Mistakes New Mutual Fund Investors Make

When it comes to handling finances one is always committing mistakes. The first mistake is when we fail to realize that we have better opportunities in the market to make money than just saving it all in a bank or an FD. Second is when we actually start investing. We end up taking those wrong …

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Side Pocketing of Toxic Assets in Mutual Funds

SEBI is considering a proposal of side pocketing toxic assets in the mutual fund portfolio. A side pocket allows fund managers to move a toxic asset from good assets. It allows the fund to set aside assets and split the NAV into two parts. The fund will now issue separate units in pro rata basis. …

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Can Mutual Fund Investors Seek Redressal for Their Complaints?

It is very important to know one’s rights and duties in life. As investors, one has several rights and duties to follow. It is very important for an investor to be educated about these. One important right to mutual fund investors is to seek redressal. Mutual fund investors have two levels to seek redressal for …

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Does NAV of a Fund Matter While Buying Mutual Funds?

Selecting a mutual fund to invest is a tedious task. With way too many funds and suggestions thrown at one’s way its obvious people get confused and often take a wrong step. Mutual funds cannot be judged on one sole parameter before one decides to invest in it. There are a set of parameters to consider …

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Daily Market Update: NIFTY and Sensex trade higher, Telecom stocks luster.

Date: 16/11/2018 Short Market Update: Markets continue with positive momentum, telecom stocks shine, the trade deficit widens in October. Benchmark indices continued their positive momentum today. Health care and FMCG witnessed buying, while Metal stocks witnessed selling pressure. BSE Sensex up 196.62 points or 0.56% and closed at Rs 35,457.16, and NSE Nifty ended higher …

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Can you take a Loan against your Mutual Fund?

Emergencies, small or big, can happen anytime and it can happen that one can fall short of money in the short-term. Investing in mutual funds is considered a liquid investment. But, not all funds have a high liquidity. Sometimes investors are not ready to redeem their mutual funds because it would interrupt their financial goals. …

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