In the previous edition, we discussed how an investor can generate Consolidated Account Statement (CAS) from any of the registrar’s website. In this edition, we seek to discuss how you could get your investments analyzed by market experts which bring over five decades of collective...

When it comes to mutual funds, it is important for investors to be aware of the performance of their funds. in March 2015, the market regulator SEBI instructed depositories to take the onus to consolidate all investment information of an investor based on their unique...

NRI's (Non-Residential Indians) are set of Indians that live abroad and are actively looking for avenues to invest in India’s growth story. Better macros, stable government and reform agenda has led India to be one of the fastest growing emerging economies leading to a better...

How to switch from regular plan to direct planSecurities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), in 2013, directed the mutual fund houses to launch direct plans of all mutual fund schemes. This has resulted in two plans for each fund  - regular plan and direct...

5 Things To Consider When Investing in Mutual Funds In this article, we discuss the 5 important factors that investors should consider while selecting the best mutual funds to invest in. If you are convinced by these principles...

SIP Calculator- Calculate Your Savings With Direct Mutual FundsSIP calculator - Calculate your savings with Direct Mutual FundsSIP investing has become very popular and most SIPs are held for relatively long periods of time like 15-20 yearsOver these long horizons, the choice between Regular and...

Invest in Direct Mutual Funds For Higher ReturnsAll mutual funds have two plans – Regular and Direct. Direct plans give higher returns every year because investors do not have to pay commissions. Despite this, nearly 90% of retail investors invest in Regular plan mainly due...