Open Ended and Closed Ended Funds

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  If you have been noticing the recent inclination of average Indian investors towards mutual funds, you might be wondering the reason behind it. It is because of the high returns and tax saving benefits that these mutual funds offer relative to the traditional investments like real estate, precious metals, fixed and recurring deposits, etc. Since there is a high demand in the market for mutu...
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Penny stocks – Good or bad for investment

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The term "Penny stock" originated in the US for stocks trading at a very low price, generally below $5 with low market capitalization. In the context of Indian stock market, the share price of penny stocks could usually be below Rupees 10. Penny stocks are assumed to have fluctuating share prices hence making them quite risky and unpredictable as far as investment in them is concerned. Most invest...
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What is NAV and how much does it matter?

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​ 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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“Mutual Funds are subject to market risk” – What is risk?

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We have all heard the statement "Mutual funds are subject to market risks" as a part of disclaimer. What are these risks? Risk is basically uncertainty. When you invest your time or money or energy into something even though it is uncertain, you are taking a risk. Among a plethora of asset classes like FDs, real estate etc. mutual funds and especially Equity mutual funds are considered as the risk...
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Why people are exiting their real estate investments?

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Of late, many investors have decided to quit their real estate investments and the percentage only keeps increasing. A lot of personal experiences and sentiments may be involved from the investors' side. But from a practical point of view, here are a few reasons which are invoking this mass exodus and investors are choosing to invest elsewhere: Changes in regulations: Real estate investors were al...
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Why large cap funds will always be flavour of investing?

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In the light of SEBI's recent mandate on re-categorization and classification of mutual fund schemes, floated in October 2017, this question is definitely worthy of being evaluated. The term "Market Cap" or "Market Capitalization" refers to the size of the company listed on stock exchanges. Market cap is one of the many factors playing an important role in strategizing stock market investments. Be...
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What is a mutual fund benchmark and how you can benefit from it?

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If you have invested in mutual funds, you must be familiar with the term 'benchmark'. If you have ever wondered what it stands for, bench mark is and independent reference point against which you compare a mutual fund's performance or security. Since 2012, it is mandatory for fund houses to declare a benchmark. Some of the common benchmarks include CNX Midcap, CNX Small Cap, Sensex, NIFTY etc. ben...
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How should you measure returns?

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When it comes to measuring returns, there are three different methods to do it – Internal Rate of Return, Time Weighed Return and Compounded Annual Growth Rate. CAGR is usually preferred by online platforms because of its simplicity though inte rnal rate of return is deemed to be more accurate in providing information. The Global Investment Performance Standards and the Charted Financial Analyst I...
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Why can’t we buy low and sell high?

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As Warren Buffet once said, Investing is simple but not easy. A majority of investors believe that the key to investing in stock market is to 'buy low and sell high'. But this piece of advice is not as functional as it sounds for the following couple of reasons: We don't know when and if the lows are happening: It is extremely hard to time the market. The past performance never guarantees a good f...
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Low risk, high returns investment?

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Investment has recently become a prime element on the ladder of a safe and secure future. Well, I cannot agree more. The significance seems to be rising every single day and it appears like a mammoth of a task to process so much that is available on the internet. With internet inundated with massive amount of information and plethora of guides pertaining to low risk, high return investment; unders...
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Consistent vs. Best performers?

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One of the most popular investment options for investors is mutual funds. It provides a way for the investors to compound their investment and thus helps them in creating more wealth than many other investment tools. But there are nearly infinite plans for you to select in the market. Even if you filter the existing funds to suit your risk capacity and other parameters, you are still left with exc...
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Journey of Rs. 70 to Rs. 70, 00,000

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  Investment in mutual funds could be encountered in numerous shapes and sizes. Certain options are the low risk investment ones such as the debt funds, while the others are equity based funds which turn out as riskier. Then you have the hybrid funds which offer a much balanced portfolio. So in case you are planning to invest within the boundaries of mutual funds, then there are various param...
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What every woman needs to learn about money management

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  As the stereotypical concepts revolving around "traditional" women have now changed, there is a dire need for women to upgrade their own selves. When it comes to finance management "earn more, save more & spend more" must be the mantra for long-term. However, the order is essential! First you earn much, then save or invest it accordingly and then spend out whatever remains. Savings is n...
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What are arbitrage funds? Should you invest in them?

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Arbitrage funds being one of the most proficient, tax efficient ones, also showcase a risk-return profile just like debt funds, although they are still one of the most, misunderstood forms of investing. In the volatile situation, investors largely get exposed to more risk and deem to face the chances of losing high money. In such a case, arbitrage mutual funds which specialise in turning the marke...
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Avoid these top three investment mistakes in 2018

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Numerous investors in the stock market when lured by greed or surrounded by complexities end up making costly mistakes! There are several questions that you might ask yourself, and surely introspect about what you actually expect from your investments! It is essential to be cautious! Don't ever mistake to invest in the wrong funds without undergoing a proper research. Know first, whether you are t...
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Markets at all-time high – Lump sum investment or SIP?

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Indian markets were on bull run til the end of the January, 2018 and a sudden bearish sentiment in early February, 2018 motivated by global markets. Last 6 months was an excellent, volatile & unpredictable time, which made the investors question their strategy and wonder if they should adopt a new strategy according the changing market. So should you start investing more for more benefits...
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