Before the establishment of the Securities Exchange Board of India (“SEBI”), Unit Trust of India was created in order to bring the savings from the household to industries and protect the interests of the investors. However, with the growth of industrialization, there was a need...

The demand for products facilitating investments has grown over time in search of a better lifestyle. Adding to it the depreciating value of the currency has forced investors to look at a diverse array of investment solutions which can help them grow their wealth. A...

Young investors with little experience of how the Stock Market functions have a pertinent question “Is it safe to invest in Mutual Funds”? They need to know that there are risks involved in any form of investment where careful research is not carried out. It...

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....

Mutual funds investment can be done in two types of plans – regular and direct. Since the 2013 regulation by SEBI, all fund houses provide both kinds of investment plans to the public. Consequently, one of the most frequently asked questions is how one can...

Over the past few decades, the role of mutual funds as a dependable source of investment in a world of uncertain finances. has grown significantly. The power granted to the purchaser of investing in a dozen different securities without burning a hole through the pocket...

‘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,...

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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