Types Of Bonds

Literally, the word bond means a connection that fastens things togetherbased on kinship, marriage, or common interest. Financially, it is a certificate of debt (usually interest-bearing or discounted) that is issued by a government or corporation to raise money to finance projects and operations. Simplistically, by issuing bonds, governments, or corporate take loan from investors … Read more

RBI Retail Direct Scheme

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the RBI Retail Direct Scheme on 12 Nov 2021 to bring the Government securities (G-sec) within easy reach of the average person and retail investors by simplifying the process of investment. This will significantly develop G-sec market and facilitate smooth completion of the government borrowing programme 2021-22. Under the Scheme, … Read more

Why should retirement planning be a priority for every Indian?

  The fact that Indians shy away from discussing retirement plans has a lot to do with our lack of financial literacy. Most of us have spent decades working and fantasizing about the day when we won’t have to go to work. We dream about a happy retirement, imagining ourselves taking a break from all … Read more

How to invest in mutual funds

Investing in Mutual Funds is quite an easy and simple process now these days as various options are available to complete the process. If any investor wants to invest in mutual funds then the investor has to complete the KYC. KYC means Know Your Clients, where the investor has to submit his or her personal … Read more

Best Investment Plans for Regular Monthly Income

Post Office Monthly Income scheme

If you’ve got a substantial disposable sum in your hands, then investing it in schemes that offer regular monthly plans is a great idea. These schemes will provide you the monthly income to cover your monthly expenses in your retirement. This ensures that your idle money starts paying out dividends or profits. Post Office Monthly … Read more

BOND WITH THE FINANCIAL BONDS

When the government, corporate or public sector undertakings want to raise the capital they launch Bonds, which are essentially loan instruments. Ipso facto, these are financial instruments that the issuer (government, corporate, or public sector undertakings) uses to borrow money from the market (retail or institutional investors) by promising to pay them fixed annual/semi-annual interest … Read more

MARKET OUTLOOK

Market Outlook

There is a lot of uncertainty prevalent in the financial markets since the breakout of the COVID-19 pandemic. The NIFTY plunged from its highest of 12,362 on 14 Jan 20 to 7,610 on 23 Mar, a drop of almost 38%. In India, large-scale lockdowns severely hit private consumption and economic growth slowed to 4.2% in … Read more

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