We all love customizations. Don’t we!? One highly underrated aspect of mutual funds is the customization they provide in terms of dividend payout Usually when we invest in stocks, whenever a company chooses to provide a dividend payout, it automatically credits on to our account.
It is important to understand the impact of taxation on your investments. The dividends and the capital appreciation on shares will be taxed.
If we succumb to our urges and break the “piggybank” and jump straight into it, we end up with a huge hit in our retirement corpus.
In the long run, by investing only in fixed deposits , you end up not only losing out on higher returns (read opportunity cost) but your capital also gets eroded. Isn’t that a shocker? Losing money? In fixed instruments? You probably are wondering what we are smoking. But…
Gold market is an attractive space for investors due to its high level of liquidity with return in line with the inflation rate.
We have all been there. Don’t worry, not all can be Mr.Warren Buffet to understand the nuances of money before we hit puberty. We all make some financial blunders.
Employee and employer contribute 12% of salary in provident fund which will act as the retirement corpus for the employees. Voluntary, long and sustained investment leads to a significant corpus
An Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is a bouquet of investment instruments such as stocks, gold, or bonds. ETFs are in very similar to mutual funds, but listed in the stock exchange.
Hard assets used in everyday life. Traders buy and sell commodities as papers in commodity market. The basic principles of supply and demand drive the markets similar to the equity market.
Government security bond is one of the safest available market instruments. But, what about corporate bonds. How do we judge it?