Want to retire rich? Follow this mutual funds investment strategy, say experts

Retirement Planning: The most preferred retirement wish of each earning individual is to retire rich or have that much of the maturity amount, which is enough to meet their financial requirements post-retirement. Mutual Funds are one of the most preferred investment tools among Indian investors for achieving their long-term investment goals. However, when it comes to deciding the mutual funds tool while allocating funds to one’s portfolio, which mutual fund category will be better suited for retirement plan becomes a hectic task. As the mutual fund has small-cap, mid-cap and large-cap…

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Debt Funds vs FD: Know Which is the Best Investment Option

For risk-averse investors who want fixed returns, there are two options: bank fixed deposits and debt funds. While both offer fixed returns and are relatively risk-free, especially when compared to equity investments, there are significant differences between the two. Let’s look at the differences between debt funds and fixed deposits so that you can figure out for yourself which one’s best for you: Debt Funds vs FD: Differences between Debt Funds and Fixed Deposits Variety: When it comes to fixed deposits there’s not all that much of variety. You can invest…

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Investment in equity mutual funds drops 41% to Rs 75,000 crore in 2019

Investors pumped in nearly Rs 75,000 crore in equity-oriented mutual fund schemes in 2019, a sharp plunge of 41% from the preceding year, mainly hit by extreme market volatility amid slowing economic growth. Experts, however, are of the view that equity schemes will attract investor interest this year as the market is expected to perform well. “While volatility in the market may continue for some more time going forward, we believe investors will want to benefit from this volatility and use it to create and growth their wealth. As we…

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Mutual Fund Investment: Want better returns? 5 immunity boosting funds to SIP this monsoon

The mutual funds mentioned below will provide stability and performance considering the current market scenario. With uncertainty gripping the world with important external events like US-China Trade War, US-Iran faceoff and internal events like slowdown in economy in India in terms of Auto and FMCG sales, it makes sense to invest in the equity market via mutual funds systematically, thereby enabling the investor to take advantage of the Lows and Highs faced by the market. The below-mentioned mutual funds cater to different categories like Large Cap, Mid Cap, Small Cap,…

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Want to invest in ‘value’ stocks like Buffett? Look at these funds

Value investing is a strategy to spot stocks trading below their intrinsic values. The domestic equity market is going through a rough patch this year amid subdued macroeconomic triggers. Rising crude oil prices, slower-than-expected earnings growth, trade war concerns and a falling rupee have dragged midcaps and smallcaps down by up to 15 per cent so far in 2018. Voices are still echoing in the market that the risk-reward ratio in second-rung stocks is still not in favour of investors despite the recent correction. New investors who have entered the market in…

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Looking to invest in mutual funds? Here’s how to get your KYC done

Complying with the Know Your Customer or KYC norms is mandatory for every mutual fund’s investor. It is important for an investor to submit their identity details to the mutual fund houses. AMC’s are required to formulate rules and implement a customer identification program in accordance with the Prevention of Money laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA). These rules and regulation gets updated and is issued by SEBI from time to time. The KYC process is free for the investors. What are all documents required? Firstly, you need to get a KYC…

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