At Orowealth, we have shortlisted top 3 ELSS funds to invest for 2019-20. These ELSS funds will help in your tax planning for the coming fiscal year. Investing in these funds will give you tax benefit under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act. These...

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...

Mutual fund investment can be an intimidating decision. There are usually so many questions you need to ask and answer! Which type of fund is best for me? Is this fund more profitable than the other one? How do I track and measure my returns...

Mutual funds are the go-to option for long-term investors; but what if you need to invest money for a short-term and still need a decent rate of return? The answer is money market funds. Money market funds are one of the best solutions for investors...

What are Index Funds? An index fund, as the name suggests, invests money in an index benchmark. In India, the role of the benchmark is fulfilled by Nifty, Sensex and likewise indices. The performance of an index fund is directly proportionate to the performance of these...

What are Balanced Funds? Balanced funds are mutual funds, which provide exposure to both equity and fixed income classes, or bonds, in a sizable measure. They get their name from the ‘balance’ that they try to strike between the two aforementioned asset classes. While equity mutual funds...

Generally, investors having a high-risk appetite consider mid-cap companies for investments. These customers aim for higher returns. If an investor is willing to wait for a 3-5 year period then they can consider investing in mid-cap mutual funds. If you are planning to invest in...

If ever there is an analysis of the psychology behind investments, investors can be segregated into two halves – one that invests from an investment point of view or for making money and the other half who end up investing in these for saving taxes....

The types of mutual funds are currently available in India range across a wide spectrum. They are largely classified by asset class, structure and investment objective. Each one of them has a different risk and reward profile. Therefore, you must choose the one which best...

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