Last updated on May 22nd, 2018

Savings Account vs. Liquid Funds: Which is better to park surplus cash?

All of us have bank accounts and most of us even have surplus amount lying in that account. The first step to financial planning is having an emergency fund. It should cover at least a minimum of 3-6 months of expenses. It is usually advised to keep this amount in the savings bank account as …

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Retirement Planning: Are Fixed Deposits the right option?

Having just the perfect lifestyle all through your blooming age, would you want to compromise on that during your retirement? Well, I know, most of us wouldn’t want to. But the real question is, are we saving to lead such a relaxed and luxurious life post-retirement? Are we doing it in the right way? Before …

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How Many ELSS Funds Should You Have in Your Portfolio?

It’s that time of the year again when we randomly invest in different 80C investments to save tax. But with increased awareness, investments in ELSS funds have increased. But there is a confusion that persists as to how many funds have to be included in the portfolio. Diversify Right Investing in many ELSS funds is …

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The Diwali Sale: Must have Products in Your Cart

It’s Diwali time again! Houses are decorated with lights, gifts are distributed, and families meet to celebrate together. It’s basically the festive period. But it is also the annual shopping time! The time when everyone shops and spends lavishly. There’s discount everywhere. People buy new appliances and bring new things home. But with the shopping …

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भारत में गूगल ,फेसबुक ,माइक्रोसॉफ्ट के स्टॉक में कैसे निवेश करें

Last updated on January 28th, 2019क्या आप बड़ी तकनीकी कम्पनियों जैसे गूगल ,फेसबुक ,माइक्रोसॉफ्ट में निवेश करना चाहते हैं. इसके लिए एक अवसर है.“बड़ी चाल चलो या घर चले जाओ” ये इस फंड का सिद्धांत है. जिन उत्पादों का उपयोग हम दैनिक जीवन में करते है वे इन कम्पनियों से है.यह फोन,लैपटॉप ,सॉफ्टवेर इन कम्पनियों …

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Dealing with loss making SIPs

Last updated on November 22nd, 2018Attention mutual fund investors! Is your SIP returns negative? Do you know how to deal with loss making SIPs? Have you started investing in mid-caps and small-caps after looking the high returns they gave in 2017? The nifty midcap index and small-cap index both are down by 21.85% and 34.09% …

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Savings Account vs. Liquid Funds: Which is better to park surplus cash?

All of us have bank accounts and most of us even have surplus amount lying in that account. The first step to financial planning is having an emergency fund. It should cover at least a minimum of 3-6 months of expenses. It is usually advised to keep this amount in the savings bank account as …

Read more

Retirement Planning: Are Fixed Deposits the right option?

Having just the perfect lifestyle all through your blooming age, would you want to compromise on that during your retirement? Well, I know, most of us wouldn’t want to. But the real question is, are we saving to lead such a relaxed and luxurious life post-retirement? Are we doing it in the right way? Before …

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How Many ELSS Funds Should You Have in Your Portfolio?

It’s that time of the year again when we randomly invest in different 80C investments to save tax. But with increased awareness, investments in ELSS funds have increased. But there is a confusion that persists as to how many funds have to be included in the portfolio. Diversify Right Investing in many ELSS funds is …

Read more

Savings Account vs. Liquid Funds: Which is better to park surplus cash?

All of us have bank accounts and most of us even have surplus amount lying in that account. The first step to financial planning is having an emergency fund. It should cover at least a minimum of 3-6 months of expenses. It is usually advised to keep this amount in the savings bank account as …

Read more

Retirement Planning: Are Fixed Deposits the right option?

Having just the perfect lifestyle all through your blooming age, would you want to compromise on that during your retirement? Well, I know, most of us wouldn’t want to. But the real question is, are we saving to lead such a relaxed and luxurious life post-retirement? Are we doing it in the right way? Before …

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Life Insurance Claims over 3 Years Cannot be Rejected

Insurance companies cannot reject claims made on policies over three years. According to the Insurance Laws (Amendment) Act 2015 Section 45 no claim can be repudiated (rejected) after 3 years of the policy being in force even if the fraud is detected. This comes as a relief to policyholders and decreases the probability of their …

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Savings Account vs. Liquid Funds: Which is better to park surplus cash?

All of us have bank accounts and most of us even have surplus amount lying in that account. The first step to financial planning is having an emergency fund. It should cover at least a minimum of 3-6 months of expenses. It is usually advised to keep this amount in the savings bank account as …

Read more

How Many ELSS Funds Should You Have in Your Portfolio?

It’s that time of the year again when we randomly invest in different 80C investments to save tax. But with increased awareness, investments in ELSS funds have increased. But there is a confusion that persists as to how many funds have to be included in the portfolio. Diversify Right Investing in many ELSS funds is …

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SBI Focused Equity Fund: Fund Review

SBI Focused Equity Fund is among the top 5 focused funds as ranked by Upwardly. The fund gave 19.32% annualized return since its inception in October 2004. The fund manager, Mr. R Srinivasan, follows a bottom-up approach to select stocks for the portfolio. The fund has only 25 stocks investing across market capitalization and sectors. …

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Will 2019 be better than 2018 for the economy?

2018 has been a rollercoaster year. Global trade-war, rupee volatility, crude oil prices, central bank policies, and liquidity concerns kept markets on the edge in 2018. Sensex witnessed a 5.9% growth throughout the year. On the sectoral front, all most all, except Banking, IT and FMCG have ended in losses. With 2017 being a wonderful …

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RBI’s rate cut – Good or Bad for you?

The Reserve Bank of India in its bimonthly meeting in February 2019 has cut the benchmark policy rate by 25 basis points and is currently at 6.25%. With this rate cut, the central bank has changed its stance to ‘neutral’ from ‘calibrated tightening’. But what is repo rate and how is it determined. Firstly, RBI’s …

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Weekly Market Update: 1% gains during the week for NIFTY and Sensex.

Date: 3/2/2019 Short Market Update: Nifty and Sensex gain 1% each during the week, thumbs up to the interim budget, Cobrapost unearths a scam, high unemployment rate in India, Chanda Kochhar to repay ICICI Rs350 crore, Revised growth rates show the economy grew at a faster pace Markets started the week on a weaker note …

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