Beware of these 5 myths before you invest in mutual funds

August 04, 2020|Vidit Jain|Investment

Investing decisions can be complicated sometimes. After all, there are so many options available in the market, from stocks and bonds to real estate and money market instruments. It becomes difficult to choose the right investment instrument especially when you have many choices all around. For layman investors, one of the best options could be a mutual fund that allows investment into equ....

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July 08, 2020|Vidit Jain|Investment

Have you ever imagined what may happen if you don`t ever invest money? In the current market situation, it’s 100% safer if you don`t invest at all, and therefore no chance of losing any money, right? No, because there is something called time value of money which cause you losses, e.g., the value of Rs 500 as of today is not the same compared to what it was worth 5 years back. So, investing....

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Investing in mutual funds post Budget 2020? Keep these things ....

February 28, 2020|Amit Jain|Investment

The tax implications of various mutual funds may change entirely after the proposals of Budget 2020 are implemented. What should you do now? In Budget 2020, it’s been proposed to levy Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) at 10% on the dividend income when the distribution amount to an investor is higher than Rs 5000. Post Budget 2020, there are several changes that may change the mutual....

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5 things to keep in mind when buying health insurance

February 27, 2020|Niraj Jain|Insurance

The medical inflation is skyrocketing, and it’s growing at a higher pace than food inflation. There is a famous proverb, ‘Health is wealth’. Medical emergencies can easily wipe away your entire money at once. Since most of us cannot afford one-time expenses on health emergencies, it is better to take the health insurance cover. They usually charge a premium periodically and helps us with a....

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Mutual Funds For Your Long-Term Goal

February 26, 2020|Amit Jain|Financial Planning

How to invest in mutual funds to achieve your retirement goals? We all know that retirement is inevitable. After a certain number of years on the job, most of us will retire. Some will take new work which are now available for retirees while some will pursue new venture or their old passion which were unattended because of vagaries of professional life. In any case, the regular flow....

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Budget 2020: FM needs to find a balance between growth and fis....

February 01, 2020|Birendra Jain|Equity and Economy

Budget 2020 Expectations: The Union Budget 2020 will be all about finding a balance between supporting growth and arresting slowdown and, at the same time, sticking to fiscal prudence, given the tight situation of the governmet’s finances and state of the economy. The slowdown in the economy, high unemployment, and falling consumer spending are urging the government to intervene and t....

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Things MF investors should look while investing in the current....

December 15, 2019|Ravi Jain|Investment

The volatility across the investment asset class has made investors rethink their investment strategy. Whether it is a stock market, company bonds, realty market, or any other investment product, the return stability is missing everywhere. However, there is a broader consensus among the investment experts that mutual funds still allow better return opportunity, flexibility, and safety to every ....

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Mutual Fund Vs FD: Which of the two offers better investment o....

November 30, 2019|Ravi Jain|Investment

Fixed deposits are a pure debt-oriented investment product, while mutual funds offer the opportunity to invest in different types of asset classes.  Mutual funds offer plenty of choices. They are primarily of three types based on the proportion of equity. Traditionally, Indians have been investing in fixed deposits (FDs) because of the safety they provide. However, in recent....

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From PPF to Senior Citizens Savings Scheme, best investment op....

November 13, 2019|Ravi Jain|Investment

The risk-taking capacity varies from person to person. Here are some steps to smart investment strategy for the risk-averse investors.Risk-averse investors should distribute the investment across different asset classes while adhering to their short and long-term goals requirement.The risk-taking capacity varies from person to person. It usually depends on factors like income, age, financial re....

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Things to keep in mind when investing in mutual funds in the c....

September 30, 2019|Ravi Jain|Investment

"Domestic and global slowdown has severely impacted the investor`s sentiment. It`s time to focus on investment`s basic rules and avoid unnecessary investment mistakes"The current investment market may not seem very promising for investors due to economic slowdown. However, if they stick to the basics and avoid irrational decisions, then they can get huge benefit in the near future. With the opt....

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