Though there are quite a few stock exchanges in India, most of the trading takes place on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock Exchange (NSE). Sensex (Sensitive Index) and NIFTY are the two well-known market indices in the Indian stock market. While Sensex is associated with BSE, NIFTY is associated with NSE.
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Looking for equity Mutual Funds with a diversified portfolio and a large-cap bias? This might be the one. Read on to know more.
Taking the SIP route to invest in Mutual Funds may be ideal but contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t cost much. In fact, you can start with as low as Rs. 500. Let’s find out how.
Finding the best equity fund is no easy task. So, here’s a list of the best-performing equity funds that you can consider this year.
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Equity income funds are hybrid products that offer an exposure to arbitrage opportunities within equity. Read on.
Budget 2018 proposed a 10% long-term capital gains tax on equity Mutual Funds and it created quite a ruckus among equity investors. But is the new tax rule really a cause for worry? Here’s our take on the issue.
If you’ve ever wondered how to go about investing in Mutual Funds through an SIP, then you’re in luck. We’ll tell you all you need to know!
You can buy ETFs and add them to your portfolio if you already have a diversified Mutual Fund. However, the basic rules remain the same – stay invested for the long-term and hold on to an investment till it creates wealth.