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How hedge funds make money for HNIs
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How hedge funds make money for HNIs

These funds give the wealthy an option to invest in strategies that other equity products like mutual funds and portfolio management services cannot, says Nishant Agarwal. The interest of the ultra-high net worth individual (UHNI) in hedge funds has been on the rise. By March 2017, the wealthy had commitments worth Rs 10,078.8 crore to these funds from mere Rs 22.5 crore in December 2012. These funds give the wealthy an option to invest in strategies that other equity products like mutual ... Rediff.com, 11 hours ago

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The most important lesson for SIP investors

To make money, invest in both good and bad times; otherwise the entire exercise is futile, experts tell Joydeep Ghosh & Sanjay Singh. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com In past rallies, Vishal Upadhyay, an entrepreneur, used to wait for the markets to fall to start a systematic investment plan (SIP). This is how he made reasonable money in the past. The basic SIP logic of garnering more mutual fund (MF) units for the same investment amount when markets are low worked wonders for him.
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Home buying advice for young couples

While the cosmetics market and its customers wrestle with new age-defying and age-reversing concepts and products, there is one market segment that has actually discovered the fountain of youth. Over the three decades, the grey has been gradually leaching out ...
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Will Indian stock markets rise or fall? Track the FPIs

A falling rupee and lower foreign buying in equities are signals investors should watch out for, says Devangshu Datta. When money is available at low cost, rational investors will invest until there's nothing left to invest in. The risk profile of all investments will rise. This is one reason why bubbles develop. Crashes happen when money becomes more expensive or there are no investment avenues. Once a crash occurs, policymakers tend to loosen money supply again to encourage activity. This ...
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Can cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin survive scrutiny from central banks?

Nafis Alam , University of Reading The future of money looks very different in the world of cryptocurrencies. There is a growing consensus among businesses, investors and countries ( Venezuela in particular ) that these alternative forms of online money are ...
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Stocks: How to navigate the next big fall

The longer a bear market lasts, the more the eventual returns are, says Devangshu Datta.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com It is an axiom that stocks are never fairly priced. The theory of reflexivity states that when a big downtrend or uptrend starts, it is guaranteed to overshoot the fair price mark. Most of the time, therefore, valuations are higher or lower than justified by fundamentals. It is relatively easy for a long-term investor to handle a situation when stocks are undervalued: ...
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Russia to regulate Bitcoin market: finance minister

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's finance ministry wants to regulate the circulation of crypto-currencies involving Russian citizens and firms, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said on Friday. Russian financial authorities initially treated any sort of money issued ...
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DeMo effect: Money moves from real estate to stocks

About Rs 2,000 crore of realty money has flown into stocks in the National Capital Region in the months after demonetisation.N Sundaresha Subramanian reports.Illustrations: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com A head of research of a Mumbai-based brokerage, who was in the capital a few weeks ago, says he met a new kind of investor -- he's rich, has investible funds in crores of rupees, but has never bought stocks. Of the 15 to 16 potential clients he met on the trip, about a dozen had made money in real ...
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The new Honda City is worth a thumbs up!

The Honda City is one of the highest selling C-segment sedans in the Indian market today. The vehicle is currently in its 4th generation here and recently received a mid-life facelift in which it gained some additional features, along with some cosmetic enhancements, writes Indian automotive website MotorBeam.com. The front profile of the new Honda City gets a wider grille and a thick slab of chrome. The headlights are now All LED units that get a highlight of daytime running LEDs too. The ...
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Should Infosys go back to Nandan Nilekani?

Nilekani has kept pace with technology advances, has been instrumental in digitalising the country, and is well-networked with the bureaucracy and global leaders. With Infosys' first non-founder CEO Vishal Sikka calling it quits, an investor advisory firm today favoured Nandan Nilekani -- one of the most high-profile founders of the IT firm -- being brought back on its board as its non-executive chairman. The Institutional Investor Advisory Services (IiAS) said the Infosys board has been ...
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