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Small- and mid-cap stocks are shooting up; not the schemes that aim to take advantage from their rise
A strong global rally, declining inflation rate, interest rate cuts and positive signs in global economic data after several stimulus packages have ensured that the Indian stock indices have remained buoyant, for more than six weeks. Most of the mid- and small-cap stocks were on a rampage as...
We had asked you to avoid SIPs in late 2006. We are suggesting that you buy them now but in a different way
In the MoneyLIFE issue of 14 September 2006, we had pointed out that using the systematic investment plan (SIP) is bad for your wealth. SIP is a planned investment programme under which a small amount is invested in a mutual fund at regular intervals such as every month or every...
Some funds were significantly in cash at the market peak last year. Yet, they were not the year’s best performers
The cornerstone of the mutual funds’ investing process is to stay invested most of the time and not try to time the market. The basis for this is the assumption that nobody knows what the market will do in the short term. In trying to get in and out of the market, you may end up...