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The disruptive power of technology
The fund industry may have embraced machines and robots, but managing money still needs the human touch.
Scripbox, Aditya Birla Money MyUniverse eye working professionals, corporates as next big customers
Taking a leaf out of the books of international fintech start-ups such as Questis and Future Penny, online investment platforms Scripbox and Aditya Birla Money
Three online investment platforms offer tech-savvy investors convenience. Here's how
Online investment platforms offer tech-savvy investors convenience and ease of operation.
Here's why mutual funds are better than stocks
For a small fee, the investor gains from the stock-picking ability of the professional fund manager, does not have to track his portfolio and also benefits from tax exemption of portfolio gains.
Managing money while living away from home
Online platforms today not only simplify and automate the investment process but also teach you how to save and invest.
Investing mistakes young earners make
I interact with a lot of young earners. These are men and women in the first 5-6 years of their working lives, with dreams and hopes that need money to achieve.
Scripbox plans to reach 1,000 cities
Scripbox, an online investment platform started in Bengaluru in 2012, wants to expand its presence by reaching out to at least 1,000 cities in the future.
The nuts and bolts of Robo Advisory
A robo-advisor is essentially an online financial advisory firm that uses automation and algorithms to offer investment advice. It not only helps you choose the right investment but also provides the platform to complete the transaction and monitor the portfolio on an ongoing basis. Through the use of online tools these new breed of advisors also promise to lower costs.
Cracking the MF code
Through its algorithmic selection process, Scripbox has made investing in mutual funds a whole lot simpler for customers. While its current AUM is close to Rs. 140 crore, it aims to double this number over the next six to nine months
When investing in mutual funds, here's what you should know
Volatility and uncertainty are part and parcel of equity investing.
Five fintech firms for DIY investors
The Bengaluru-based startup provides an algorithmic decision based on quantitative data about which mutual funds to buy. During the recommendation process, it filters decision-making by limiting choice without any human intervention.