Bond funds invest in corporate bonds and government securities. Bond funds are long-term and short-term in nature. Typically, long-term bond funds carry an average maturity of three, five or even 10 years. Bond funds invest in … more
Investors are easily attracted to any investment avenue which has “capital protection” as it indicates safety of principal amount invested. However, it is important to understand the basics of any investment before plunging into it.
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Government Securities fund
G. Sec are the debt fund which invest only in government bonds/securities. This comes in long-term and short-term maturity. These are mostly seasonal funds as they invest only in government securities. Though government securities … more
These funds are for investing your surplus amount lying in your current/saving bank accounts for better returns. While liquid funds are meant to park your cash upto one week to three … more
A bank MIS is like a bank fixed deposit where interest earned is paid at regular intervals. The interest rates are the same as the prevalent fixed deposit rates. An MIP is a debt … more
In the absence of real estate investment trusts (Reits) or real estate mutual funds (REMF), what we have in this space is privately sold products, known as real estate private equity (PE) funds, that are not … more
Arbitrage funds are schemes that try to take advantage of price difference of the stocks between the cash/spot and derivative market. Arbitrage opportunities can be cached in NSE and BSE, during price difference.
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This is the last week for you to invest in tax-saving instruments, so buckle up and get to it before the 31 March deadline. You could choose from the popular options, such as tax-saving fixed deposits, the Public … more