-to-ripe
Who wouldn't love to earn money without investing any? Practically, the feat is impossible but it is possible to create a strategy for perpetual income with minimum investment. Although wealth generation depends on your risk factor, rolling over of funds has been proved to generate maximum benefits for investors. How do roll-overs work? In the world of investing, rollover refers to re-investing th...
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