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18-May-2019
Any idea regarding that newly launched fund!!!!!!! I think its a............ $Quantum Tax Saving Fund - Direct Plan Growth Option Please share ur opinion like risk factor, underlying valuation, return, Assets..... Read More...
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18-May-2019
@sutirthabhattacharyya  The AUM of the fund is very low and the returns are also not that good. Instead, you can go with  $Axis Long Term Equity Fund - Direct Growth  Read More...
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09-Dec-2018
Never lose confidence in the equity market. If you are a long term investor, then your attitude should be like that of a long term investor. Long term investors are not bothered by short term market movements. Long term investment is like a five-day cricket match, where few maiden overs do not matter, unlike in a T20 match. Don’t buy companies that have fallen due to some stink on corporate governance. These companies are unlikely to rise even if the market improves tomorrow. These would be laggards. Frankly we also never know how many more issues are lurking beneath the surface in these companies. Don’t try to catch falling knives. Read More...
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15-Nov-2018
IPO PERFORMANCE. NEVER INVEST WITHOUT RESEARCH IN IPO BECAUSE THE MYTH IS OVER "NO CHANCE OF LOSS IN IPO" Read More...
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10-Nov-2018
Though market seems to have factored some part of the cut in earnings growth, for example; we had started this year with an expectation of 20 percent growth in FY19 which has reduced to 15 percent, but it has more to go. Read More...
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03-Nov-2018
Here is what we found: The market moved up during three elections in 2014, 2009 and 1998. In fact, in 2009, the market saw two upper circuits in a single day after the election results were announced. The election results in 2004 and 1999 pulled the stock markets down. The benchmark index fell by 11 per cent on the day election results were declared in 2004. “General elections are supposed to happen every five years. And, since 1980, in last 34 years till 2014, we have seen all kinds of governments, including mixed governments and absolute majority government. Average GDP growth stood at around 6.2 per cent over last 34 years. And, if we keep that expectation in mind, elections do not matter much,” explains Sorbh Gupta. If our country grows at around 6 per cent every year, which government is ruling, does not matter much,” says Gupta. Long term investors need not worry or change their strategy due to the general elections in 2019. Investors must follow a disciplined approach and stick. Read More...
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03-Nov-2018
Should mutual fund investors worry about 2019 elections? The general election may be around six months away, but some mutual fund investors are really concerned about it. They are bombarding mutual fund advisors and managers with questions like these: `Should I make changes to mutual fund investments.’ ‘What should be my investment strategy in view of the coming elections.’ “What should be my investment strategy ahead of the elections is the most common question we get from our retail investors, whenever we interact with them around the election time,” says Sorbh Gupta, Associate Fund Manager- Equity, Quantum AMC. The general elections are scheduled to be held around April-May 2019 for the Lok Sabha. ET.com Mutual Funds decided to take a look at the market trends around a few previous elections to find out whether the mutual fund investors need to alter their investment plans ahead of elections. We looked at the BSE Sensex data for six months around the election time. Read More...
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03-Nov-2018
Sir, invest in good mutual funds and stay invested for long term. SIP will do the ruppee cost averaging. Don't bother about news. When you invest via SIP route, you will be in win win situation. When market is down you bought more units and when market is up then your total investment will gives you good return and the NAV value will increase. #SIPkaromastraho Read More...
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01-Nov-2018
Buy Kanchi Karpooram @508/-. If you dont get 1% invrease in this week the i will give u the money. Read More...
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30-Oct-2018
Just make investment in Mid cap fund i m sure you will get a superb return before 1yr. Sharing screenshot of filter search. Read More...
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29-Oct-2018
7 stocks most favoured by mutual funds over last one year Read More...
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29-Oct-2018
 20 stocks out of 310 which plunged up to 70% in 2018 Read More...
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29-Oct-2018
Avoid buying all these stock Read More...
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