Investment in the capital markets always exposes your capital to the risk of volatility and is not suitable for those investors who depend on their savings for livelihood. Short Term Debt Mutual Funds provides an alternative to traditional Fixed Deposit and Monthly Income schemes with higher return and low volatility. These are also known as income funds. The fund invests in Govt. and companies debt instrument and money market instrument of shorter duration of maturity of
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HDFC mutual fund is one of the premier mutual fund house in the country. HDFC mutual fund was approved by SEBI to as a registered asset management company on 3rd of July 2010.HDFC mutual fund also took over the business of Morgan Stanley mutual fund and Zurich India mutual fund in India.
HDFC mutual fund as of today runs about 1162 schemes and has 237177 crores of funds under management. HDFC mutual fund offers schemes across
Monthly Income Plan or MIP as the name suggest is an investment strategy in which major part of the capital is invested in debt fund&money market instrument ( around 70-80%) to generate interest income which is given to investors in form of dividend and rest is invested in equity stocks (15-30%). MIPs are subject to volatility but the risk of downside is lesser. In this post, we look at best MIP mutual funds to
SIP is a way to invest into ELSS or other mutual funds in a recurring way. In this post we look at various aspects of investing into ELSS via SIP mode.
A systematic investment plan (SIP) is a small and easy method to invest one’s money in mutual fund schemes. SIP is very much similar to recurring deposit scheme wherein an investor invests small amount of money on regular basis. The SIP scheme helps an individual investor to
Updated on 11th of July 2017
SBI Mutual Fund is one of the biggest mutual fund houses in India. SBI AMC( asset management company). It has approximately 158 thousand crores of assets under management and runs 615 different mutual fund schemes.SBI Mutual Fund has schemes across equity, debt ( short term, long term), money market etc. SBI Mutual fund factsheet captures monthly performance of all SBI mutual fund schemes
Introduction to SBI Mutual funds
What is a Debt Fund
Debt funds are an investment pool that invests mainly in highly rated fixed income securities like central and state government securities, corporate deposits, treasury bills, corporate bonds. These funds are managed by highly skilled professional. The overall expense ratio is lower in debt fund as compared to the equity fund, main reason for it is overall management cost is lower. There is a lock-in period for several debt funds
In this post, we discuss about large cap funds meaning, performance, risk and other advantages/disadvantages.
Large Cap Mutual Funds
While investing in equity, one lesson an investor has to learn is to diversify its investment. Return appetite, return expectation and future goals are some of the investment decisions one has to make before investing in equity. An investor has a wide variety of investment options and each of them has its own characteristics, advantages and disadvantages. It
Fixed deposit comes first to the mind, when we are talking about reliable and safe investment options. In India, fixed deposits have been a favorite of the investors due to reliability of the return and the fact that it can be easily opened in any bank or post office and provides better returns than savings account. In this post, we have a look at fixed deposit interest rates in various banks across India
It is no longer a secret that investing in equities over a long term gives the best performance across all the asset classes. However, the risk of investing in the stock market increases two fold when you invest directly. It requires a thorough understanding of tools and technique, fundamental research and analysis, understanding of market trend, forecasting etc. It becomes very difficult for an average investor to
Gilt Funds in India: Meaning, Advantages and Disadvantages
Gilt Funds are the category of mutual which plant it’s all money in the government-affiliated securities. So the basic attribute attached to the Gilt funds is that they purely under the shadow of government bonds which makes it virtually risk-free. Accordingly, they are mainly for the hesitant and traditionalist investors who always seem to be suspecting the stock market