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Investment tips for 2019 by Nilesh Shah and Sunil Subramaniam
The right time to invest is when you have money, says Nilesh Shah, MD at Kotak AMC.
NFO review: ICICI Prudential Bharat 22 ETF
ICICI Prudential AMC has launched Bharat 22 ETF, an open-ended exchange traded fund, that will inv...
Invest abroad in ETF and realty with 2 new IIFL products
“Typically, emerging markets as a basket have done reasonably well compared to India...
Bharat 22 ETF is an opportunity to own jewels of India Inc: Nimesh Shah, ICICI Prudential AMC
"Over the next three to five years, we believe this ETF is well poised to capture the market upside, as we are positive on the underlying sectors in the ETF." says ICICI Pru AMC's Nimesh Shah.
CPSE ETF: A promising ETF for your portfolio
The sectors included in the index are the major building blocks which decide the growth momentum of the Indian economy.
Midcaps are costlier than largecaps in all sectors: S Naren, ICICI Pru MF
"Rising rates affect bigger companies lesser than midcaps as they borrow lesser than smaller companies. "
How did MFs fare in 2014? Mid-cap & small-cap category outshone large-cap funds
While the mid- and small-cap category clearly outshone the large-cap funds, the debt funds too had a spectacular run in 2014.
Go for balanced and multi-cap funds, avoid smallcap funds: Dhirendra Kumar, Value Research
Ultra short term bond fund for any period less than one year is good enough.
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 September 12.
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.
Asia Index launches S&P BSE SENSEX Next 50 Index
Constituents of index are weighted by float-adjusted market capitalization. The index goes under periodic review semi-annually in June and December.
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.
DSPBR Mutual Fund changes attributes of some schemes
DSP BlackRock Mutual Fund has decided to change certain fundamental attributes of some schemes to comply with the new SEBI amendment.
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