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  • Problem of PlentyPosted By Business Today on 30/07/2017
    Three years ago, 40 per cent of HDFC Mutual Fund's equity portfolio was underperforming its benchmark. more
  • Are you selling mutual funds with long-term prospects?Posted By Economic Times on 06/07/2017
    Mutual fund investors are extremely serious about underperformance these days. Most of them can’t tolerate even a short-term underperformance. more
  • Fund-raising via IPOs surges 73% in H1 2017Posted By Hindu Business Line on 02/07/2017
    In a blockbuster performance, over a dozen companies have raised more than Rs. 12,000 crore through initial public offerings in the first half of the year, a surge of 73 per cent from the year-ago period. more
  • Mutual funds sitting on cash as market looks overheatedPosted By Financial Chronicle on 28/06/2017
    Cash levels are rising in equity mutual funds as a perception is gaining ground that the stock market could be over-heated. more
  • India’s great farmer bailout may further hurt prospects for a sovereign-rating upgradePosted By Financial Express on 23/06/2017
    India’s states are lining up to rescue indebted farmers hammered by depressed crop prices and rising costs, a trend that may further hurt the nation’s prospects for a sovereign-rating upgrade. more
  • The Cyber-frauds Posted By on 16/06/2017
    The Cyber-frauds and how to keep your money safe from them
    Not so long ago, your money-related transactions used to be between you and your bank. It was a closed loop with everything happening in the premises of the bank. more
  • Why you should hold on to long duration bonds, mutual fundsPosted By Economic Times on 12/06/2017
    The Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) left key policy rates unchanged in its latest meeting—repo rate at 6.25%, reverse repo at 6% and marginal standing facility at 6.5%. more
  • Expecting a rate cut, but it won’t be large, says Arvind Chari of Quantum AdvisorsPosted By Economic Times on 08/06/2017
    The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the RBI resolved to leave the key interest rate (Repo Rate) unchanged at 6.25 per cent. But the decision was not unanimous. more
  • Why value mutual funds are a good bet in current soaring stock marketPosted By Economic Times on 05/06/2017
    The stock market is scaling new heights and investors are at a loss to understand where they should deploy their money now. more
  • Holding more cash in volatile marketsPosted By on 29/05/2017
    All equity funds hold cash, typically up to 5% of their overall portfolio. There is no official regulatory rule about how much cash an equity fund can hold. Sometimes fund managers also hold cash as market valuations are high and some managers prefer to sell some of their holdings and hold cash till they find better opportunities. more
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