Posts Tagged Under: Mutual Funds

Fixed Deposit vs Mutual Fund : All you need to Know

Fixed Deposit vs Mutual fund is a difficult comparison. We compare FD and Mutual Funds based on return, risk profile, investment horizon and other factors. Both of them are very different product and each has its own advantage and disadvantages.

Meaning

Fixed Deposit (FD) are saving tools offered by banks to deposit lump sum amount for a fixed period of time on
higher interest rate than saving accounts. The interest rate offered on fixed deposits are compounded quarterly and

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SIP vs PPF : A Detailed Comparison

A Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) is a small and easy plan offered to interested mutual fund investors. SIP scheme 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 invest under in the Mutual Fund scheme in instalment instead of a lump sum of amount. In this blog SIP vs PPF we compare SIP and PPF with regards to

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Mutual fund vs ETF: Performance, pros and cons, how to invest

Mutual funds vs ETFs is a debate going all over the world especially in the United States. In this post, we have a look at mutual fund vs etf performance, performance and how to chose one over the other.

In last few years actively managed mutual funds have not been able to outperform passive index funds. This has called into question high fee mutual funds charge. Current mutual fund fee in United states is about 1

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Best Liquid funds to invest in 2017

Looking to invest your short-term funds in liquid funds. This post lists Best liquid funds to invest. We start with introduction to liquid funds and then capture the list of top liquid funds for 2017.

When did you last check the average account balance in your savings account and the interest you earn on these savings. Well if you are lucky you might earn about 6% but in most cases, you will earn anything between 4-5%

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SIP or Lumpsum Investments. Which is better?

What is SIP :

SIP stands for Systematic Investment plan. SIP is nothing but a periodic way of investing in mutual funds instead of investing everything in one go or lump sum as it is commonly called.

One of the most important questions I get from friends, clients, and bodhik users is  a variant of the following

I have  Rs X now to invest should I make a lump sum investment or  invest using a SIP?

While my intuitive

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All you want to know about liquid funds

Liquid Funds

 

This blog post will try to answer following questions

  1. What are liquid funds
  2. Where do liquid funds invest
  3. What are the top liquid funds in India
  4. Why and when you should invest in liquid funds
  5. Why liquid funds are better than saving accounts
  6. Liquid funds versus Fixed deposits
  7. Tax implications of liquid funds
  8. How to chose liquid funds

What are liquid funds :

Liquid funds are

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