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It is the blessed weekend again and we are back with ORO Weekend Reads. The aim of this newsletter is to bring to you all the best stories in personal finance in one place - so that you can stay on top of your finances...

You have decided to invest your money and want to get maximum returns on your investments, but with your busy schedule you might not have the time and information to decide what or when to buy. Here comes the benefit of Mutual Funds. In this...

Welcome to the inaugural edition of ORO Weekend Reads. The aim of this newsletter is to bring to you all the best stories in personal finance in one place - so that you can stay on top of your finances with the least effort. This...

For Resident Indians Resident Indians can get their Old High Denomination (OHD) notes exchanged for cash only up to a limit of Rs 4000 (applicable till the 24th of November, after which it may be reviewed). This exchange facility is available at all Issue Offices...

Why Should You Invest in GoldTraditional financial advice available for retail investors is almost entirely centered on equities and debt. Most model portfolios have nothing to say about the weights on alternative asset classes such as gold.  Gold in particular is a glaring omission because...

Ask The ExpertORO launches its "Ask the Expert" series on every Friday, where you can ask your financial related questions to our experts. Our experts will try to provide the best possible solution to your questions. Please use the form below to ask your...

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 then we at ORO have already done the hard work for you. You can view ORO’s...

The Different Types of Mutual Funds in Equities Understanding large cap, mid cap and small cap mutual funds When investors look at the different types of mutual funds within equities in India, the one classification they most often come across is based on market capitalization or “cap”....