In part one of the Fixed Deposit Vs Mutual Funds comparison, we analyzed the existing and new ways to invest in Debt Mutual Funds. Now its time to dig deeper and learn why one should invest in Debt Funds, What are the risks in debt Funds and how these risks can be countered. Also, let’sRead More
Can Mutual Funds be a substitute for Bank FDs? Honestly NO- as substitute theory works when two things are identical. The basic nature here is different as FDs give fixed returns whereas MFs are market linked. So ideally MFs can be used to fill shoes, but one must understand the risk & returns of theseRead More
Yesterday Reserve Bank of India Monetary Policy Committee reduced the Repo Rate by 25 basis points. This is a huge trigger for home loans and other consumer loans. This Diwali will be full of offers. The major beneficiaries will be Banks, NBFCs, and Mutual Funds, especially the debt funds. Debt Funds & RBI Monetary PolicyRead More
You may call it by any name Liquid Funds Contingency Fund or Money Market Fund, this category has shown a deep acceptance among retail (small) investors. Although the bank deposit or the money lying in savings bank account is much higher than mutual funds combined all schemes. But if we see from 2012 the trendRead More
The recent returns from MFs and equity are mouth watering. Pundits have started digging history to show that its danger zone ging ahead. And this gives rise to question – Is Equity – Your best investment long term? If yes how to invest more and make money? Or simply a long-term investment in mutual fundsRead More
Compound growth means your interest earns interest. When you have a growing thing, which creates more growing things and again creates more growing things… your return adds up fast. This is the core of all financial concepts.
It works for both, one who invests and one who lends or borrows. It is relevant to us as it has the power to convert few 1000s to few Lakhs and few 100000s to few Crores.Read More