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
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
PPF (Public provident fund) holds an iconic status as far as saving/investment options are concerned but in recent years interest rates on PPF investments have been declining steadily latest interest rates on PPF is 7.9 % for Q1 2017-2018. Interest rates on PPF now trail yields on government securities and hence will always stay in line with interest rates on other saving rates in market.
The graph below shows how interest rates have moved for your
Equity Linked Savings Scheme (ELSS)
Equity Linked Savings Scheme (ELSS) is an open-ended equity mutual fund plan. Explaining ELSS in simple words would be that it is an investment alternative in the equity market which has its mainstream of the corpus invested in the Equity block in its portfolio. At the outset, ELSS is a category of Mutual Fund, especially recommended to the new-bee investors of the stock market who
Equity Link Savings Scheme is a kind of equity mutual fund that qualifies for tax exemption under section 80C of Income Tax. This post discusses various ELSS options that investors have for investing.
- ELSS has the lock-in period of 3 years which is lowest among other options available like PPF or tax saving fixed deposit or national saving certificate.
- The returns in ELSS is comparatively higher as compared to other tax
Equity link schemes are mutual fund schemes that qualify for tax saving investment under the limit of Rs.1.5 Lakh under section 80 C of Income tax and is considered as one of the best ways to utilise their investment limit by not only saving tax but also through achieving their financial goals. This blog looks into ELSS lock in period for the
Risk is the main quotient in Investment World. A favorable risk-reward balance attracts most of the investment from the public. As investing in large cap, Midcap, small cap, multi-cap has different degrees of risk involved in it, people tend to give a second thought before investing. Investing in Balanced funds reduces the risk of downside to the fund to some extent as it has a good composition of Fixed income securities and equity. The fund’s
Diversification of a portfolio is a method of minimising losses and increasing prospect for future growth. Diversified equity Mutual Fund is also of same nature (Less volatility than Mid cap and small cap funds and High Return). It invests across companies, sector of different market capitalisation. Investing in the large cap is considered to be a low-risk and high return investment as it invests in the proven business model and good companies whereas investing in