Monsoon is loved by everybody. Well, almost everybody. The rain can surprise you on a very sunny day and is generally unpredictable. Although the rain can be a dampener on your weekend plans, there’s just something really magical about the weather. Unfortunately, there’s nothing beautiful about your income being just as unpredictable as the rains. Here’s… Read More »
As an investor, you should be concerned about the way in which the fund manager manages your fund. If he buys and sells the stocks in the fund regularly, you end up paying more and thus reducing your returns. While this strategy can give you high returns, it is more likely that the fund manager… Read More »
There are many differences between trading and investing. For one, investing is a long-term process, while trading is a short-term process. In investing, company fundamentals, and stop loss play an important role in taking a decision to buy or sell, while trading involves studying charts while deciding on buying or selling a stock. There is… Read More »
P/E ratio (Price Earnings Ratio) shows what the market thinks about the earnings potential and future business forecast of a company. Companies with high P/E ratios are the darlings of the investors and thus enjoy a higher market rating. In order to use the P/E ratio properly, take into account the future earnings and growth… Read More »
EPS denotes Earnings Per Share. It is a ratio that denotes the net profit or loss credited to the share holders for every share held. It is a widely used ratio that plays a vital role in valuation of the shares of the company. The term “earnings” used here denotes the part of the company’s… Read More »
NAV of a mutual fund is grossly misunderstood by the investors as well as the mutual fund. Low NAV does not indicate the fund is cheap, nor does it impact the returns in any way. So always remember this when selecting fund for investment. Rather focus on the quality of fund, which will greatly impact… Read More »
NAV or Net Asset Value is the aggregate of the market price of all the shares contained in the portfolio, inclusive of cash after deducting the liabilities divided by the sum of units issued. It can also be called the book value of the unit of the fund. Learn all about it here.