As a long term, small investor which one should I opt for and why ?
I have seen that in Dividend Re-Investment schemes, the NAV falls drastically after dividend is declared.. so is that considered a loss for the investor ?
In most funds I have seen that Growth schemes are on the steady rise, while dividend schemes lag far behind..why so ?
Whats better and why, National Saving Certificate (NSC) or Peoples Provident Fund (PPF) ?
I have investment in Mutual funds what is the best choice Keep the fund or sell it now
Which one is more profitable? I have 20000 rs to invest but am confused between chosing the right one. I am not intersted in investing in shares or mutual funds.Kindly suggest or share your opinions.
Is a credit card money that the bank gives you to spend but then have to pay back. and is a debit card one where you put in your own money in the bank :s
I am selected in clerk exam held on Nov 2009.
I have a little confusion total in-hand amount received ?
Also what about the pension?
Pension will provided by bank or not?
I’m 29 years old and I’m married, we are wanting to buy life insurance but I need the best option for my family.
i wish to know whats the difference between private sector banks , foreign banks operating in india .
Also is it legal to make bank accounts in Bank of America which operates in India
Boo boo need to get my basics clear so dont make fun.Thanks 🙂
@mustafa lol ur right 😀
What’s the maximum amount a common individual can convert at a bank, in terms of USD?
And, what about the folks who earn a living trading currencies at the Forex Market? Do they have their currencies converted at a specialised institution, or do they just convert them through the banks? And if they do, are they required to hold some sort of license?