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No beating about the bush.
FPOs are a low-risk, low-to-modest reward option and, therefore, better than IPOs for certain kinds of investors
I am sure a lot of us are confused about what a ‘follow-on public offering’ (FPO) is. That we all know about initial public offering (IPO) is
clearly reflected in the number of applications that flood an IPO. In an IPO, the discovery of the market price of a stock takes place...
These stocks are in several fund portfolios and they are enjoying signficant revenue and profit momentum. Are they worth buying?
Debashis Basu and Shailendra Lotlikar explore
The markets are trading at their highest levels; macro-economic factors, like inflation and interest rate hikes, seem under control; global money in the form of investment in secondary market, private equity and...
The fund industry harps on high historical returns from equities. It means little.
Long-term investing in equities can fetch good returns for you - far better than most other kinds of investments. But does that automatically become an argument for investing in mutual funds or any equity growth scheme? The fund industry is constantly encouraging you to take a giant leap of faith: ‘equities...