Sannihitha Ponaka

Sannihitha Ponaka is an MBA graduate from Symbiosis and has more than 5 years of experience in the financial sector. Following her dreams in the field of finance, she leverages writing to communicate the importance of investing. Your go-to guide to creating amazing and easily understood investment content. Her forte lies in investment advisory and strategy with expertise in fundamental analysis and research.

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Growth vs Dividend Reinvestment

Fund houses offer multiple options for investing in mutual funds based on investor’s needs. Investors who prefer getting regular income have the dividend option. While investors who want to stay invested for long horizons have the growth and dividend reinvestment...

bond vs credit funds

Difference Between Bond & Credit Funds

A bond is a debt instrument issued by the government or by corporations for a fixed tenure. The aim motive behind issuing a bond is to raise money. The bond issuer promises to pay the investor money at regular intervals....

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Difference Between Bonds and Bond Funds

Bond and bond funds are debt schemes. Bonds are debt instruments that earn fixed income, i.e., generate stable returns for the investors. The investor buys bonds from the bond issuer for a predetermined duration. The bond issuer promises to pay...

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Balanced Fund

What is Balanced Fund? Balanced funds or Balanced Hybrid Funds are a type of hybrid fund. They are open-ended balanced schemes investing in both equity and debt instruments. As per SEBI regulations, these funds have to invest 40%-60% of assets...

nps tier 2 vs mutual fund

NPS Tier 2 vs Mutual Fund

NPS Tier 2 account is purely an optional account. Only customers with NPS Tier 1 accounts are eligible to open a Tier 2 account. Four asset types are available in the NPS Tier 2 account: stock, government securities, corporate bonds,...

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What are Target Maturity Funds – Advantages & Disadvantages

What are Target Maturity Funds? Target Maturity Funds (TMF) are index-tracking debt funds that invest in bonds. Target maturity funds assist investors in navigating the risks associated with debt funds. These funds align their portfolios with the fund's maturity date....

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Dividend Payout Ratio

A company’s dividend payout policy is the decision about the distribution of the company’s profits to its shareholders. A dividend payout policy of a firm is a financial decision that involves decisions on dividend payout ratio, and the frequency of...

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Mutual Fund Riskometer

What is Riskometer in Mutual Fund? Like all other investment vehicles, mutual funds include some degree of risk. Prior to investing, it is critical to weigh these risks. A mutual fund riskometer can assist you with it. Typically, investment decisions...