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...

Everybody likes making money, right? The more, the better! However, there’s only so much you can earn and save while working a conventional job, considering all monthly expenses and sundry expenditures. What do you do in such a case? Invest it, of course! Investing money wisely...

The Best Time to Invest in Mutual Funds Mutual funds are touted to be one of the best investment options for people seeking financial stability, with the moderate market risk involved. While that is true, investing in mutual funds is an art – you need to...

It is often said that mutual fund is the best investment vehicle for new investors as well as small investors. One does not require any special knowledge about the finance or investment domain to be able to invest in mutual funds. Moreover, there is no...

‘Is Demat account required for mutual fund' is one of the many questions that bogs a new investor down. A question like this not only confuses a new investor but also delays the investor’s decision to begin their mutual fund investment journey. Therefore, a short...

  Choosing a mutual fund, be it equity or debt mutual fund is not an easy task. There are some funds that give higher returns but put your capital at risk, while some others generate moderate returns but protect your capital from losing value. Moreover, there...

Off late with the rising focus on mutual funds, diversification has become one of the most used words among the investor’s community. In this blog, we, at Orowealth, seek to unfold what is diversification and how diversification in a fund helps reduce the risk associated...

When you search for the term “investing” in Google, it provides a plethora of results. While many websites provide intellectual content on investing, we believe investing only require basic principles and not full-length texts or complete website for that matter. This time, we seek to...

What is a Demat account? A Demat account, also known as the dematerialized account, is similar to a bank account but is meant to hold financial instruments in electronic form. Financial instruments include shares, bonds, government securities, mutual funds etc. A demat account functions similar to...

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...