What are Indexes in the India Stock Markets?

by Pijush Biswas • September 17, 2019

People often speak about that the market fell one day, or that the market jumped another day. However, if you read the stock table, you will realize that not all stocks rose or fell. There were some which moved in the opposite direction. This market means an Index. What is an Index? A stock index or stock market […]

Stocks or mutual funds: which one should you choose?

Direct Stock or Mutual Funds – Which One Should you Choose Based on Your Investment Style?

by Subham Sharma • November 30, 2018

One good transformation noticeable in India today is that savings of households is not entirely going to fixed income instruments such as PPF, Post Office Savings Scheme, fixed deposits etc. This one way is fruitful, but on the other hand, we, as investors face this dilemma quite often whether to invest our hard earned money […]

Should you turn to the ETF option for safety amidst market volatility?

Should you turn to the ETF option for safety amidst market volatility?

by Pijush Biswas • November 12, 2018

To say exchange-traded funds (ETF’s) are enjoying a high right now is an understatement, ETFs have become the darlings of the investing world. In the first two months of 2018, new funds launched at a pace faster than one per day. And a recent survey conducted by BlackRock found that 62% of investors planned to […]

5 red flags for a mutual fund investor

5 red flags for a new mutual fund investor

by Groww • October 6, 2018

The best thing about Mutual Funds – it’s like your favourite ice cream parlour. There is a flavour for everyone! Sounds interesting? Let me elaborate. High risk, low risk, open-ended, closed-ended, long term, short term etc. MFs are more risk-averse and diversified than any other form of investment. They ensure the investor safer and better […]

why do some investors prefer hybrid over equity?

Why do some investors prefer hybrid funds over equity?

by Niraj • October 3, 2018

Some investors invest money based on the market sentiment. For example, they look out for periods when equity is doing well or when debt has a bright prospect. As a result, they lose out on capital appreciation. To make money, you need to invest at a low price and sell at a high price. You […]

STP, SIP, SWP diffrence

SIP, STP and SWP – What’s the difference?

by Niraj • September 12, 2018

In a dynamic world such as ours, it is good to be systematic. Well, in this article our discussion shall revolve around the theme systematic in the world of mutual funds. By now, you must have heard of the terms – SIP, STP and SWP. In this blog, we seek to discuss each of these […]

Mutual fund guide for beginners

Things to Know Before Investing in Mutual Funds India

by Pijush Biswas • September 10, 2018

Investing your idle money is very important. One of the most compelling reasons for you to invest is the prospect of having financially stable life. The bottom line is, there are only two ways to make money: by working and/or by having your assets work for you. Mutual funds have become an incredibly popular option for […]

Why Are YOU Afraid of Investing in Mutual Funds?

by Nyrika Guha Roy • August 31, 2018

I am an avid investor. A few months back, I wasn’t. In fact, I was as sceptical as you were (its true). “Will I lose my money? What if the expense ratio increases? Are equity funds too volatile?” these were the questions that haunted me constantly. Obviously something changed and I started investing in mutual […]

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How To Link Aadhaar With Your Mutual Funds? (All funds from Camsonline, Karvy, Sundaram and Franklin)

by Ankit Jain • November 1, 2017

It is mandatory to have an Aadhar card for investing in mutual funds. In an effort to track down black money, Indian Government has made it mandatory for all investors to link their unique Aadhar no with all financial transactions including mutual fund investments. Amendments have been made in Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) […]

dividend mutual fund vs systematic withdrawal plan swp

Dividend Mutual Fund vs Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP)

by Shikhar Singh • September 4, 2017

Do you have a lump sum amount of money? And do you use a small part of this money on a regular basis? If yes, then obviously you haven’t used that money to invest at all. There is a way to easily invest that money and still have a regular income every month. There are […]

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Best Mutual Funds To Invest With Rs 1000 Minimum

by Rohit Mishra • June 22, 2017

The best thing about mutual funds is that they enable you to invest with very small amounts. There is no other way you can invest with reasonable diversification with an amount as low as Rs 1000. SIP (Systematic Investment Plans) of a lot of mutual funds allow min investment with just Rs 1000. So if […]

Banks Supported for Paperless SIP

by Sangam Sharma • February 11, 2017

Here is the list of Banks that are supported for paperless SIP.  Learn how to set up paperless SIP here. If your bank is not in the below list, please contact or call at 91088 00604. State Bank of India Axis Bank Bank of Maharashtra Catholic Syrian Bank Corporation Bank Cosmos Bank Firstrand Bank […]