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SBI Savings Account

State Bank of India (SBI) offers different savings accounts for different types of investor needs. All the accounts have interest rates starting from 2.7%. The bank allows investors to nominate beneficiaries, and also issues ATM cards against their savings account....

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Safest Investments in India

“The first rule is not to lose. The second rule is not to forget the first rule.” Warren Buffett.  None of us likes to lose our money and therefore are always looking for safe investment options that give high returns....

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When you join a company, your salary may not be the only compensation you receive. You will also receive some perks, vacation days, and possibly some company shares. Your salary may include some type of equity, most likely stock options...

REIT vs Physical Real Estate

Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) is a new asset class in recent years in the Indian market that gives investors a chance to get exposure to real estate. They can invest in REITs without incurring the substantial cash flows required...

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Difference Between REIT and InVIT

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and Infrastructure Investment Trusts (InVITs) were launched in India in 2014. Since these instruments are relatively new to the Indian investing environment, there is much doubt about their effectiveness and benefits. Furthermore, the Securities and...

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Redemption of Debentures

What is Redemption of Debentures? Redemption of debentures refers to the re-payment of debt that the company raised in the form of debentures. The company issues debentures which have fixed maturity date. At the time of maturity, the company repays...

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Redeemable Debentures

What is a Redeemable Debenture? A debenture is a debt instrument that a company uses to raise capital by borrowing money from the public. A redeemable debenture issue is a legal certificate that mentions the investor's investment amount, interest payment,...

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Quick Ratio

What is Quick Ratio? The quick ratio measures a company's ability to pay off short term obligations with liquid assets. In other words, the quick ratio is an accounting ratio that measures a company's liquidity. It is also known as...