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Our Mission as a Financial Business Planner is to help our clients achieve their financial goals and realize their dreams for themselves, their families, and their businesses or professions.Our aim is to hedge our investor against any adversaries arising in the investment markets that arise primarily due to any lacunae and providing them best Portfolio Management Services.

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VRSK Wealth Creator August 1 - Investment Advisor in Delhi NCR

Stock exchanges are markets where the participants come together for buying and selling of financial instruments such as shares, debentures, bonds, etc. it is run by set rules and regulations set by appropriate bodies such as SEBI in India. Only the securities of listed companies are traded with stock exchanges. All such stock exchanges shall be recognized by the government and only registered brokers and members are allowed to trade instruments on it.

There are around 9 official Stock Exchanges in India-

Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)
National Stock Exchange of India (NSE)
Calcutta Stock Exchange
India International Exchange (India INX)
Indian Commodity Exchange (ICEX)
Metropolitan Stock Exchange of India Ltd. (MSE)
Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd. (MCX)
National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange Ltd. (NCDEX)
NSE IFSC Ltd. (NSE International Exchange)

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VRSK Wealth Creator July 23 - Mutual Funds Advisor

A mutual fund is one of the most popular modes of investment opt by investors desirous of making good returns on the same. There are generally only 2 ways to invest in a mutual funds scheme- Lump sum investment and Systematic Investment Plan.

Lump-sum investment refers to the investment of a good sum of money once into the scheme. It is suitable for times when you have a free load of cash in hand with you. However, the availability of a comparatively huge sum of money is not very common and this is the reason why many potential investors were unable to make investments.

Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) was brought as a mean of making a systematic and regular investment. This requires the investors to invest a fixed amount of funds at stated intervals, regularly. This has dealt with the inability of huge sums and allows the common man a chance to invest.
The return from the mutual funds depends on the market value of the securities present in the portfolio represented by the Net Asset Value (NAV) of the mutual fund scheme. Hence, the NAV keeps fluctuating on a daily basis, which is more prominent under equity mutual funds.

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VRSK Wealth Creator July 15 - Mutual Funds Advisor

Mutual funds are one of the most popular financial instruments in town. Mutual fund is a collection of funds pooled in by investors and managed by a portfolio manager. Such funds are invested into various schemes in accordance to the earlier set objectives.

While the above information is generally available on all the online sites, the actual working of such funds isn’t told with much clarity and we ought to clear all your doubts on the actual working of mutual funds. So, let’s start.

As mentioned earlier mutual funds are a pool of resources instead of being a single resource which means there are multiple investors who have put money in a fund. Each person who has invested their money into the fund gain ownership over a part of the fund, known as a unit. We can also say that the entire fund is subdivided into multiple parts known as units. So, when a person wants to invest in a fund he has to buy these units.

Such mutual funds are of many types like equity funds, debt funds, hybrid funds, income funds, growth funds, index funds etc. Each fund has its own objectives, risk & reward. Different investment bankers offer different schemes. You may select the one which favors your objectives the most.

When you select the scheme you want to invest into, you have to buy the units. Once you buy the units, the investment bankers allocate the money to that fund. Generally, under the umbrella of a mutual fund there are many companies under it. They are known as sub-holdings.

Let’s understand this more clearly with an example of an equity mutual fund. Normally such mutual funds allocate around 70% of the total corpus in equity, 18% in debt and 12% in other securities. Within such umbrella of securities, there are a large number of companies.

The investment of money into a various types of securities a dividend supported by fixed returns. Also, within such types of securities, example- equity, there are a lot of companies existing in various sectors such as banking, refineries, housing finance and construction, etc. This helps the corpus through the benefit of diversification so that if any of these sectors under performs there is a low impact on the overall value of investment.

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