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Top 5 myths of Mutual Fund investing

Investors often have many misconceptions about investing in mutual fund schemes. They think Mutual Fund NFOs and Company IPOs are alike,  consider mutual fund dividends as extra returns, or even feel investing that investing in Stocks and Mutual Funds are similar. This article will demystify all these misconceptions. #1 Mutual Fund

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How to build your Retirement Portfolio

Each type of investment has distinct advantages and disadvantages, and because each tends to behave differently in different types of economic mood swings.  Your retirement portfolio should be broadly diversified and well balanced to last for your and your dependant’s life time. Your may have various financial assets viz. shares,

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5 investment myths to avoid

Our Instincts play a big role in our investment decisions. Often, these instincts are based on our perceptions rather than on information available to us. Today, we have far greater access to information through print, television and internet media, yet our minds are trapped in age old investment myths. When we

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Identify the best investment that suits your needs

Many of us wish to increase our wealth exponentially and secure our financial position. We seek investments which has no risk and makes a lot of money for us. The challenge however, is to find such an investment avenue. There are many investment options available for first time as well as

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Get safe with 8 per-cent Savings Bonds

The Government of India 8 per cent Savings Bonds, 2003 (taxable) scheme is another instrument suitable for investors seeking returns that are fixed and assured. GOI Savings Bonds may not be terrific investment option if you are looking for capital appreciation or a substantial margin over inflation. An 8 per cent

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Diversify your portfolio with Small Savings Schemes

Small saving schemes are the most popular investment avenues among the general public. Safety, convenience, small investment and liquidity characterize these investments. The high safety levels coupled with the attractive returns make small savings schemes a 'must-have' proposition for most investors. A large section of Indian households still solely rely on Small

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Portfolio diversification is the key for Retirement Planning

Now that you are ready to invest for your retirement, it is important to understand where to invest. Each type of investment has distinct advantages and disadvantages, and because each tends to behave differently in different types of economic mood swings, any long-term investor's portfolio should be broadly diversified. In an

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