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Are largecap MFs really performing? New metric makes them lose edge
A Total Return Index includes dividends and other gains in addition to the stock price movements.
It’s time investors actively participate in ETFs
In the wake of re-classification, largecap schemes are likely to lose weight when it comes t...
Financials should outperform broader market: Nilesh Shah, Kotak AMC
M-cap or a FII holding wise, India has been discriminated in MSCI weighta...
View: Time to nibble on mid and smallcaps
It is a good time for investors to start allocating some money to well-structured credit funds.
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Largecap funds are no longer relevant, better go with ETFs: Dhirendra Kumar, Value Research
In Indian market, MFs are adding value in the sub-large category for investors, says Kumar.
Where should I invest my proceeds from government bonds?
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View: It’s time investors actively participate in ETFs
The returns from ETFs may either be on a par with large-cap schemes or better.
Index mutual funds are doing better than others: Which type should you invest in?
While ETFs will be useful for investors with existing demat and trading accounts, it makes sense for others to restrict themselves to open-ended index funds.
Balanced funds turning mainstream investments, here’s top 3: Dhirendra Kumar
“A balanced fund or a large-cap fund is a conservative way to invest in equities that do not show much turbulence.”
GST favourable for two-wheelers and ancillaries: Mahantesh Sabarad, SBI Cap Securities
“Liquidity is getting absorbed through the IPO cum ETF route and we do not know how long this will continue.”
Index ETFs should be the core portfolio of investors: Here's why
An index represents the market. A few actively traded stocks can indicate which way the market is moving.
Year-end special: Passive funds outperform actively-managed largecap funds in 2018
You could very well call 2018 as the year of passive largecap mutual fund.
Sebi expands OFS framework to all companies with Rs 1,000 crore and above m-cap
Currently, the OFS framework is available to top 200 companies by market capitalisation.
A stable coalition can lift Nifty past 12,500; may fall to 10,500 if weak: Kamlesh Rao, Kotak Securities
Watch out for corporate banks, building materials, construction and power sectors in 2019, says Rao.
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