Mutual Funds

Use SIPs in equity Mutual Funds to lighten the burden of a housing loan

While paying your EMIs on a housing loan, stretch yourself a little and put 0.1% of the loan amount into an equity SIP and stay invested for the entire term of the housing loan. It could go a long way towards reducing or even eliminating the sizeable interest burden on the loan.

Recent revisions in Liquid Fund norms to minimize credit and liquidity risk

Since the size of the liquid funds category is so huge, market regulator SEBI constantly monitors this category and ensures that investors are adequately protected through the revision of existing rules, where necessary.

Blue-chipstocks

Blue-chips and Large-caps are the equivalent of Gold in the Stock market

Despite this seemingly volatile appearance of the overall market, there’s something for every investor. Your choice of stock should be based on how cautious or aggressive your investment style is. And, it would also depend on how long your investment time frame is.

Arbitrage Funds

Arbitrage Funds: A Good Short Term Investment in Volatile Markets

Arbitrage or arbitraging involves buying and selling the same security in different markets to benefit from the opportunity that arises from the mispricing of the security. Generally, equity arbitrage is done by buying in the cash market and selling the same security in the futures market.

Stock Gyaan

profit margins

Caution: High profit margins are not the sole indicator of a stock’s strength

Though Profit Margins serve as a critical indicator of the company’s performance, they are certainly not the only parameter you should look at to judge its financial strength. High Profit Margins can be reported through manipulative accounting and the underlying truth might be quite different.