Advanced Investing

three things international equity

Three things to keep in mind for international funds

Planning to go for international equity in your portfolio? Keeping these three things in mind can make a lot of difference in the outcomes you will see.

market valuations

How can you know if market valuations are high?

Experts talk a lot about market valuations being high or low. But how can you as an investor figure it out for yourself?

When and How to de-risk your portfolio

The risk your portfolio is exposed to should change over the course of your financial life. Here’s how to make sure it is done right.

cash allocation

Should you increase cash allocation at market peaks?

To be able to gather cash at market peaks by selling some of your existing equity holdings, you need to know the peak approaching, before it actually does. Is that even possible or practical?

esg funds

What you need to know about the new ESG equity funds

ESG stands for Environmental, Social and Governance. ESG funds essentially apply these non-financial factors as part of their investment framework to identify material risks as well as growth opportunities in a company.

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why liquid funds are giving low returns

Why are liquid fund growth rates trending lower this year and what should you do?

We have observed that liquid fund growth rates in the past few months have been trending lower than the usual 6%-7% which was seen a year ago. This is making many investors wonder what they should do.

SWP to generate income

How to generate regular income through SWPs

As opposed to the systematic investment plan or SIP which allows you to invest in small amounts on a regular basis, an SWP allows you to withdraw defined amounts in regular frequency.

mutual fund investment process

Should you know the mutual fund’s investment process?

An investment process is a defined way in which fund managers and their teams, both debt and equity, go about filtering securities available for investment and arrive at a final choice of what they want to include in their portfolio.