A Brief Investor’s Guide To AUM

It is important for investors to be as informed as possible on all aspects relating to their wealth management, and that means learning pertinent investment terminology. One term that you might have... Read more »

Equity vs Debt Funds: Which Is A Better Investment Option

Equity as well as debt funds, both funds are an excellent source of investment as well as income, provided one knows exactly which one to go for. Not every fund is meant... Read more »

Mutual Funds Colour Coding And Its Significance

Many regulatory changes have been made by SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board fo India) with respect to growth of mutual fund industry and investor’s benefits. Mutual fund colour coding is one such... Read more »

A Guide To Tax Saving Mutual Funds

The SEBI (Securities & Exchange Board India) says that taxes levied on a person’s annual income are exempted if he/she makes an investment in tax saving mutual funds. But should tax saving... Read more »

Difference Between ULIP And Mutual Funds

Unit linked investment plan (ULIP) and mutual fund are two different forms of investments which confuses most of investors. In broader terms, ULIPs are insurance cum investment product which provides a mix... Read more »

Gilt Funds – Whether To Invest Or Not?

When retail investors think of investing there money into stocks or bonds, the very first thing that they would like to ensure is the security of funds. So to cater the needs... Read more »

Rajiv Gandhi Equity Saving Scheme: Benefits & Drawbacks Of RGESS Tax Saving Scheme For Retail Investors

Rajiv Gandhi Equity Scheme Scheme (RGESS), is new equity scheme announced in budget 2012 for new retail investors whose annual income is less than Rs 10 lakh and who want to invest... Read more »

What Are Dynamic Bond Funds And How It Is Different From Income Funds?

Our needs keep on growing with the day to day. But at the same time income sources are constant. So, we have to plan our portfolio in such a manner that our... Read more »

Contra Mutual Funds : Should Individual Investors Invest In Contra Funds?

Contra is a short form of contrarian, in finance contrarian investors are those who works against the prevailing market trends. In other words, it is a strategy where investor buys shares of... Read more »

Target Date Funds – Another Retirement Fund Which Reduces Risk Exposure According To Projected Retirement Age

There are many investment plans in the market, choosing one for the purpose of retirement planning out of all seems to be a difficult job. Here I am introducing one more retirement... Read more »

SIP Vs VIP – Which Monthly Investment Plan Offers Better Returns

Making investment under stock market via Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) has been proved successful strategy to play safe in volatile nature of stock market. This popularity of SIP between investors, made mutual... Read more »

Buy Or Redeem Mutual Funds Via SMS In IDFC’s Money Manager Fund

Now investors interested investing under IDFC mutual funds can make their purchase by sending a text (SMS) using their mobile phone. This facility has been activated for IDFC Money Manager Fund (Treasury... Read more »

Use Systematic Transfer Plan (STP) While Mutual Fund Investment To Protect Yourself From Market Volatility

Making investment under stock market is like a gamble that is why people uses different techniques like Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) or Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP) to invest and withdraw their funds... Read more »

Consolidated Mutual Fund Monthly Transaction Statement Made Mandatory By SEBI In India

According to the Association of Mutual Fund in India (AMFI), from now on mutual fund investors will get a consolidated account statement (CAS) which will include the details of all the mutual... Read more »

Liquid Funds Offers Investment With Liquidity And Higher Returns! So Why Saving Account?

Today every one of us atleast have one saving or salary account which we use to keep our earnings safe. At the beginning of the month our salary gets credited into this... Read more »