This is a pro-elitist budget, it will bring acche din just for ... decision to hit Mutual funds? #budget2014 mutual fund fixed income schemes long term capital gains up 10% to 20% and holding period 12months to 36months will hit mfs 12.25 pm: Finance.
The markets are at an all-time high. While equity mutual funds (MFs) have done very well over the past few months, there are fears that the market is now too expensive and it may be worthwhile to take some money off the table and hold it as cash.
Load structure Nothing comes free of cost and mutual fund investment is no exception. Load structure of MFs is another important factor one needs to consider before selecting a particular scheme. The entry and exit load varies from fund house to fund house.
Even as the din over demonetization ... to invest more money in funds, which, in return, have deployed them in beaten-down stocks. MFs have been net buyers for at least 18 days out of 21 sessions. According to Sebi data, mutual funds have invested a.
Close on the heels of mutual funds (MFs) disclosing remuneration of its top executives following a directive from market regulator SEBI, insurance companies have also been asked to provide information on executive pay. The Insurance Regulatory and.
00 hrs Godrej Consumer Products was quoting at Rs 957.80, up Rs 10.40, or 1.10 percent, on the BSE. It touched an intraday high of Rs 964.70 and an intraday low of Rs 949.00.
Global funds were net sellers of 30 million won ($25,500) in listed bonds in Nov. 9-17, and $949.1 million in Nov. 9-18 Philippines: Investors were net sellers of $170.6 million in stocks in Nov. 9-18. No comparable data is available for bonds Taiwan.
Mutual Funds, Gold any thing else. I have health cover for 6 lacs & 5 Lacs LIC. difficult to reply to this q without knowing your background, risk profile etc. However, as a thumb rule, invest 10% in gold, 20% in PPF and the rest in MFs that have a track.
and Head –Equity MFs at Motilal Oswal Asset Management, “Even amidst the volatility and uncertainty, it is notable that we are not seeing net outflows from equity funds. The approach of domestic investors to mutual funds has been far more rational.
Another article comes to mind, ‘Fat packages, fatter bonuses for mutual fund managers despite lackluster Dalal Street.’ In the din of ULIP charges, are mutual funds getting away easy because they look cheaper? Unfortunately, today, there is no.