Equity Mutual Funds
Equity funds are funds that invest capital primarily in equity securities. It is, therefore, a type of fund that presents a greater risk than the others, due to the close link with the stock market, which is inherently risky and the more unpredictable the shorter the time scale. Equity Mutual Funds have about 1/3rd of the total assets under management...
what is nifty?
What is Nifty? Nifty is a benchmark index which was introduced by NSE, i.e., National Stock Exchange of India. It is an index of first 50 major Companies listed on the National Stock Exchange. It is also Known As Nifty 50. Nifty50 is India's most prominent and dominant Stock Index in India. This is the highest trend in the country....
mid cap funds
Mid Cap Companies are those Companies having their market Capitalization in between 5000 crore to 20000 crores. People Often say mid-cap companies provide better returns.Mid Cap Companies are less risky, Let us Under this. What are the Mid-cap companies? The mid-cap company, which can be market capitalization of Rs 5000 crore to 20000 crore according to Indian markets.  As the name...
list of 23 stock exchanges in India
List of 23 stock exchanges in India: Mostly people in India heard about two stock exchanges, But they have no idea that there are 23 stock exchanges are available in India. In the list of 23 stock exchanges in India, There are only two main stock exchanges where maximum Shares are traded.BSE(Bombay Stock Exchange) and NSE(National Stock Exchange).These two exchanges...
Trading vs. Investing
Stock Market Trading is about to buy and sell stocks for a short time of interval in order to get profit by stock price fluctuations. Investing is about buying stocks for a long-term period in order to get profits. Trading In Stock Market Traders make money by buying and selling the stock in a short span of time, knowing the principle...
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Trading vs. Investing
Stock Market Trading is about to buy and sell stocks for a short time of interval in order to get profit by stock price fluctuations. Investing is about buying stocks for a long-term period in order to get profits. Trading In Stock Market Traders make money by buying and selling the stock in a short span of time, knowing the principle...
mutual fund nav
What is NAV? Net Asset Value i.e Value of Total Assets Just like in the context of stock, the share price is in the same way in respect of mutual funds, the value of one unit of the fund is measured in its NAV. One day expenditure is to be spent on running a mutual fund through expense ratio, and...
elss funds scheme
ELSS - Equity Linked Saving Schemes, is a type of equity fund, ELSS funds are tax exempted under section 80C.  Lock-in Period for ELSS funds is 3 years. There are 17 ELSS schemes currently exist in India's mutual fund market with more than 80,000 Crore worth assets under Management. ELSS is a diversified equity mutual fund that invests in most of...
Stock market timings India
Stock market timings in India As people often get confused about stock market timings. In India, there are two major stock Exchanges -National stock exchange (NSE) and Bombay stock exchange (BSE). However, the timing of both the NSE & BSE is the same. The Stock market remains closed on weekends, i.e., Saturday and Sunday. Moreover, it also closed on National and...
what is nifty?
What is Nifty? Nifty is a benchmark index which was introduced by NSE, i.e., National Stock Exchange of India. It is an index of first 50 major Companies listed on the National Stock Exchange. It is also Known As Nifty 50. Nifty50 is India's most prominent and dominant Stock Index in India. This is the highest trend in the country....