Best Mutual Funds for SIP
by Jitender Singh June 03, 2018 10:40 IST
Investing in mutual funds via Systematic Invest Plan (SIP) is the best way to creating wealth in the long-term. SIP is a way to regularly invest a fixed amount in mutual fund schemes.
Top mutual funds for FY19
by Jitender Singh May 30, 2018 17:04 IST
The equity market has been volatile so far in April-May 2018 due to rising crude oil prices and bond yields, uncovering of governance issues in banks and the possibility of four rate hikes in 2018 in the US. Therefore, investors should use the current volatility as an opportunity to create wealth in long-term.
Should you remain invested in HDFC Prudence Fund?
by Jitender Singh May 23, 2018 17:45 IST
HDFC Prudence Fund has the largest AUM of Rs37,998cr as on April 30, 2018, among all equity-oriented mutual funds. The fund started its journey on February 01, 1994, and has given a return of ~18% CAGR since then, as on May 20, 2018.
Best Mutual Funds to Invest in 2018
by Jitender Singh May 05, 2018 10:37 IST
The best way to get the benefit from volatility is investing in mutual funds via Systematic Investment Plan (SIP). SIP is a way to invest via which investors can invest a fixed amount in a mutual fund for a defined period. SIP helps investors in ‘Rupee Cost Averaging’ and follow a disciplined approach without worrying about the short-term volatility in the market volatility.
Investors stick to mutual funds despite LTCG tax and volatility
by Jitender Singh March 09, 2018 19:11 IST
Equity mutual funds continued to receive robust fund inflows in February 2018 despite reintroduction of the long-term capital gains tax in the FY18-19 Union Budget and a volatile month, reflecting investors' commitment to long-term investments.
Why should investors lower their expectation from market in 2018?
by Jitender Singh January 05, 2018 18:32 IST
In 2017, Mid-cap and Small-cap stocks outshined the Large-cap stocks. BSE Mid-cap and BSE Small-cap gave magnificent ~48% and ~60% returns in 2017 respectively.
Equity Oriented Saving/Income Funds – A good bet in falling market
by Jitender Singh September 26, 2017 13:20 IST
Putting money in a savings account and FD is also not a prudent decision as the interest rates are low and taxed. In a scenario where investors don’t want to take risk in the equity market and don’t want to invest in debt investment because of their low returns, one can choose to invest in Equity Oriented Saving/Income Funds.