what are mutual fund & types of mutual fund

Mutual Funds: What are they & Types of Mutual Funds

The mutual funds are professionally managed investment funds where money collects to form a large number of investors and invests in bonds, stock, and securities. These investors are maybe an institution or retail investor. All the Mutual Funds are registered with SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) that regulates the security market. So, itRead more…

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Indian Stock Market Timings

What are the Indian stock market timings? – is often a question of every beginner. Firstly, we must know that the Indian stock market has two main stock exchanges in India.          National stock exchange (NSE) Bombay stock exchange (BSE) Opening and closing time for both exchanges are the same. Most importantly, stock market timing basedRead more…

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#6 things you must avoid in the stock market volatility

A suitable investment plan can make money work for you. Nowadays, one of the most profits making investment vehicle is the stock market. But while investing we must realize that stock market volatility is unavoidable. So, due to the volatility, investing in the stock market can be risky too. Therefore, before start investing we needRead more…

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What is Fiscal Deficit and why it is so important?

The fiscal deficit is one of the most frequently used terms in the economy and in the finance budget. So, in this article, we will discuss the significance of the fiscal deficit. What is the Fiscal Deficit? The fiscal deficit is the difference between the total revenue and total expenditure of the government.  Therefore, itRead more…

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Capital Gain Tax – STCG & LTCG

Earnings or gains create from the transfer of capital asset such as shares; bonds, mutual funds, real estate, gold, etc. are counted as capital gain. So, you need to have disclosed the profits in income tax returns (ITR) and pay tax on these gains. Such gains are of two types—short term capital gain (STCG) andRead more…

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Direct Mutual Fund – Everything You Need To Know

Direct mutual fund scheme was introduced by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) in January 2013. Nowadays, the mutual fund is very popular investment tools that conjointly offer income tax deduction under Section 80C. This is an ideal investment option for regular investors. So, anybody can start investing in a mutual fund scheme toRead more…

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