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  • Learn about the money market – its concept, meaning, and functions22 May 2019

    Money Market is a segment of the financial market in India 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 (the Reserve bank of India) and SEBI (the Security and Exchange Board of India). 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

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  • 30 FAQs for IPO investment through ASBA for retail investors20 May 2019

    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 May 2019

    ASBA stands for “Application Supported by Blocked Amount.” It is a term given to a process of applying IPO in India. Moreover, 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 of an IPO in India. ASBA is an authorization to block the application money in a bank account. Thus, ASBA is a process of applying for an IPO.

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  • Here are the anatomy of 3 valuable IPO bidding rules to increase allotment prospects14 May 2019

    IPO investment is a good source of earning to the retail investor if selected properly. But even after due consideration of fundamentals and valuation of any IPO and subsequent subscribing, it is not necessary that one get share allotment. Thus, merely subscribing to any public issue does not guarantee for share allotment. This is a true limitation especially when there is lots of buzz going on any particular issue. So, to enhance the possibility of share allotment, it is always

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  • The best kept secret of high beta stocks you must know10 May 2019

    Lots of buzz goes around the “High Beta Stocks” in the stock market. Traders, mostly the newbie’s, wrongly presume High beta Stocks to generate high returns. Not only new investors, but high beta stocks also lure medium term and long term investors too. Investment in high beta stocks, if not done cautiously, can become a trap for investors. Thus, It is advisable to understand all the mechanism that involves investing in the high beta stocks before playing with it. Before

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  • Do retail investors should really care about money market in India?7 May 2019

    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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  • Popular customers FAQs on Raghunandan Money, why its helpful?3 May 2019

    For any business ‘customers are king’, and we at Raghunandan Money value our customers most. Having a happy customer is worth more than having a large customer base but with a high level of unsatisfaction. So, we have jotted down the most frequently asked questions of a new customer to Raghunandan Money. These popular customers FAQs will help you understand us a little better and aid our bonding stronger. 1. What is Raghunandan Money and how old this company is?

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  • Currency swap for foreign exchange rate management – lessons for stock market investors19 April 2019

    The word swapping means to exchange. So, a currency swap is an agreement or a contract between the two parties. In such a swap they agree to trade their currencies at the preset up terms and conditions. Thus, a currency swap or a cross-currency swap is an off-balance sheet transaction. Here, two parties exchange principal amount and interest that incur in different currencies. The dual purpose of a currency swap is – To hedge exposure to exchange rate risk, or

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  • 9 FAQs on RMoney brokerage charges – What are they and why does it matter?15 April 2019

    As a matter of fact, you cannot buy or sell shares, derivative products or other financial instruments directly. Being that, you will need an agent or a middleman. Specifically, such agents or authorized middleman are known as brokers. For this purpose, brokers offer their services for a fee known as brokerages. At the same time, as a retail investor, brokerages are not only the charges that you need to pay. Analogous to there are other fees and charges as well

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  • India VIX- all you need to know about volatility index of NSE5 April 2019

    India VIX is the indication of investor’s perception of the market’s volatility in the near term. This portrays the expected volatility of the market over the next 30 calendar days. Thus, India’s volatility index or the India VIX is the key measure of market expectations of near term volatility of Nifty stock index option prices. As a matter of fact, technically, you can compute VIX on the basis of the order book of Nifty options. For this, there is a

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