What Is STP (Systematic Transfer Plan) And How To Start STP?
What is STP? STP stands for Systematic Transfer Plan. STP is an automated way of moving (transferring) money from one mutual fund to another. This plan is chosen when one wants to invest a lump sum amount but wants to avoid the marketing-timing risk. The most common and sensical way of doing STP is to transfer […]
Why NRI Should Invest in Mutual Funds in India
Any enterprising person is always on the look out for investments that give high returns with minimal risk. It goes without saying, higher returns come with higher risk. But even in the same category of risk, there are better performing investments. Investing in mutual funds in India is one such investment. Why Should NRI Invest […]
Dividend Mutual Fund vs Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP)
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 […]
What should be my portfolio of mutual funds for an SIP of Rs. 15000?
It’s important to have the portfolio aligned with your investment goals. The goals need not be as specific as buying a house or going on a world tour. It can be to create wealth in long term or invest with high liquidity etc. For building a perfect portfolio consider the following – Investment goals – […]
How Many Mutual Funds Should I Own?
You must have heard of diversification. Every investment advisor asks you to diversify your investments to safeguard it from sudden risks. But do you know you can overdo it? Overdiversifying can prevent you from making good gains! So the question now arises, how many mutual funds should you have? Over-Diversification of Mutual Funds The aim […]
Invest With Rs 500 in Mutual Funds SIP and Lumpsum
The best thing about mutual funds is that they enable you to invest with very small amounts.Many people ask what is the minimum amount to invest in mutual funds? There is no other way you can invest with reasonable diversification with an amount as low as Rs 500. SIP (Systematic Investment Plans) of a lot […]
Banks Supported for Paperless SIP
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 91088 00604. State Bank of India Axis Bank Bank of Maharashtra Catholic Syrian Bank Corporation Bank Cosmos Bank Firstrand Bank […]
Budget 2017 and It's Impact on Investing
Overall this year’s budget 2017 also remained balanced like the last year. Finance minister expectation of global environment: World economy faces uncertainty after major economic and political developments in last year. US Federal Reserve’s intent to increase rates in 2017, may lead to lower capital inflows and higher outflows from the emerging economies. Uncertainty around […]