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SIP, STP and SWP explained

SIP, STP and SWP explained

While we earn, investments are one of the major concerns. We all expect to get the best out of our investments. It is these investments that eventually help us build our dreams. While we make direct investments in share and securities, there are huge risks involved along with a requirement of extensive market research. Thus […]

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How to measure the risk of your mutual fund portfolio

How to measure the risk of your mutual fund portfolio

You must have heard this line in all mutual fund advertisements. “Mutual fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.” Then you may wonder why you should invest in mutual funds. The reason you are investing in mutual funds is because they invest in diversified portfolio of shares and securities. […]

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Not all equity funds are the same, know the difference

Not all equity funds are the same, know the difference

How to choose a mutual fund? This can get tricky when you have to choose from over 11,000 schemes, which are not similar in nature. Some mutual fund schemes invest more in equity, some in debt, some in large cap stocks, some in mid-cap and small-cap stocks, some in specific sectors or themes. In this […]

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Bigger is better when it comes to Mutual Funds

Bigger is better when it comes to Mutual Funds

Why does one invest in Mutual Funds? It enables you to invest in diversified portfolio of stocks and thus protect your portfolio from ups and downs in the markets. Large-cap mutual funds stand true to this definition. These funds generally invest large amount of their asset under management (AUM) in some of the biggest companies, […]

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Cashless medical payments are possible now with ICICI Prudential Savings Fund

Cashless medical payments are possible now with ICICI Prudential Savings Fund

Investors are often advised to keep their contingency cash in liquid funds. Contingency cash primarily comes in handy during financial emergencies such as hospitalisation. Liquid funds have an edge over short-term fixed deposits as the former give better returns to investors. It is also tax-friendly for investors to keep their cash in liquid funds as […]

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