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Mutual funds are primarily classified as either Equity or Debt, based on where the funds are invested. Equity funds primarily invest in stocks/shares and Debt funds primarily invest in Bonds, Government securities and Fixed interest bearing instruments. Whereas, Hybrid Funds invest in both equity and debt instruments. The Mutual Funds were further re-categorized by SEBI in 2018. They are […]

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Investing is easy! Figuring out ‘where to invest’ is the hard part. Irrespective of my quantum of earnings, I have been judiciously saving money for making investments. As I opined, it can be a challenging task to identify right financial investments. I too learnt the investment lessons the hard way only. I have been investing […]

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Capital asset typically refers to anything that you own for personal or investment purposes. It includes all kinds of property; movable or immovable, tangible or intangible, fixed or circulating. Capital assets are further classified as Financial Assets and Non-Financial Assets. Financial assets are intangible and represent the monetary value of a physical item. Stocks (Shares) […]

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Your investment in long term debt funds should reap you good returns on maturity, right? But what if these returns come under the axe of tax? How do you stop that from happening? The simple answer to that is Indexation. Indexation is a financially prudent measure to reduce your tax obligations on your returns. You […]

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India has one of the highest ‘net savings rates’ in the world (the national saving rate is about 20 per cent of GDP).  However, the net savings rate as a % of GDP has been steadily declining since 2011-12. The other day, I was going through the IRDA’s annual report and noticed that the Domestic saving declined […]

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In the past couple of years, mutual funds have gained huge popularity in India and the major credit for that goes to the exceptional performance provided by these schemes & the huge variety of options available for investments. The popularity of the mutual fund industry can be observed from the 2.52 crore active SIP accounts […]

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The capital markets, globally, have been quite volatile during the current calendar year and are likely to remain so in coming times on account of various factors such as US Fed rate hikes, volatile oil prices, intensifying trade conflicts and sanctions. Though the Indian financial markets have also been affected by these factors, the volatility […]

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There are over 1,000’s of mutual fund schemes in India. However, there are few hundred’s of MFs where these are performing well compared to its peers. You would have invested in a mutual fund scheme either from expert recommendation or based on your own analysis. However, these might be under performing at various market cycles. […]

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We all know that life is short and unpredictable. In this short journey, we all take lot of investment and financial decisions. We earn, save and invest money in various financial products like – Bank Fixed deposits, real estate properties, Shares, Mutual Funds, Insurance policies etc., What is the basic logic behind making these investments? […]

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The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released the latest volume of its annual statistical publication, ‘Handbook of Statistics on the Indian Economy – 2018‘ on 15th Sep, 2018.  Through this publication, the Reserve Bank has been providing time series data on various Economic and Financial indicators for the Indian economy. You can find lot […]

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