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Should Debt Investments be part of your Long Term Portfolio?

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Over the long term, as the proportion of equity increases in the portfolio, so do the returns. However, it comes at the cost of greater risk (higher standard deviation implies more volatility in the portfolio, which could give an investor some stress).

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What is Side Pocketing and how does it work?

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One of the main reasons for side pocketing is to preempt panic amongst unitholders when an instrument which forms part of their fund defaults or gets downgraded. It also makes sure that all is fair and square and unitholders get their due.

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Life after Debt Paper Downgrades

Defaults, by a few companies in their repayment, do not make investing in debt a bad option. Investment in debt instruments should be as per the asset allocation strategy that the individual investors adopt.

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Is debt dead?

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It’s high time conservative investors get real about risks involved in investing in corporate debt.

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Axis Bank: Denying access to bears…

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Axis Bank has been buzzing on the bourses for a while and now stands at an inflection point. If it rises above Rs 680 on a monthly closing basis, it might witness sharp rallies subsequently.

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Can you benefit from Market Volatility using a simple, low risk derivative strategy?

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With this strategy, you do not have to time the market to benefit from it. All it takes is discipline to invest a small amount once a month over the long term.

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