Should Investors Deploy Their Savings In Baroda Equity Savings Fund To Balance Risk-Returns?

Baroda Pioneer Mutual Fund launches Baroda Equity Savings Fund (BESF), an open-ended scheme from a sub-category of the hybrid fund. Equity Savings Fund as categorised by the market regulator, SEBI, is a Hybrid Fund. Meaning, it invests in equity and equity related instruments (including derivatives), debt & money market instruments, and would explore arbitrage opportunities.…

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July 12, 2019 | by

Mahindra Hybrid Equity Nivesh Yojana: Should Investor Invest?

Mahindra Mutual Fund has launched Mahindra Hybrid Equity Nivesh Yojana (MHENY), an open-ended aggressive hybrid scheme investing in equity and equity related instruments and in debt and money market instruments. Aggressive Hybrid Funds were erstwhile balanced funds, that were supposed to have a 50:50 allocation to equity and debt. But the proportion of equity varied…

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July 9, 2019 | by

Indiabulls Overnight Fund: Should Investors Invest?

Indiabulls has launched yet another open-ended debt scheme, Indiabulls Overnight Fund. An Overnight fund is a category of debt scheme emerged after the SEBI’s recategorization norms. It has the shortest investment duration of one day and provides better returns than bank FDs and are more liquid. The interest rate risk involved therein is least or…

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June 29, 2019 | by

Will Shriram Balanced Advantage Fund’s Dynamic Approach Help Investors Get Rid-Off Market Volatility?

Equity markets rallied up after Modi-led-NDA government’s victory happened. On the day of election results, Nifty 50 witnessed high volatility as the index swung in the range of 3.7%. It crossed the psychological mark of 12,000 (and on the S&P BSE Sensex 40,000) but couldn’t sustain those levels. And in the debt markets, the ripple effect of…

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June 20, 2019 | by

Are Investors Losing Interest In Debt Mutual Funds?

The Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI), released its monthly data, some of the figures were encouraging and some showed signs of subdued performance. Assets Under Management (AUM) as on 31 May 2019, stood at Rs 25,93,560 crore and crossed a landmark of Rs 25 Lakh crore to (almost) touch a new high of Rs…

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