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  • Should negative fees be taken with a pinch of Salt?
    by R. Venkataraman May 22, 2019 17:06 IST

    I am convinced that passive funds will do well in India. We launched the least cost ETF some years ago but had to restructure as increasing the AUM to respectable levels was a challenge.

  • Historical and F&O data indicates Nifty may swing 7-10%
    by Raushan Kumar May 17, 2019 08:49 IST

    In May 1999, the benchmark indices had risen 16% and in May 2004, the Nifty had plunged by 17% after UPA came to power with help of left.

  • It’s a thrilling 20 for indiainfoline.com!
    by R. Venkataraman May 11, 2019 12:13 IST

    Over the years, IIFL has metamorphosed into a leading financial services firm while continuing to devote millions of pages on the websites to keep investors updated about all that matters in the investment world, R. Venkataraman said.

  • Why Dollar index has moved above 2018 highs?
    by Raushan Kumar May 02, 2019 10:19 IST

    The dollar index measures the US currency’s strength against a basket of major currencies.

  • Why investor should invest before 17th Lok Sabha result?
    by Raushan Kumar April 07, 2019 09:29 IST

    We studied the Nifty movement after the election results since 2004 to find out how Lok Sabha elections impact the market if an investor invests a day before counting of votes.

  • 5 Years of Modi: Is Indian Real Estate's ‘House’ in Order?
    by Anuj Puri March 18, 2019 09:03 IST

    Well aware of its direct positive impact on the country's economy, the Modi government took a multi-modal approach towards the development of infrastructure in the last five years.

  • Banks vs HFCs: Which is the better home loan option?
    by Anuj Puri March 11, 2019 13:07 IST

    To get the best deal, a buyer must select a lender depending on their prevailing interest rates, eligibility criteria, processing fee and other factors.

  • How to judge Bank Nifty movement?
    by Raushan Kumar February 21, 2019 10:28 IST

    Lagging and leading behavior of Bank Nifty can help us to gauge the strength or weakness of the ongoing trend in Nifty.

  • Back-testing: Cyclical Sectors that are likely to outperform in 2019
    by Raushan Kumar January 18, 2019 12:01 IST

    In the last three election years, the Nifty has always given strong returns and has exhibited a robust performance even seven months post the election phase with average returns of 26.67%.

  • GST on Real Estate Maintains Status Quo
    by Anuj Puri January 10, 2019 17:08 IST

    Here’s a Utopian vision – the government would announce a GST rate cut, homebuyers would cheer up since prices would reduce marginally, and the market revives. Really?

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