Mutual fund charges are invisible to all but savvy investors. This is, in fact, true not just for mutual funds, but nearly all investment products, even your savings account. Now, what do we mean by invisible? We mean that the cost is not explicit or fixed; so it’s not as if you pay an asset […]Share this post!
Sectoral funds are mutual funds that invest in a particular industry sector or a theme. Examples are “Pharma” fund, “FMCG” fund, “Banking Fund”. A sectoral theme could be “GST” which invests in stocks that might benefit from the Goods & Service Tax implementation. Sectoral funds are a good way to take exposure in a particular […]Share this post!
Mutual Funds come in two variants – a regular plan and a direct plan. There are 3 reasons why you must consider direct plans. These are lower cost, good support and most importantly zero conflict of interest. #1 Upto 40% More Long-term Savings There is one major difference between direct plans vs regular plans […]Share this post!
Investing well requires a mix of discipline and endurance. It may appear boring but in the long run you become wealthy and financially independent. Being Financially Independent in turn means that you control your time and as well like to say time is more valuable than money. So how do you succeed in this boring […]Share this post!
Invest in equities or Equity Mutual Funds : “I am a conservative investor”. “I do not like to take risks”. “Equities are not for everyone, definitely not for me”. “Invest your money wisely. Don’t invest in equity”. Do any of these sentences ring a bell? Do you also belong to the same school of thought […]Share this post!
Compounding growth is a fantastic thing when it comes to mutual funds and investments; but it can be found everywhere! You and I started as embryos but we are finally here because those embryonic cell grew at rapid pace! Behind all life forms there is a simple math. This math has compounding at its core. […]Share this post!
ETFs, or Exchange Traded Funds, are an effective vehicle for investing in a basket of securities, particularly Equity. Financial advisors often recommend investing in an ETF such as Nifty ETF. This is particularly true in the US and the developed world. However, ETFs may not be the best way to invest in India, at least […]Share this post!
Why is it easier to choose a doctor than an Investment Advisor? Why are people shy, when it comes to asking the right questions when selecting an Investment Advisor? It is obvious that a visit to a doctor cannot be avoided when one is not well. At the same time, people do not proactively seek […]Share this post!