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mutual funds vs ppf: the better investment instrument

Mutual Funds Vs PPF: Which Is the Better Investment Instrument?

by Sandhya Krishnan • October 2, 2019

“Investors should always keep in mind that the most important metric is not the returns achieved but the returns weighed against the risks incurred. Ultimately, nothing should be more important to investors than the ability to sleep soundly at night”- Seth Klarman Nowadays, investors have a plethora of investment options to choose from, which can […]

What is market timing and why it won’t work?

by Sneha R • September 19, 2019

Standing in 2019, if an individual decides to look back and ponder upon their investments decisions, would they be able to identify where they went wrong? Would they like to go back and undo a few of them that had cost them because they just couldn’t get the ‘market timing’ right! Before one accredits any […]

difference between fpi and fdi

What Is The Difference Between FPI And FDI?

by Richa Sharma • August 23, 2019

Every country requires capital for its economic growth, and the funds cannot be raised from its domestic sources alone. Foreign Portfolio Investment (FPI) and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) are the two essential and well-sought type of foreign capital by the countries, especially by the developing world. Post Union Budget FY 2019-20, most of you surely would […]

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What Is EPF Balance?

by Mridul Agrawal • June 28, 2019

EPF or Employee Provident Fund is a fund in which a portion of your salary gets deposited every month, for the purpose of building your retirement savings. EPF balance is the total amount of your salary that is deposited in the EPF account, under your name, on a particular date. In this article, we will […]

Which is Better SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) Or Recurring Deposit

by Richa Sharma • June 14, 2019

Setting aside a fixed amount of money every month specifically for savings or investment is the best way to create wealth in the long run without much effort. Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) in Mutual Funds and Recurring Deposits (RD) in banks are the two most popular ways in India which serve this purpose of long-term […]


The Story of Abigail P. Johnson: One of The Richest Female Investors in the World

by Ishan Bansal • June 12, 2019

The world of investing has seen many stalwarts, but some of the most common names that pop up in our mind is Mr. Warren Buffett, Mr. George Soros, Mr. Michael Bloomberg, etc. But have you ever heard of a female investor making a name in this vast and exciting world of investing? No, right? Because […]


Gold Exchange Traded Funds: Meaning, Tax Benefits and Advantages

by Bhavnoor Kaur • May 22, 2019

You must’ve come across a term called ETF in the stock market. It is also possible that you have heard a great deal about them. However, do you know how they can add value to your portfolio? What Is an Exchange Traded Fund? An exchange-traded fund is generally an investment fund, with the convenience of […]

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Complete Guide to Exchange Traded Funds (ETF)-2019

by Subham Sharma • April 10, 2019

ETF stands for exchange traded funds. These are instruments that invest in stocks or securities in the same proportion as the index that they track. We can say that each ETF tracks a particular index, which can be related to equity, debt or gold indices. As they track a particular index, they are a popular […]

bull phase or bear phase: when should you start an SIP?

Bull Phase or Bear Phase: When Should You Start an SIP?

by Subham Sharma • April 1, 2019

The recent rally in the last few weeks in the market has been welcomed by the investors. This has been so because the rally was in the backdrop wherein the markets were despondent and investors were at tenterhooks. Many macro factors were against India lately. But the scenario has changed to the better with factors […]

4 Investment Avenues Where Returns Don’t Matter

by Sandhya Krishnan • March 25, 2019

“Know what you own and know why you own it.” – Peter Lynch Financial experts often reiterate the importance of a balanced investment portfolio and the risk-return trade-off. However, there are some investment decisions, when returns don’t matter. Every decision cannot be viewed purely from the financial ROI angle. Life throws up several challenges, financial […]

5 investment options if you have limited funds

5 Best Low Risk Investment Options To Obtain Decent Returns

by Abhijeet Saha • February 6, 2019

People generally think that investing means subjecting yourself to either high-risk investment mediums or investing in the conventional instruments. In fact, whenever you receive a particular sum of money, 3 options come to your mind. Savings account Fixed deposit Recurring deposit Agreed that these are low-risk investment options, but do they give good returns? Let’s […]

Financial Capital vs Human Capital

Financial Capital Vs Human Capital

by Groww Staff • November 8, 2018

How much of my portfolio should be in stocks and how much in fixed income? That’s a million dollar question that bothers most new investors. A popular rule of thumb many financial advisors talk about is the ‘100 minus your age’ rule. It says that one should subtract his/her age from 100 and the remainder […]