We often come across the advice from parents, teachers that says - Know your priorities! People tend to think that young investors generally don't know what is important for them at a given stage in the course of their life. An individual has their own priorities...

Quantitative strategies involve creating a portfolio of stocks using set rules, which are framed based on well-established principles of finance. A vast majority of investors believe that Market Beta and Manager Alpha drive the portfolio returns. However, recent research has shown that a large part of...

What are Closed-ended Funds? Closed-ended funds, also known as CEFs for short, are basically a type of mutual fund, but their special feature is that they are a combination of the elements of regular open-end mutual funds and ETFs. A closed-end fund is also known as...

What are Debt Funds? Debt funds are a type of mutual funds, which can generate good returns from your money by allocating assets in deposits or bonds of various financial securities. These financial securities have a fixed period of maturity and a fixed rate of interest....

A Brief History of Investing in Gold For centuries, gold has held a special esteem in everyone’s hearts. It is a very precious metal and has always been treasured for its attractive and very unique properties. Purchase of gold as an investment started only after 1970...

Life is all about relativity. The comparison with others in a similar sphere gives a sense of progress towards the better or worse achieved. Same stands for mutual fund returns as well.  While investing in Mutual Funds, investors might come across a term called Benchmark...

One of the most frequently asked questions by the Indian workforce is, where should I invest my money? It happens with all of us, right? We start earning, we want to save up to buy a new house/car, and so, we are looking for the...

All You Need to Know About Mutual Fund Withdrawal A mutual fund is considered one of the best wealth creation and investment vehicle that can be adopted by the predominantly middle-class Indians. It not only provides a way in for us to get involved in stock...

What Are the Different Types of Mutual Funds? In a world riddled with economic uncertainties, mutual funds are one of the few stable pillars which provide a measure of safety and reliability. Not only are they a veritable saving option but they are also a productive...