I want to invest some amount from my retirement fund into mutual funds. Which schemes should I choose? —Devender Kumar Investments after retirement could take one of two different approaches. The first approach would be if the investor ... Livemint.com, 2 weeks ago
Manish Banthia swears by George Soros, but stops short of living by the investor-author's dictum: It's not whether youre right or wrong that's important, but how much money you make when youre right and ...Businessworld India, 3 weeks ago
Investors can sell their entire equity and move to debt when stocks get expensive Conventional wisdom says that investors should not time the market. Best results are achieved when you put small sums regularly averaging your cost of purchase. Armed with historical data and financial ratios, some funds are defying the thought. ICICI Prudential Dynamic Fund, for example, has the mandate to go up to 100 per cent in debt if the fund manager feels that equity market is too expensive. And it can ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago Too old for the stock market? Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
Setting up a regular cash flow to replace your pay-cheque may be your first priority at 60. But you will also need to put away capital for wealth creation. With longevity on the rise, you have to budget for the fact that your retired life may well ...Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
I am a senior citizen and have been investing ₹600 -1,000 through the SIP (systematic investment plan) route in the following funds: Franklin Bluechip, Franklin India Flexicap, Reliance Equity Opportunities, L&T Equity and UTI Opportunities. All ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
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