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The equity market has been volatile over the past few weeks. From its all-time high of 18,600 in mid-October 2021, the Nifty has corrected by more than 1,600 points closing November 2021 below the psychological 17,000 mark. The broader market also saw deep cuts. Nifty Midcap 150 index fell by 9% from its all-time high, while the Nifty...

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The Bharat Bond ETFs of different maturities are the biggest fixed income exchange traded funds (ETFs)in India. Bharat Bond ETF is an initiative of Department of Investment and Public Asset Management (DIPAM), under the Ministry of Finance. The funds are managed by Edelweiss AMC."To reach a goal you have never...

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After a dream bull rally which saw the stock market climb to all time high, the market has turned volatile in the last one month. The Nifty has given up nearly 1,400 points, falling 8% in the last month or so. The broader market has also been volatile with midcaps falling 8% in the last month or so. Fears of new Coronavirus mutation and rising...

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Multi Asset Allocation funds are hybrid mutual fund schemes which invest in 3 or more asset classes. According to SEBI regulations multi asset allocation funds must invest minimum 10% each in at least 3 asset classes. Apart from the two most popular asset classes, debt and equity, these schemes invest in asset classes like gold, real...

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Taiwan is one of the fastest growing emerging markets in the world (source: Bloomberg, 2021 GDP forecast). With a population of just around 23 million, Taiwan's nominal GDP stood at USD 669 billion (2020). Taiwan's per capita GDP is USD 28,371 (source: World Bank, 2020) which is nearly thrice of China’s per capita...

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Most equity investors prefer to invest in domestic equity. Investors feel that they understand the domestic stock market including its risks better. While it is true, investors should also understand that, investing only in domestic equity, exposes them to single country risk, even if the country in question is their home country. Investors...

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Gold is considered to be an auspicious investment in many Indian households. Many families purchased Gold in this festive season with many jewellers reporting strong sales after the COVID gloom. The wedding season is now approaching and families will be gifting Gold to newly-wed couples. Apart from auspicious and...

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As we approach the final quarter of this financial year, tax planning is one of the most financial activities for all investors. Ideally, tax planning should be done at the beginning of each financial year but if you have not done it yet, you should do your tax planning now to avoid last minute hassles. Section 80C of Income Tax Act 1961...

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In India, companies listed on the stock exchanges between 1 – 100th in terms of full market capitalization are called Large Cap companies (Large Cap stocks).Large cap funds are equity mutual fund schemes which have to invest at least 80% of their assets in large cap stocks. Large cap companiesare typically large in...

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Section 80C of Income Tax Act 1961 has provisions for tax payers to claim deductions from their taxable income by investing in some eligible schemes. By investing in 80C schemes under the old income tax regime, you can claim deduction equal to investment amount subject to a cap of Rs 150,000. Section...

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