News & Updates  
  • AMFI demands SEBI focus on rescue of MF sector
  • Allahabad Bank eyes 21% credit growth
  • Fiat cuts India distribution tie with Tata Motors
  • SBI hikes rates by 75-175 bps in its FCNR and RFC deposits
  • iGATE removes Patni from brand name
  • Coal at cheaper rates to meet power requirements: Govt
  • Aim to improve cash flow from operations: Godrej Properties
  • RBI eases norms to encourage foreign currency flows
  • India rejects USD 1bn Reliance cost recovery plan
  • SSTL files petition in SC; Uninor challenges TRAI recos
  • Finance minister says Inflation to remain around 6.5% - 7.5% in current fiscal
  • Imposition of GAAR provisions extended by one year - from April 2013 to April 2014
  • Amendment to Finance Bill 2012 proposes to shift onus of proving to tax authority instead of tax payer
  • Amended Bill introduces new section 80CCG, wherein deduction frm investment in listed equity shall be allowed to the extent of 50% not exceeding Rs. 25000/-
  • Realty Fund Managers start offering choice of projects to invest in, earlier lacklustre returns is the cause
  • In first two months of the current fiscal, corporate tax collection down by 2.82%
  • India’s oil import bill rises 40% in 2011 – 12
  • Jyoti Labs to merge Henkel India with itself
  • Pledge of securities by promoters at all time high at end of March quarter
  • Corporates raise 33% more in debt from public as compared to equity offerings
Services - Investment Tips

Financial planning, so far only a sophisticated alien term for most investors, will be the key to survival. Everyone in different stages of life will need different prescriptions to stay financially healthy when they retire, besides all stages of life.

  • Need for professional investment advisor will arise.
  • Savings will be driven more by investment and less by tax saving considerations.
  • Relook at insurance as pure risk cover and not as an investment.
  • Life and medical insurances are the places to start with.
  • Consider life expectancy of 85 years and inflation rate of 6 % per annum.
  • Real need in early stages of settled life is to take 75 % equity exposure through diversified mutual funds.
  • Over past 25 years, the Indian equity markets gave a compound annual return of 18 % per annum.
  • It is important to bear in mind that it is not what you earn, but how much you save and how you invest that determines your wealth level.
  • It is better to invest in an existing scheme with a proven performance than put money in an untested scheme.
  • The only use of fund’s NAV is to compare with its own past NAV. Comparing one fund’s NAV to another is meaningless.
  • The rising cost of healthcare makes medical insurance crucial.


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