I know the basic concepts of trading in equity. But I need to learn more and get into derivatie & F&O trading. for which i need to know proper method of studying charts. If anyone can explain it would be great.
thanx dude i know charts are just one of the many ways…..I just want to know that “one” way ….as even I am in the study part yet
Should I switch to equity fund from bond fund when the share market is up (sensex around 20,000) or when it is down (sensex around 10,000)?
I am trying to find a mutual fund that is 40 – 60% in equity and rest in bonds. Do you know which fund has composition like that?
Can it be equity, infrastructure, gilt and which option to go for. Growth, Dividend or Bonus.
This is required for next year’s tax planning purpose.In case of opening SIP now what is the benefit and whether it will be more beneficial to open Equity linked savings scheme??Whether in the ELSS(equity linked savings scheme) a bulk amount has to be deposited??Any fixed period is there?
Whether rate of interest is market driven??Whether it is beneficial to invest in it when the stock market falls?
In India, I intend to use sale proceeds from equity based mutual funds (held by me for more than 4 years) to purchase a residential flat within next 6 months. The sale porceeds will cover about 20% of the cost of the flat. What will be the tax liability for the sale proceeds of MF?
In the recent economic crisis, a huge number of Unit Linked Insurance policy holders suffered heavy losses. Insurance companies deduct 2.25% on a regular basis as fund management charges. Had "fund managers" switch the money from equity to debt fund on time, ULIP holders would not have suffered such heavy losses. Is there any justification in insurance companies charging fund management fee when they cannot do the job properly?
The best way to plan for retirement is to start saving as soon you start working. The power of compounding works in your favor. Save in all the asset classes, specially equity as it gives good returns over a long term period. Start saving with small amount and be a disciplined investor. Never tinker with your retirement funds until and unless absolute necessary.