Silver ETFs are investment options that invest at least 95% of their net assets in physical pure silver and silver related instruments like futures contracts, exchange traded derivatives. The primary underlying asset in all these instruments should be silver as per the mandate by SEBI. As with other exchange traded...Read More
ETFs or Exchange Traded Funds are a basket of marketable securities tracking an underlying benchmark like NSE, BSE, Nifty 50 or even a commodity, theme or sector. ETFs encapsulates the features of different investment options like the mutual funds and stocks. Although they seem like index funds, the difference between...Read More
Most investors will be familiar with the term Sensex. Sensex is one of the leading indicators of the stock market in India. The term Sensex is blend of two words Sensitive and Index. The Sensex comprises of the Top 30 companies from different industry sectors are listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). These stocks are the most actively...Read More
The next 50 large cap companies from Nifty 100 Index constitute the Nifty Next 50 Index. The Nifty Next 50 Index together with Nifty 50 Index represents the universe of large cap stocks (Top 100 stocks by market capitalization). The Nifty Next 50 index is calculated on a real-time basis (daily) and rebalanced semi-annually in March and...Read More
The festive season is upon us and Gold will on the shopping list of many families. Apart from its cultural importance in our country as an auspicious metal, Gold is one of the most important investment assets class globally as well as India. Over a long period of time gold is supposed to retain its purchasing power and is therefore...Read More
Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are passive schemes which track market indices. ETFs invest in a basket of securities which replicate the benchmark index. Unlike actively managed mutual fund schemes, ETFs do not aim to beat the index, they merely track the index as closely as possible. Since ETFs are passive funds, they...Read More
Passive funds invest in a basket of securities replicating a market benchmark index. The weights of securities in the fund mirror the weights of the constituents in the index. Unlike actively managed mutual funds, passive funds do not aim to beat the market. There are two types of passive funds – exchange-traded funds...Read More
Exchange traded funds or ETFs are passive mutual fund schemes which track an equity or debt market index or the price of a commodity (e.g. gold, silver etc). Unlike actively traded mutual fund scheme, ETFs do not aim to beat the market index. ETFs aim to replicate the returns of the market index. ETFs are listed on stock...Read More
Exchange traded funds or ETFs are passive mutual fund schemes which track an equity or debt market index or price of a commodity (e.g. Gold). ETFs invest in a basket of stocks that reflects the composition of a market index e.g. Sensex, Nifty etc. The weight of a stock in the underlying portfolio of an ETF mirrors the weight...Read More
Zone of support is the price zone from where stocks bounce back after falling. Traders usually like to buy stocks in this zone. For Nifty – 50 this year so far, the 10,000 mark has formed a zone of support. Though the market has been...Read More
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