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  • Bulls drive Sensex to 60,000

    Article44
    The relentless Bull Run which began in April 2020 has taken the Sensex beyond 60,000 as on September 24, 2021 and is now poised to push Nifty to 18,000 levels. The incredible return of around 130%* from the lows of March 23, 2020 and above 60%^ for the last 12 months has created phenomenal wealth for all kinds of investors - FIIs, DIIs and retail.
  • Understanding risk measures for smart investment decisions

    Article43
    Most investors are clueless as to how to gauge a fund while investing in it. And as the usual way goes, most often invest looking at the appreciation in the Net Asset Value (NAV) of the fund. However, while returns are a good indicator of the performance, they are not the only factor to take into consideration. There is something more beyond returns and most of us would have read about these in a mutual fund factsheet without realizing what they mean and how to understand them.
  • Understanding Debt Markets

    Article42
    Debt market is where investors buy and sell debt securities, mostly in the form of bonds. Debt market in India is one of the largest in Asia.
  • Infra Fund: The bridge for today & tomorrow

    Article41
    Can you put down the list of facilities that you use in your everyday life? Electricity, roads, railways, bridges, airports, etc. are some of them, right? Now imagine life without these facilities - seems like a nightmare doesn't it?
  • TIPS FOR FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE

    Article40
    Financial Independence starts in the mind. Our minds are more powerful than our bodies and our actions, the subconscious mind can dictate our actions, even with the money matters.
  • Decoding Index Funds

    Article39
    Index funds are a special type of mutual funds which is passively managed. These funds are also known as passive funds. These funds are being offered as another option available to investors to invest in the Indian equity markets, especially for investors who want only index returns or risk averse investors, who do not want to take stock specific risk.
  • Smart Money Habits: Tips for Young Investors

    Article38
    By now, it has become quite clear that as a generation; millennials or youngsters have a very different approach to savings and investments than their previous generations. However, millennials still feel behind financially compared to peers and are juggling substantial debt levels with near and long-term financial priorities.
  • Simplifying liquid funds

    Article37
    Liquid funds are category of debt mutual funds that invest in short-term fixed-interest generating money market instruments. They primarily invest in financial instruments like treasury bills, commercial paper, and so on, which mature within 91 days. The NAV of a liquid fund is calculated for 365 days.
  • Simplifying Overnight Funds

    Article36
    Overnight Funds are a relatively new category of mutual funds. This is a new category of debt funds that was introduced as part of SEBI's mutual fund reclassification exercise in 2017.
  • Small cap funds – An opportunity for growth

    Article35
    Investing in companies with small market capitalisation can be one of the most difficult and potentially rewarding styles. It's difficult because historically during market downturn small caps are battered the most..
  • This Father’s Day, let’s celebrate care & selflessnes

    Article34
    Rather than gifting your father an expensive gift this Father’s Day, here are a few tips that are sure to help him financially through the years ahead.
  • Mutual Fund Guidelines for Investor During Covid-19 | LTMF

    Article33
    This article will help you with the broad guidelines for investing in Mutual Fund during Covid-19 including asset allocation, equity funds, debt funds and more.
  • This Mother’s Day pledge to secure her financially

    Article32
    Motherhood is no child’s play and mothers across life-stages need to take charge of their finances to ensure a smooth journey. Managing income helps you understand how much money you’ll need for tax payments, other monthly expenditures and savings, insurance policies, emergencies, retirement, etc.
  • Market & MF Snapshot - FY2020-21

    Article31
    The year gone by – FY21 has been nothing short of a roller coaster ride for Indian equities, which rebounded after the market crash late March 2020 on fears over the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. The year was a painful disaster for humanity but beneficial for global stock markets.
  • Concept Clarifier: Arbitrage Funds

    Article30
    Arbitrage is the process of buying stocks or shares in one market and selling it in another to exploit the price difference. An Arbitrage fund is a type of hybrid fund which aims to capitalise on profitable arbitrage opportunities (price differential in a stock) between cash and derivatives segments of the equity market. Thus opportunity lies in generating a good return between these differences.
  • Women's Day 2021: Questions to ask before signing

    Article29
    Don’t just sign here. ASK a few questions before signing to make a financial decision
  • What Successful Women Have To Say!

    Article28
    Women’s’ growing popularity – as entrepreneurs, world leaders, consumers and executives is changing the way companies do business, the way businesses advertise and the way we communicate, spurring a paradigm shift in the overall perception.
  • Understanding Mutual Fund Riskometer

    Article27
    Investment decisions are usually based on an investor’s risk appetite. To help investors be aware of the risks associated with Mutual fund investments, SEBI has made it mandatory for all fund houses to display a riskometer depicting levels of risk.
  • Duration vs Accrual: Which is the ideal strategy?

    Article26
    Debt fund managers primarily use two strategies to generate gains. Understanding how the strategies work makes it easier for investors to appreciate the risk-return tradeoff of investing in debt funds.
  • Concept Clarifier - Flexicap Funds

    Article25
    The market regulator, SEBI had vide it circular dated November 6, 2020, introduced a new category of equity mutual fund scheme called ‘Flexicap Fund’. These are open-ended dynamic equity schemes investing across large-cap, mid-cap and small-cap stocks.
  • Should you invest in equities now?

    Article24
    Every time the stock market reaches an all-time high, many investors decide to defer investment in equities or look to redeem existing investments with an anticipation that they will be able to invest at a lower market level. A lot of this belief stems from the fact that conventional wisdom espouses the investment tenets of buy low and sell high. While it is natural for investors to think in this manner, it may not always be a wise decision to stay away from equities during market peaks as the absolute stock market level is often less relevant and the key is valuations. In other words - the current level of market may not denote the true value of companies forming the market.
  • Basic terms first time mutual fund investors need to know

    Article23
    If you are a first time investor and interested in investing in mutual funds, here are some terms you need to understand.
  • Start early, retire rich

    Article20
    Right from childhood, we have heard our parents talk about doing things post retirement. We’ve heard them talk about travelling abroad for that one exclusive holiday or taking up gardening or doing something different after retirement. Once we started working, many options started throwing up in our own retirement plan.
  • The Power of Compounding and Regular Saving - L&T Mutual Fund

    Article22
    Click here to understand the power of compounding, regular saving, goal planning and how compounding works wonders over a longer period of time.
  • All about Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund

    Article21
    While making investments, investors' do keep certain aspects in mind - how to grow the capital and second is how to protect the capital. There are plenty of investment options available in the markets that can cater to an investor’s requirement of capital protection and growth. Each investment option has a different level of risk and return potential.
  • SIP or lump sum or combination of both

    Article19
    Should I invest a lump sum in Mutual Fund or should I go the Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) route? is a dilemma faced by most investors. When you invest a lump sum, you are instantly hostage to market timing. The investment will work only if you can time your buys at all market lows and sell your investments when the market peaks. In theory, all this sounds very appealing and, worse still, doable. In reality, it is quite the opposite. Generally, investors flock to the market when it is on a roll and head for the exit when it begins to slide.
  • What the portfolio turnover ratio means to investors

    Article18
    Mutual funds invest in stocks like regular investors. They buy and sell stocks resulting in portfolio churn. What is the ideal portfolio churn? How should investors interpret it?
  • Why one should not chase short term performance

    Article17
    There is a tendency among certain investors to keep checking the value of their investments. Has the stock price moved up or down? What was the closing value of the market index today? What was the NAV of the fund? Many feel that they need to be on top of the news so that they can manage their investments better.
  • A comparison between Cricket and Investing

    Article16
    While watching Cricket, have we ever noticed that there are many similarities which exist between Cricket & Investing? The most important amongst them being strategy and a long term view. In a quick- paced format like of 20 overs, strategy is key along with careful planning and patience. Here are the ways you could get the best from your investments just like the matches and play a strong innings.
  • Build your kids' monetary skills

    Article15
    Every parent wants to spend quality time with their kids. However, due to busy work busy work and life responsibilities they are not able to spend as much time with their children which lead to developmental delays. The present lockdown has given opportunity enabled many companies to work from home, thus giving enough opportunities on spending meaningful time with their kids and bond with them.
  • Understanding the Key Parameters of Fixed Income Funds | LTMF

    Article14
    This article will help you understand the key parameters of fixed income funds & why changes in interest rates affect the prices of bonds or fixed income securities.
  • Importance of Financial Planning for a Secure Future | LTMF

    Article13
    Have you planned for your secure future? Click here to know the steps of financial planning, goal identification/requirements, investment options/plan and more.
  • Determining risk profile of an investor

    Article12
    Before you consider investing in any financial instrument, you must know how much risk you’re ready to take. Investing in the financial market carries some inherent risk – which can be classified under systematic and unsystematic risk.
  • Importance of a Financial Advisor

    Article11
    Let’s look at the role of a financial advisor like the role of a fitness coach. We all understand the importance of being fit and healthy, but we often fall out of our regime due to lack of discipline, paucity of time and unawareness of what to do next. This is where the role of a coach comes in. A coach’s role is to ensure you tirelessly work towards your goal. He keeps an eye on your workout regime, regulates your diet and carefully monitors your progress.
  • Investing through MF during market volatility

    Article9
    “Stock market is a place to get rich slowly” – someone has very well said. This statement very well captures the nature of stock markets. It is possible to get rich through investing in stocks. However, expecting that to happen in short periods, is unrealistic. 
  • Why investing is necessary?

    Article10
    Investment is to your money what working out is to your body – both ensure fitness, discipline and endurance in the long term. Investment basically means setting aside a sum of money for devoting into a financial instrument, so that after certain period of time, the money will earn you an interest and grow.
  • Give your money the equity boost

    Article8
    With each passing year, the commodity prices will keep rising, subsequently raising the cost of living. If your household expenses are Rs 50,000 per month right now, 10 years down the line, just to maintain a similar lifestyle, you will need about Rs 90,000.
  • Decoding Indian debt market

    Article7
    The Indian debt market, one of the largest in Asia, is developing rapidly buoyed by a multitude of factors including new instruments, increased liquidity, deregulation of interest rates and improved settlement systems. 
  • 5 simple steps to retirement planning

    Article6
    The younger the generation, the faster they aim to retire from the everyday life of a salaried employee and enjoy the luxuries of a retired man.  
  • Importance of nomination

    Article4
    Every time you fill up a form for an investment, whether it’s a Fixed Deposit or Insurance, Shares or a Mutual Fund or even if you’re opening a new bank account, there will be a separate section that will ask you to mention a ‘Nominee’.  
  • Benefits of SIP top-up

    Article3
    Investing in mutual funds through Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) is an effective wealth building tool by contributing a fixed amount every month. 
  • Understanding asset allocation

    Article2
    People investing in mutual funds or other financial instruments these days, often come across a term called Asset Allocation thrown at them, time and again, without necessarily understanding the true essence of the term.
  • 5 easy steps to get started

    Article1
    One of the biggest drawbacks today is the lack of awareness. We often follow what is blindly told to us, either by our parents, friends or financial advisor. 
  • Investing in your child’s future

    Article5
    The arrival of a child brings a lot of happiness and responsibilities at the same time. In fact, as soon as a child is born, parents start worrying about the future. 
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