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These three valuation ratios are quite useful to gauge how expensive a stock is |
All investments are not equally important. You need to fulfil the basic investment needs first before moving on to the others. Here's a plan |
Staying within limits on individual stocks could well be the single most important service that equity funds provide to their investors |
Investing in diversified equity funds with a good track record can solve the problem of sectoral diversification |
You must have heard about the Growth and Value styles of investing in equity. But do you know how they differ in terms of risks, returns or other factors? Read on |
Alpha tells you if a fund has produced returns justifying the risks it is taking |
Rolling returns is a better, more analytical way to measure a mutual fund's performance. Read on |
With top-up or step-up facility, you can increase your investment in an ongoing SIP |
We tell you the meaning of 9 basic metrics that you can't do without if you are into stock investing |
The Sharpe Ratio assesses the returns generated by a portfolio against per unit of risk undertaken |
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