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Should Sebi make large funds charge less fee from investors?
The TER should be 2.25 per cent maximum for equity schemes and 0.25 per cent for debt plans.
TCS, Infosys represent the best long-term opportunity in IT space: Seth Freeman, Emerging Market Capital
In an interview with ET Now, Seth Freeman, Emerging Market Capital Management shares his views about the global market outlook and Indian IT secto...
Sundaram Mutual looks to raise Rs 300-400 crore via NFO
The new fund offer (NFO) opened for the subscription today and will close on Septembe...
Indian investors should add foreign stocks to their investment portfolios
There are many ways to invest in global equities: Mutual funds investing in global equities and ETFs listed on Indian exchanges investing in global indices.
Rupee crossing 70 is sentimental, it won't matter beyond a point: Ravi Dharamshi, ValueQuest Investment
"Right now, we are depreciating because the dollar index is getting stronger."
Investing in mid, smallcaps worth the risk: Sanctum Wealth Management
The data demonstrates that the risk reward for high return seeking investors clearly favours mid and smallcaps.
In for a long haul? Porinju pitches for quality midcaps
Porinju is clear that the opportunities cannot be compared with 2013 or 2014.
Why you should not get tempted by Quality ETF
Investors would do well to monitor the fund’s performance in the coming years and take a call later.
Midcap stocks to outdo large caps; invest 50% of your investable money in them: Nityanand Prabhu
"Midcaps always command attractive valuations at an economic upcycle, but get beaten down when economy reverses," says Prabhu.
Should you pick a large-cap fund with a low alpha?
Not all large-cap funds beat their benchmarks, consistently, while mid- and small-cap funds usually outperfom theirs.
Young Bull: Rs 58,229 crore assets & growing, ETFs catching up fast
ETFs were expended by institutional investors to execute sophisticated trading strategies.
Are your mutual funds underperforming?
Investors should review their fund portfolios regularly to weed out the laggards.
Unless there is a very large fiscal slippage, market won't be surprised: Ridham Desai, Morgan Stanley
We are in a long-term bull market which of course will have corrections, says MS India MD.
Reasons why Bharat 22 ETF can be a win-win deal for you
The launch of Bharat 22 reflects the confidence of the government in the public sector companies.
After Hours: Infra stocks make merry; Sandhar, Karda disappoint on debut
Here's a look at the key developments that caught investors' fancy on Monday.