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  • Learn about money market – its concept, meaning and functions5 July 2018

    Money Market is a segment of Financial Market where borrowing and lending of short-term funds take place. The maturity of money market instruments is from one day to one year. In India, this market is regulated by both RBI and SEBI. The nature of transactions in this market is such that they are large in amount and high in volume. Thus we can say that the entire market is dominated by a small number of large players. Indian money market is divided into

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  • Indian derivatives market – things you must know before investing3 July 2018

    Indian derivatives market is in existence since very long. In the derivatives market, we deal with derivative securities. In Indian derivatives market, trade takes place with the help of derivative securities.  Such derivative securities or instruments are forward, futures options and swaps. Participants in derivatives securities not only trade in these simple derivative securities but also trade hybrid derivative instrument. Derivatives are financial securities and are financial contracts that obtain value from something else, known as underlying securities. Underlying securities

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  • What you need to know on financial market in India?22 June 2018

    A financial market is a marketplace for financial products.  Here buyers and sellers interact with each other. They trade in financial assets like equities, bonds, mutual funds, currencies, and derivatives. The price discovery of such financial assets is purely the play of demand and supply of the underlying assets in the market. Thus, the financial market acts as a bridge between those who have access money with those who are in deficit and in need of money. So, through financial market

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  • What you need to know on capital market structure in India?4 June 2018

    The capital market structure is a layer of the financial system. Here buyers and sellers interact for dealing in financial securities. In fact, the capital market is sub-part of a financial system. The other part of the financial system is money market. Infact, the capital market structure provides structural foundations for long-term capital flow in India.  While the money market deals with short-term financing and its counterpart capital markets with the financing of long-term in nature. The primary aim of the

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  • Learn different types of Mutual Fund Schemes21 May 2018

    There are various types of mutual fund schemes; here in this article, we will learn the basic and common types of schemes. These schemes are categorized based on their utility and features. Based on maturity period 1. Open-ended Fund: An open-ended Mutual Fund generally available for subscription and one can redeem them anytime. It is available for subscription for the whole year. These funds do not have any fixed maturity date, an investor can buy these mutual fund scheme based

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  • The journey to 100 billion TCS market capitalization and way ahead5 May 2018

    TCS market capitalization has crossed INR 100 Billion Dollar marks in April 2018. This helps it made it the first Indian company to cross this mark. A hIsToRy. TCS market capitalization history – a brief introduction to the IT giant  Tata Consultancy Services, The TCS came into existence in 1968. And J.R.D. Tata and F.C. Kohli were their founders. TCS headquarter is in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. What makes is special is that it is subsidiary of Tata group. And has the operation in more than 46

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  • 30 FAQs for IPO investment through ASBA for retail investors23 April 2018

    ASBA is a facility for subscribing to an IPO by any retail investors. In this blog, I attempt to cover the essential concepts and questions related to Applications Supported by Blocked Amount (ASBA) facility. From January 2016, SEBI had made it mandatory to apply for an IPO through ASBA. Q1. What is ASBA? Is it mandatory? The full form of ASBA is ‘Application Supported by Blocked Amount’. It is an application that contains an authorization. This authorization is for blocking the application amount

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  • ASBA – Key points to remember before applying for an IPO17 April 2018

    ASBA stands for “Application Supported by Blocked Amount.” And from January 2016 onward it is mandatory to apply for an initial public offering (IPO) through this method by Securities and Exchange Board of India, the SEBI. The SEBI is the regulator for an IPO in India. ASBA is an authorization to block the application money in a bank account. ASBA is a process of applying for IPO. Here your application allows your bank to hold the subscription amount on your account until

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  • 10 points to know before investing in stocks23 February 2018

    Stocks investing is risky, if you do it blindly. Investing itself by no means a simple process. And for stock investing you need countless considerations and have to manage infinite risks. It is an infinite risk because various sources of risk involved when it comes to investment in a stock. Further, risk comes from not knowing what you are doing. This is rightly pointed out by a legendary disciple of Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffet. So as to reduce risks associated with

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  • Your stock market investment strategy in LTCG era17 February 2018

    LTCG, the abbreviation for long-term capital gain on sale of equity stocks is back. Short-term capital gain already exists. It simply means that as an investor to stock market you need to pay tax once you get in. This is irrespective of the duration of your holdings. However, the tax rate differs in case of long-term and short-term. The same assessment rules will apply to long and short-term gains on real estate investment trust (ReIT) and infrastructure investment trust (InvIT). Equity shares and units

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