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What are smallcase investments? - A Ten-minute Guide

  There are many ways to invest in the stock market. Either you can contact a broker to buy individual shares or you can invest directly in an equity fund. However, like everything else, the investment market is changing every day. The smallcase technology is a modern way of investing in stocks. The brokerage services are now presenting the investors with an option to buy an entire stock portfolio. These portfolios are built around a theme, and it can benefit you largely. This facility is presented by a platform that has been developed by a Bengaluru-based company, named Smallcase Technologies.  This...
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Beginner's Guide to Mutual Fund Investments

Mutual funds are investments which pool savings from a number of investors under a particular scheme managed by an asset management company (AMC). The pooled money from Mutual Funds is then invested in securities like equity shares, bonds according to the scheme. The fund manager manages the investment portfolio as per the market situations in order to create wealth for investors. The company charges an annual fee called expense ratio from the investors to manage their portfolio. The Mutual Fund investors usually make money by way of regular dividends/interest and capital appreciation. The investor can even decide whether to reinvest the...
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Dematerialization of Shares in India with Demat Account

Dematerialization is the procedure wherein the physical share certificates are converted to a digital form. To hold investments in an electronic mode, you need to open a dematerialization account with a Depository Participant (DP). The primary objective of digitalization is to enable you to hold your investments in a digital form. It is more convenient and secure because there is no risk of damage or loss that is associated with the physical holdings. Features of a dematerialization account You may open a demat account with a DP either in a single name or as a joint account. However, this account can...
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Mistakes to Avoid while Trading in Equity

Trading in equity is one of the most common investment practices. Yet, when it comes to the stock market, many investors are still iffy as it can sometimes be volatile and too critical for the investors who are just starting out. However, there are a few general rules that you can follow to make investing in equity market safer. Here are a few mistakes you should avoid when dealing with stocks.   Don’t worry about timing the market   The equity market falls down or up depending on many external matters. If you are new at it then it might not...
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Top Myths about ULIPs

Buying insurance or investing your hard-earned money can sometimes be a daunting task. Hence, checking the fine print and ensuring that the policy doesn’t have any hidden agendas should be your top priority before you invest. Some of the policies in the market seem too good to be true. The fact is that each policy comes with its pros and cons, and you definitely need a good advisor like Finserv Markets to tell you what best fits and suits your needs. To give you a brief idea, you could opt for an all-out investment scheme that gives you fixed returns, an...
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Role of a Demat Account in Buying and Selling of Shares

Traditionally, investors used to hold physical certificates of shares. However, physical share certificates carried numerous risks such as loss, theft, and bad delivery, among others. With the advancement of technology, transactions are now done through a dematerialization account. About dematerialization account According to the guidelines of Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), the regulator for the securities market in India, investors can no longer transact shares in the physical form at the BSE and NSE exchanges. This, therefore, indicates that a dematerialization account is mandatory for the purchase and sale of shares. A Dematerialization account, also known as a demat...
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All about Equity SIPs

The main purpose of the investment is to earn good returns and create wealth over a period. With numerous investment vehicles available in the market, it often becomes difficult to make the right choice. One of the most common and popular avenue for investment in Indian markets is a Systematic Investment Plan (SIP). You may buy shares in a similar manner by using a service known as equity systematic plan. Through such a vehicle, you may buy gold exchange-traded funds, index exchange-traded funds, and shares through a regular interval of time. Based on your choice, you may opt to invest at...
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