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accounts receivable turnover ratio

Accounts Receivable Turnover Ratio

What is Accounts Receivable Turnover Ratio? The accounts receivables turnover ratio refers to an accounting ratio that measures how well a company collects its accounts receivable. This ratio assesses how well a company manages and uses the credit it gives...

activity ratios

Activity Ratios

What is an Activity Ratio? An activity ratio is a type of accounting ratio. It is a financial indicator that shows how effectively a company is generating revenue and cash by using its assets on its balance sheet. It demonstrates...

difference between bonds and bond funds

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...

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....

common account number

Common Account Number (CAN)

The Mutual Fund Utilities (MFU) platform is a common shared platform used by AMCs in India. This platform makes it easier for investors to manage their investments. Through Common Account Number (CAN), investors can register with the MFU platform to...

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active funds vs passive funds

Passive Vs Active Mutual Funds

Mutual fund investments have become quite popular in India. As an investor, while investing in mutual funds, it is essential to understand their portfolios and how they are managed. Portfolio management means how the fund manager buys and sells underlying assets...

factors affecting mutual funds performance

6 Factors That Affects Mutual Funds Performance

In today's world, there are many different ways to invest your money. These include FDs, stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. Mutual funds are a popular choice of investment, providing exposure to a basket of securities at low investment amounts. There...

no exit load mutual funds

No Exit Load Mutual Funds

Exit load is a fee that a mutual fund house charges the investor when they exit the scheme or redeem their units. The main motive behind charging a fee is to discourage investors from exiting the scheme early. Mostly, funds...