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  • A beginners guide for debt mutual fund schemes investing in India4 January 2019

    Institutional players mostly dominate the debt market segment in India. Direct participation of retail investors is negligible in this segment. This is so because either they show no interest or as it is poorly understood. However, the equation is changing but very slowly, with the debt mutual fund schemes in India. It hardly matters whether you are planning to save money through mutual funds for the first time or are a regular investor. You should consider some debt mutual fund

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  • What do you need to know about the certificate of deposit in India?28 December 2018

    There are very few options for short-term investments in India for retail investors. Certificate of deposit is one of them. Due to the very nature debt instruments covers all short-term investments. With this logic certificate of deposit are debt instruments. The short form of a certificate of deposit, i.e. CD is popular among the investment community in India. However, there is very limited participation of retail investors in the certificate of deposit. This is mainly due to unawareness about the

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  • How to pick a right kind of money market mutual fund schemes for your portfolio?13 December 2018

    Money market mutual fund schemes in India comes under debt instruments. It is also loosely known as “liquid funds”. However, technically liquid funds are different from money market funds. Liquid funds invest in debt and money market securities with a maturity of up to 91 days only. However, in money market funds investments are made in money market instruments having maturity up to one year.  Here, in the present blog, I am going to discuss exclusively on the methods that will

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  • Money market mutual funds – an investment guide for retail investors3 December 2018

    Money market mutual funds are a good short-term investment option available for retail investors in India. For retailers, there are very few options available for investment of surplus funds for short duration in India. However, adding are mutual funds scheme that invests exclusively in money market instruments. In this blog, I will cover exclusively things any retail investor needs to equip him/herself. Furnish with the knowledge that is must for investment in money market funds. Right from the introduction, meaning,

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  • Do retail investors should really care about money market in India?3 November 2018

    Investing money keeping in view the timely requirement of it, is very critical for retail investors in India. For a long-term purpose, there are a handful of options available to such retailers in India. But when it comes to investing for the short-term period, there are very few instruments available to them. Besides a few options, there is also lack of awareness relating to the availability of instruments for short duration investments. Instruments of the money market are basically short-term

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  • Understanding power of attorney and debit instruction slip – are they mandatory?10 October 2018

    To begin with, let me ask that how many of us have read between the lines in that long form that our broker gave us to sign on? Yea, those very initial documents that include your particulars, terms of services, other conditions and a power of attorney and debit instruction slip. Not many read through all these documents with complete in-depth understanding and that is fine in most cases ‘only if’ you keep a catch of important or key powers

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  • Things you must know about demat charges and the way to reduce them27 September 2018

    In a demat account, you not only hold equities but also hold other financial securities. Other securities include mutual fund scheme units, government bonds, debentures, nationals savings certificate, and insurance policies. In sometimes from now you will get a copy of your educational qualification as well in demat form. The organizations that manage your demat account do it for a fee which we call as demat charges. In India, the NSDL and the CDSL are the organizations to hold demat

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  • Why every Indian must have a demat account along with bank account13 September 2018

    When was the last time you met someone holding shares certificates of a company in his hands? Or someone who had to go all the way to the registered office of a company to buy its shares or debentures or any other security? Cannot even recall right? Not your fault. Demat account has taken place of the physical form in India long back. Because indeed the practice of purchasing, selling and holding of securities in their physical form has long

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  • Mastering your online trading app screen – here lies the future12 September 2018

    We are living in industry 4.0 era where every nook and corner of our world is going online and mobile. It is true for the trading and investment world of finance domain as well. So it is high time that you make use of an online trading app for all your trading and investment processes. Anyone can initiate trading on mobile. The only requirement is that he or she must have a trading and bank account. The bank account must

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  • Is mobile trading changing the face of online trading now?3 September 2018

    In the last couple of years, there is immense development in the digital communications space. These developments are nowhere stopping or slowing down. Instead, it is accelerating with the innovation around artificial intelligence (AI) and harnessing the power of GPU technology. This is assisting advancement in the proliferation of mobile devices more than ever. Furthermore, this is significantly altering the world of trading as well. It is opening new avenues to the new generation of traders across the globe and

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