Gain and loss is part of your investing journey. Before reacting to a loss it is important for you to understand why it has been created. Essentially, your portfolio can be ‘in loss’ due to two reasons – you’ve picked bad funds or the market is going through a downturn. In this article, we tell…
Are Govt. Securities Safe? Even though the risk of default in GSecs is practically absent, there are still good chances that you may incur a loss by investing in Govt. Securities.
In our complex economic and financial machine, financial planning is what keeps life stable. Economist Dr. Satyendra Nayak takes us through the economics of planning in a blog series.
Buying a second home can be quite gratifying if you are financially prepared for making such large investment. Here are tips to consider before buying a second home.
Before you decide to invest in close ended mutual funds, we explain you important points to keep in mind before arriving at any such investment decision.
Aniket Sapre does a quick comparative analysis of mutual fund investments over savings account. The question here is, can mutual fund be our new savings account?
Whenever a property is sold, it attracts tax liability under the head ‘Capital Gains’ on the profit or gain earned due to the sale of a property. Here is a quick look at tax on sale of property in India.
NAV is a ‘completely and absolutely Irrelevant, Immaterial and Inconsequential’ aspect to consider when investing in mutual funds. Find out why in this blog.
It is the beginning of the new financial year and with it comes the time to plan your investments. Although there are many lucrative investments in the financial market, some of them are specifically beneficial not just from the returns point of view but also from the tax point of view.
All you need to do is to create a well-diversified and balanced portfolio of some good mutual funds. This is the easiest and the simplest way to ensure that you probably don’t lose money.