Systematic. Investment. Plan. Three power words independently but as a group, Systematic Investment Plans or SIP serve many benefits. In…
The L&T India Value Fund celebrated its 10th anniversary on 8th Jan 2020 and holds the #1 rank in the value-oriented mutual funds category with a point-to-point return of 14.35% per annum over the last decade. In this post, we shall look closer at the choice of funds made by L&T India Value Fund and how the fund has performed over the years relative to growth funds and it’s benchmark indices like NIFTY.
The PE Ratio is most widely used metric in evaluating a stock’s buying attractiveness. This post will serve as a useful guide for investors in understanding the current NIFTY 50 PE Ratio, how price-earning ratios have moved over the last 20 years and the correlation between stock market NIFTY returns & PE Ratio
A spate of payment defaults and bankruptcies have crippled the average mutual fund investor’s confidence when it comes to investing in debt instruments. Investors do factor in risk and volatility in some debt mutual funds but almost never in liquid funds, low duration and ultra short term mutual funds. In this post, we shall examine the different types of debt instruments, which works best in what situation, risk in debt instruments, taxation in debt funds and the debt mutual funds you can seek to purchase.
NIFTY Next 50 represents companies listed on the National Stock Exchange which are 50 of India’s biggest companies beyond the companies that are part of the NIFTY 50. These NIFTY Next 50 companies represent 12-13% of NSE’s total market capitalization and are often viewed as the emerging bluechip companies i.e. businesses which are geared to become industry leaders and drive additional wealth to investors in those companies. The NIFTY Next 50 Index has gained much popularity over the last 3 years with the rise of midcaps and a bull-run in the Indian bourses which has been running since 2014