Time and time again we have to face this positive issue of what to do with our surplus funds. While some of us look to fill our desires and spend the money on the various luxuries of life some of us let our money earn low interest by keeping them in fixed deposits or saving bank accounts.There is a very low number of individuals who consider to invest or save their money through the stock market by using
SIP is the acronym for Systematic Investment Plan, it is basically a method to invest money into mutual funds in monthly, quarterly or yearly instalments rather than lump sum (all at once). SIP’s help investors invest some portion of their income at regular intervals rather than having to invest a major amount of funds at a single period of time which may cause a cash crunch. SIP’s are extremely important for all individuals; they are a great instrument to save money and help earn interests.
People around the world tend to believe that the stock market is this complicated thing that requires special skills and education to participate in. Well the reality is very different to be honest, it is only as complicated as you make it. Mr Peter Lynch, who is one of the most successful mutual fund managers of all time, says ‘All the math you need in the stock market you get in the fourth grade'.
We as human beings are driven and controlled by our wants and desires, we tend want more than we require and spend more than we need on non essential things. This is human nature and we can’t seem to do much about it, but there is one simple solution that can help us reduce the damage we cause to our bank balance and financial position by investing before we start spending. Most of us receive our income on particular dates once a month
Grey haired or not, there’s never a bad time to start investing and especially in the current scenario when inflation is rising with a never seen pace, you need to keep a good track of investment opportunities around you. Well, to your rescue we are here with some good investment options that are available in India.
Two very simple and vastly practiced ways of investing money are:Where your money attracts money- Eh, what? Yes, you heard it
With everything getting easily accessible digitally, we are into this new age, where we do not need to go out to the company and ask for their prospectus and shares price and their financial statements. Every information is available online and you just need to login with your keys to find the best shares and best brokers online. A new entrant with high curiosity in the market can take some lessons online and open his Demat account and play and understand
An SIP is basically a method to invest money into mutual funds in monthly, quarterly or yearly instalments rather than lump sum (all at once). SIP’s help investors invest some portion of their income at regular intervals rather than having to invest a major amount of funds at a single period of time which may cause a cash crunch.SIP’s are extremely important for all individuals; they are a great instrument to save money and help earn interests.
Because, it is the shortest way to money and success. NO!!! If this is what comes to your mind, then you are totally wrong. Shares or say any other instruments are not any sure-shot short-term plan for success. Investment in shares is not a calk-walk, it requires a well research and proper planning before you invest in shares to earn handsome profits or else you can just invest in any other shares and get returns like any
An initial public offering, or IPO, is the first sale of shares issued by any company to the general public. Before an IPO the company operates privately, with smaller number of shareholders that are mainly early stage investors (including founders, families of the founders and their associates) and/or professional investors (including angel investors and VC’s). The public primarily includes everybody else like any individual or institutional investor who wasn’t
Mutual funds are regarded as the investment which is made through the deposits of several investors who invest money in stocks, bonds, and other money market instruments. Professional money managers allocate the funds' investments and try to produce capital gains. The prerequisite need for an investor to attain an effective mutual fund's portfolio is to strengthen its structure so that it matches the stated investment objectives.
A systematic investment plan or an SIP is basically a method to invest money into mutual funds in monthly, quarterly or yearly instalments rather than lump sum (all at once). SIP’s help investors invest some portion of their income at regular intervals rather than having to invest a major amount of funds at a single period of time which may cause a cash crunch.An SIP is the simplest method to invest
After a year full of bloodshed in the small-cap and mid-cap stocks the first quarter of 2019 has given the investors a sigh of relief by providing a significant upside rally. Many scripts have seen a double digit percentile increase in their price levels and the overall sentiment seems to be shifting in the favor of the bulls. Retail investors are constantly increasing their investments in the small
The stock markets around the world are afraid of change, whenever there is a hint of change in the environment the markets seem to take it on a negative note rather than on a positive one. Changes like budgets, government regulations, tariffs and the list is never ending, but one of the most prominent change that seems to affect the stock market or rather
Huummmm!!! Share market is the most dreaded investment for many people. Harshad Mehta in 90s, Ketan Parekh in 2002-04, Subprime Crisis in 2008-09, Satyam Scam etc. fractured the confidence of small investors at very large scale and people think that share market is not their cup of tea because it is risky. There is risk of losing capital completely. Yes of course, it is true.
Investors in India soon will be able to invest in a new mutual fund option called “Real Estate Investment Trust” or REIT. Embassy office parks filed a draft document with India’s Securities and Exchange Board for its issue of ₹ 5,000 crores. It will be available in DEMAT format and will be regulated by SEBI. REIT in many ways is similar to a mutual fund. In REIT,
We’ve all heard about the Buffets and the Jhunjhunwala’s of the stock market and dreamt about making the massive amount of wealth they have made from the stock market. Today we are going to put a spotlight on the one trick these stock market moguls have used to create billions of dollars. The one thing that all these market stars have in common is that they used the power of compounding to get where they.
Larsen and Toubro (L&T) bought 20.32 shares of Mindtree, a multinational information technology and outsourcing company in India for an amount of RS3,269 crore from an early investor V.G. Siddhartha. This purchase will offer an open offer for another twenty-six percent from minor shareholders of Mindtree.