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No beating about the bush.
After a prolonged bull run of almost three and a half years, the Indian market witnessed a deep correction in May 2006. However, from the bottom it hit on 14th June 2006 the markets have rallied back smartly with the Sensex gaining almost 3,500 points from there. For mutual funds to perform in a rising market is something very natural. What has been the performance of schemes that were...
Of the 193 equity schemes in existence today, 120 have been launched in the last three years. Only five have been around for 10 years. “Historical performance” still does not make sense in India
How do you gauge the performance of your fund? One usual way is to look at the historical performance of various fund schemes and compare their returns vis-à-vis their benchmarks. But what period does...
Providing a hard-fought decision making tool for retail investors
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has patted itself on the back for being the first regulator to launch mandatory IPO (initial public offering) grading as an additional investor protection tool. Congratulations are, indeed, in order, because there has been powerful opposition from companies (naturally!),...