Term of the Day Archives

This page contains all the “Term of the Day” posted on this blog earliar . 1. Short Selling Short Selling : Short Selling refers selling of shares without owning them . If you short sell a stock , you first sell them at higher price and later you buy them (cover them) back at lower […]

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Price Vs Value – The difference between Price and Value by investment perspective

A Rose can be of more value than a Dress to your Wife or Girlfriend on Valentines Day. Even though that Rose was very less in Price compared to a Dress. Today we will discuss things about investment products from a different perspective – Value and Price. What is Price and Value? Price : Price […]

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Situation of Stock Market on Oct 9, 2008

Bloodbath in Stock Market As I write this article on Oct 9, 2008, Sensex is below 11000 (10850) … Most of the Mutual fund investments returns (since peak of Dec 2007 – Jan 2008) must be down by 40-50% (lump sum investment) and 25-35% (if SIP). Looks like Sensex is heading towards it original value […]

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Why buying an Endowment policy is not a good choice?

Today we are going to see why Endowment policy should be avoided in any portfolio and how other things are much better than Endowment policy with the same cost . The assumption is that you understand what are Endowment policies and What are Term Insurance Plans, if you don’t know click here to read about […]

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Aegon Religare Life Insurance – New hope for Indian Insurance Industry

Aegon Religare Life Insurance which is recently renamed as Aegon Life Insurance is a new Player in Indian Insurance Market. This company seems to have clear understanding about the Insurance Market and what India needs exactly, there main focus is on Term Insurance and that makes it respectable in my opinion, its not like other companies concentrating […]

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The amazing truth of partial Profit booking

In this article I’m going to talk about importance of partial profit booking. The scope of this article is only risky investments where we have risk of loss. It’s not related to Debt products where we are sure of returns. Partial profit booking is relevant if you invest in Shares, mutual funds or derivative products. […]

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How to hedge your Portfolio using Derivatives

When it comes to invest in equities or mutual funds lots of people becomes concern about their investments. This article is surely for you if you invest in Equities (Direct shares or Equity Mutual funds). In this article I’m going to tell you how to hedge your portfolio using Derivatives. Risk Management of Portfolio using […]

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What are Gold Mutual Funds

Gold Funds In India Gold investment is considered as the traditional and most safe toll for investment. In this article I’ m going to tell you what are the alternatives to invest in GOLD other than physical Gold and GOLD ETF? What are Gold Mutual Funds? Gold Funds are mutual funds which invests in stocks […]

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How to calculate Insurance Requirement

There are lot of assumptions related to buying life insurance in India, because of underestimating the future non-life threats like job loss, accidents and also the life threats which will have a bad impact on your families future requirements in case of your untimely demise. Today i will discuss about the calculation of insurance Amount […]

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Some of the best investment products I know about

When it comes to investment, everyone is conscious and curios to know about the best investment products. In this article I’m going to tell you about few of such products that I know and I thing they will be helpful for you. 1. Term Insurance Term plan is an affordable insurance which provides a full […]

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