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How to earn Rs 50,000 monthly via investing in mutual funds?

Disclaimer: This story is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as investment advice. You can earn a regular monthly income just by investing a substantial portion into mutual funds. However this may include the impending tax liability. In a mutual fund query, an investor wanted to know where they should invest to earn Rs 50,000 on a monthly basis, a report by ET Mutual Funds revealed. “I am looking for a monthly income of Rs 50,000. Tell me how to go about it? How much investment is required? Whether one-time…

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Accumulate Rs 1 Crore by Investing Just Rs 5,000 Monthly

To many, Rs 1 crore may look like an unachievable figure but it is possible to accumulate the sum by investing just Rs 5,000 per month provided you follow these rules. Invest in growth assets By this, we mean an asset class that has the potential to deliver higher returns over long-term. Equity is one such asset class. Over long term, equity has potential to deliver over 12-15 per cent annual return whereas investments in conservative assets such as fixed income will only yield you 7-8 per cent annually. See…

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Creo Teases Mark 1 Smartphone, Promises Monthly Feature Updates

Creo has just posted a video revealing the Mark 1 smartphone on its social media feeds. While specifications aren’t forthcoming at this point, judging by the video, the Mark 1 phone has a contemporary look with a curved metallic rim and slim glass back, and is about the size of an iPhone 6 Plus. Rather than compete on specifications or price, it looks like the startup is looking to differentiate itself through OS updates that will keep your phone running like new, with a new feature released each month. “We…

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BlackBerry Says It’s the ‘First OEM’ to Deliver Monthly Android Security Patches

At the time of the launch of the BlackBerry Priv, the Canadian smartphone company had assured that it will give a lot of emphasis on the security of its users. Four months later, BlackBerry continues to stand by its words. In less than 24 hours since Google issued its monthly security bulletin last week, BlackBerry released a patch to address all the flagged vulnerabilities. Without pointing out fingers to any particular OEM, BlackBerry said last week that it is the “first OEM to deliver patches in line with Google’s public…

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