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    How to Identify Value Traps in Stock Investing?

    Share: Picking the right stocks for your portfolio is not as straightforward as it looks. Many investors follow the principles of value investing and look at the intrinsic value of stocks before investing in them. They try to identify undervalued stocks that can generate good returns over the long-term. But are all value investors successful? The answer is NO. Then, what separates successful...

    • 20 hrs ago
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    AMFI Mutual Fund Monthly Performance Report : June 2020

    Share: As per AMFI mutual fund report for June, the net assets under management for equity-oriented schemes saw an increase by approximately Rs 50,000 Crores, implying that more mutual funds bought stocks in June compared with May. What Does This Mean? The net AUM increased to Rs 7.01 lakh crores in June'20 from Rs 6.5 lakh crore in May'20. Assets under management or AUM refers to the...

    • 2 days ago
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    HSBC Mutual Fund launches HSBC Focused Equity Fund: Open Till July 15, 2020

    Share: HSBC Focused Equity Fund is an open ended equity scheme investing in maximum 30 stocks across market caps (i.e. Multi-Cap ) . The New Fund Offer (NFO) of the scheme opened for subscription on July 1, 2020 and closes on July 15. The scheme will reopen for continuous transactions on July 29 this year. Here are more details about the scheme. Investment Strategy ...

    • 3 days ago
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    Warren Buffett's Investment Checklist for Buying Stocks

    Share: Warren Buffett is one of the most popular investors in the world today. Born in 1930, he is the fourth-richest person in the world (as of December 2019). Since 1970, he has been the Chairman and the largest shareholder of Berkshire Hathaway and is often referred to as the ' Oracle ' or ' Sage of Omaha ' by many media houses. As an investor, he is known as a persistent value...

    • 3 days ago
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    Stamp Duty on Mutual Fund Investors from July 1st, 2020

    Share: All your mutual fund purchases will attract stamp duty from July 1 onwards. This means that whenever you make a new investment in a mutual fund scheme, it could be any scheme: equity, debt funds, or exchange-traded funds or through any mode SIPs or STPs, stamp duty will be levied. Both demat and physical transactions will be covered under its ambit. However, the stamp duty is just...

    • 3 days ago
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    How to Choose Mutual Funds in India

    Share: Mutual fund selection can be done on several parameters like return expectation, risk tolerance, investment horizon, etc. on the investor's part. The asset can be mapped across parameters like an expense ratio, past performance, fund manager experience, assets under management, etc. once you are through with your research, you will have a clear idea of where you would want to invest in. Here are the...

    • 6 days ago
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    Analyzing Stocks with Porter's Five Forces

    Share: As an investor, I always try to research the company thoroughly before buying its stock. I am fairly conversant with the P/E Ratio, Return on Equity Ratio, Price to Book Ratio, Dividend to Price Ratio, and Debt to Equity Ratio that can help me understand the financials of the company. However, do these ratios paint the entire picture?

    • 6 days ago
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    Intermediaries Involved in an IPO

    Share: When a company decides to go public, it has to follow certain guidelines outlined by the Securities and Exchanges Board of India (SEBI) for offering securities in public issues. The company needs to fulfill the eligibility norms too. Further, there are four intermediaries associated with the issue of separate activities. These intermediaries need to be registered with SEBI and the company needs to...

    • a week ago
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    Why Does a Company Decide to Go Public?

    Share: An Initial Public Offering or IPO is the first issue of shares by a private company. When a company decides to go public, it offers shares at a pre-determined price/price-band through the IPO. Investors get an opportunity to become shareholders in the company and earn dividends if the company profits as well as capital returns if the demand for the shares of the said company increases. However,...

    • a week ago
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    How to Invest in an IPO Online

    Share: Whether you are a stock investor or not, you might have heard the phrase 'a company went public' either online or in a newspaper advertisement. What does going public mean? In the simplest terms, 'going public' is the process of a private company raising capital by issuing shares for the first time. In a private company, the number of shareholders is limited by law. However, it has the option of raising...

    • a week ago

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