Liquid funds are often used to create one’s emergency fund. It is a wonderful tool for short-term investments. They are used to create a corpus for short-term goals like holidays, annual insurance payment, child’s school fee instalments, etc. which require a specific amount of money...

When Indian investors want to diversify globally, investing in international mutual funds domiciled-in-India is the default option available. In this blog, I look at these funds as a whole before I split the 36 available funds into 9 categories and then study each category in...

The biggest problem in setting up a SIP is that it is a tedious process and takes a month to complete the registration. It involves printing, signing and physically mailing a NACH mandate form. And once you've done that, the process goes on for another...

Adding a biller is a necessary step in order to start a SIP with Orowealth. Don't worry, it is completely online and takes less than a minute to do so.  Once you have executed a SIP transaction from Orowealth, and paid for the first installment, you...

You can now import and autotrack your portfolio on Orowealth. You might need to do this to track all your external investments made outside of Orowealth. With Autotracking comes privacy issues, and hence we have created a simple and secure method to Autotrack. How does this...

Mutual funds are gaining a lot of popularity among budding investors. One of the primary reasons for this rising popularity is the ease with which one can invest in mutual funds. Often people confuse investing in mutual funds with investing in SIP. We have the...

The reason the mutual fund is the best tool for investment is because of its versatility in catering to the demands of different people. Some want higher returns, some are risk-averse, while some are in search of regular returns, there is a mutual fund for...

The intent of all investors is the same – to get the best out of their hard-earned money. The investment landscape has widened considerably and offers a lot of options. Two of these investment avenues are mutual funds and equities. Both of them are highly...

The Balancing Act: Short term pain for Long term gain As the dust settles on the Lok Sabha elections with the Modi Government returning with a bang on the back of thumping majority, all eyes were on the Budget, as a medicine to revive growth in...

If you are a long term investor, you must have been hearing about the latest downgrades in debt and liquid funds owing to their exposure to downgraded companies. With IL&FS fiasco, DHFL, ADAG, Yes, and Essel having had their papers and debt gone down in...

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