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Which is better, a liquid fund or a savings account?
Mon, Dec 18, 2017
The liquid fund is a type of Debt Mutual fund. It invests in instruments like treasury bills, certificate of deposits, commercial papers, government securities, inter-bank call money and term deposits. The maturity tenure of Liquid Funds is less than a quarter.
Goldman Sachs picks four Indian companies for its Asia Stock Collection; look how they performed in one year
Wed, Jun 21, 2017
"Asia is the home of Active. From Alibaba to Yili, Alps to Maruti, we go back to first principles on our differentiated, liquid and idiosyncratic stock ideas in Asia", Goldman Sachs said in Asia Stock Collection report.
Modi at 3: Top 10 stocks that gave 300% returns since May 2014
Fri, May 19, 2017
Call it as "Modi impact" or "optimistic investors" behaviour, but the markets have come a long way since May 2014.
Markets at all-time high but its the small-caps that are booming
Fri, May 05, 2017
In April 2014, BSE SmallCap was trading at 7,281.07 and currently stands doubled, at 15,355.24, giving returns of 111% in just three years.
IPOs continue their winning streak in 2017
Thu, Apr 27, 2017
Avenue Supermart, with its listing on March 21, has crossed Rs 800-level giving returns of 167% to its investors.
With Nifty touching 9,300-mark, 10 stocks that gave over 100% return in 2017
Tue, Apr 25, 2017
If we look at the data, from January 2, 2017 to till date, NSE Nifty has given return of nearly 14%.
5 IPOs that gave over 100% return in 2016
Sat, Dec 31, 2016
2016 has been a good year for companies wanting to list on stock markets to raise money. With over 80 initial public offerings (IPOs) hitting the Indian markets, over Rs 26,000 crore was raised this year.
Penny stocks: High risk with high returns
Wed, Aug 31, 2016
Actually putting money or investing in 'penny stocks' is actually not a bad idea, especially when you have a high "tolerance of risk".