Jim Cramer’s 25 RULES FOR INVESTING

Jim Cramer’s 25 RULES FOR INVESTING
Jim Cramer’s 25 RULES FOR INVESTING 1 Bulls Make Money, Bears Make Money, Pigs Get Slaughtered 2 It’s OK to Pay the Taxes 3 Don’t Buy All at Once 4 Buy Damaged Stocks, Not Damaged Companies 5 Diversify to Control Risk 6 Do Your Stock Homework 7 No One Made a Dime by Panickin…
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Mutual Funds Special Schemes

Mutual Funds Special Schemes
Mutual Funds Special Schemes This category includes index schemes that attempt to replicate the performance of a particular index such as the BSE Sensex, the NSE 50 (NIFTY) or sector specific schemes which invest in specific sectors such as Technology, Infrastructure, Banking…
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Investments: Which Mutual Fund is Right?

 Investments: Which Mutual Fund is Right?
Investments: Which Mutual Fund is Right? Mutual Fund Growth Schemes Aim to provide capital appreciation over the medium to long term. These schemes normally invest a majority of their funds in equities and are willing to bear short term decline in value for possible future app…
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Axis Mutual Fund launches ‘Axis Growth Opportunities Fund’

Axis Mutual Fund launches ‘Axis Growth Opportunities Fund’ Highlights • A fund that aims to offer a global investment opportunity by investing in domestic equities as well as foreign securities by leveraging its relationship with S chroder Investment Management Limited (as …
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Tariff hike to support domestic manufacturing: Ganesh Kumar Gupta, President, FIEO

Tariff hike to support domestic manufacturing: Mr. Ganesh Kumar Gupta, President, FIEO Reacting to increase in tariff on consumer goods, Mr Ganesh Kumar Gupta, President, FIEO said that the higher tariff coupled with depreciating Rupee will provide double protection to do…
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ICRA: MFI sector back on growth track, but new challenges on the horizon

ICRA: MFI sector back on growth track, but new challenges on the horizon · Industry expected to post around 20-22% growth · Challenges pertaining to high client attrition and fresh capital infusion to fund growth remain The Indian microfinance sector (including the SHG Bank Link…
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National Pension Scheme- NPS Sow at a young age to reap at ripe at age

National Pension Scheme- NPS Sow at a young age to reap at ripe at age
National Pension Scheme- NPS Sow at a young age to reap at ripe at age Financial Plan - National Pension Scheme Financial Plan - Retirement,
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India has 3rd highest number of family firms : Report by Credit Suisse.

India has 3rd highest number of family firms : Report by Credit Suisse.
India has 3rd highest number of family firms  US and China top list. India is home to 111 family-owned businesses. India has the 3rd largest number of family-run businesses in the world after the US and China, according to a report by Credit Suisse.  India has 111 family-owned…
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Ideal time to shift to accrual oriented funds

Ideal time to shift to accrual oriented funds After the recent hike in Repo Rate by RBI, investors are looking towards short term income funds to gain from high accrual coupled with income stability due to lower duration. One such fund is UTI Short Term Income Fund which aims …
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UTI Value Opportunities Fund - Finding value where Market Underestimates

UTI Value Opportunities Fund - Finding value where Market Underestimates Financial experts often recommend that investors should invest in funds that capture the near complete spectrum of the markets, in other words well diversified funds. One tends to gravitate towards larg…
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BSE’s India INX to receive direct connectivity from BSO

BSE’s India INX to receive direct connectivity from BSO BSO becomes first global network provider to offer direct connectivity to India INX Delivering connectivity services and proximity hosting for international investors and exchange members Mumbai, September 25th, 2018: The…
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