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Franklin India Bluechip Fund

Franklin India Bluechip Fund

Betting on large-cap stocks, the fund has risen unscathed across market cycles The proverb ‘old is gold’ aptly explains the virtue of Franklin India Bluechip Fund (FIBF). The fund is one among the few that have gone through various market cycles ... Outlook, 2 weeks ago

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Franklin Bluechip: Suffering from short-term blues

Among the oldest and most respected of funds is Franklin India Bluechip. Once a top-quartile performer, the fund's recent returns have seen it slip down the ranking charts. Its one-year return of 30.5 per cent is significantly below the average ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

Reliance Growth Fund Net Asset Value crosses Rs 700 level

Soon to embark on its 20th year of existence, Reliance Group Fund has seen its Net Asset Value (NAV) cross Rs 700-level, becoming the first mutual fund scheme in the country to reach this milestone. This also makes the per-unit-price of this ...
 Financial Express5 days ago Reliance Growth Fund NAV crosses Rs 700-level  Business Standard India5 days ago

How important is the expense ratio?

Picking up your fund's latest fact sheet, you notice that the expense ratio is 2.1 per cent. Is that good or bad? Can the expense ratio significantly impact returns? Here's the answer. Expense ratio is the cost incurred to operate a fund. It is ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago

Why you must invest in a mutual fund

This question can come up at any stage in your life. For some people it comes up while in college itself and for some it comes up when they are 2 years away from retirement. If you are a young fresh employee or are married and hoping to buy a new ...
 MyIris1 month ago 5 reasons why you must invest in mutual funds  Rediff.com1 month ago


I have been investing ₹2,000 each in HDFC Top 200 and SBI Emerging Businesses, ₹3,000 in ICICI Pru Focused Bluechip and another ₹1,000 in SBI FMCG. I have a term policy for ₹1 crore and a ₹5 lakh medical cover with family floater option.
 Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago

UTI Opportunities: Buy

UTI Opportunities is the right fit for those looking for low-risk options or first-time investors in mutual funds. The fund keeps risks at a minimum by investing mostly in large-cap stocks and has been a stable performer across both upswings and ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

Jaitley agrees to 2-day India Investment Conference

MUMBAI: Ministers of the newly formed NDA government will pitch India's prospects to global institutional investors such as Franklin Templeton, Capital International and State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) at an investor conference in New York in ...
 Economic Times1 month ago ET Wealth: Make right move while investing in markets  Economic Times3 weeks ago Modi Sarkaar gears up to lure FIIs | Blog: What FM should tell them  Economic Times1 month ago PM Modi's government gears up to lure FIIs at US-based investor forum  Economic Times1 month ago

'Equity to have a bull run for 3-5 years'

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley tabled the Budget in the Parliament on Thursday. Does this Budget augur well for the Indian markets? What effect will the Budget have on the Sensex and the Nifty? Is it the right time to invest in equities? Should one buy, sell or hold? In a live chat on held on Friday, July 11, well-known equity specialist Devang Mehta discussed what effect the Budget will have on the stock markets -- from how NOT to lose money in the markets to which are the safest ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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With market boom in India, should you still bet on international funds?

Under the Indian income tax rules, international equity funds are categorised as non-equity funds. Consequently, they also took a hit when finance minister removed the option of 10% tax on capital gains before indexation. Now, they will be uniformly ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Take cues from what mutual funds are buying and selling  Business Today India1 month ago Should you still bet on international funds?  Economic Times1 month ago
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