Why is Portfolio Re-balancing necessary? Portfolio Rebalancing is the process of changing the portfolio underlying holdings with an objective to restore the portfolio to its target allocation. While some investments perform well and take up more share in the portfolio, other due to comparatively underperformance lose share...

RBI maintains status quo; surprise with a downward revision of inflation The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Reserve Bank of India(RBI), in its first bi-monthly policy meeting of fiscal 2018-19, kept the repo rate unchanged at 6 percent. While five out of six members supported...

  Why investing is good for you? In today’s world just earning money is not enough and investments play a very important role in how you’re planning to shape your future. While an individual may be working hard to earn money but that might not be adequate...

For Resident Indians Resident Indians can get their Old High Denomination (OHD) notes exchanged for cash only up to a limit of Rs 4000 (applicable till the 24th of November, after which it may be reviewed). This exchange facility is available at all Issue Offices...

Following the earlier SEBI circular, AMFI (Association of Mutual Funds in India – an association of the 44 Asset Management Companies that are registered with SEBI) has come up with a Consolidated Account Statement (CAS) format. They have also come with a formula for calculating...