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Kushal replied | 22 Jun

1.Equity
2. Debt (bonds, T-Bills etc)
3. Derivatives ( Futures and options)
4. Mutual fund ( dirtetc and Regular)
5. Clips
6. Currency
7. Commodities ( MCX AND NCLEX)

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Pulak replied | 08 Oct

1. Equity
2. Debt
3. Derivatives
4. Futures
5. Mutual Funds
6. Ulips
7. Currency derivatives
8. Options

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Pranav 23 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

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Nagabhushan replied | 15 May

Debt markets help the governments to fulfill the long and short term needs and also development activities.Further,it leads to inflow of funds into the economy. It does encourage a lot of low risk investments and also less risky than equity markets

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Sadiqulla replied | 15 May

The key role of the debt markets in the Indian economy stems from the following reasons:


Efficient mobilisation and allocation of resources in the economy

Financing the development activities of the Government

Transmitting signals for implementation of the monetary policy

Facilitating liquidity management in tune with overall short...  more»
The key role of the debt markets in the Indian economy stems from the following reasons:


Efficient mobilisation and allocation of resources in the economy

Financing the development activities of the Government

Transmitting signals for implementation of the monetary policy

Facilitating liquidity management in tune with overall short term and long term objectives.
Since the Government securities are issued to meet the short term and long term financial needs of the government, they are not only used as instruments for raising debt, but have emerged as key instruments for internal debt management, monetary management and short term liquidity management.

The returns earned on the government securities are normally taken as the benchmark rates of returns and are referred to as the risk free return in financial theory. The Risk Free rate obtained from the G-sec rates are often used to price the other non-govt. securities in the financial markets. «less

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Rakesh 23 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

What are the benefits of an efficient debt market to the financial system and the economy?

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S.s. replied | 25 Jun

Apply for Security documents such as FCCI Bonds, GDR with Foreign investment and few Mutual funds

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Equity Commodity replied | 25 Jun

Efficient debt market helps to have a strong economy with required money flow into the system. When the debt market is efficient and have enough depth, it will attract more FDI.

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Nagarunja 23 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

What are the different types of risks with regard to debt securities?

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Jaideep replied | 15 Jun

There are essentially 4 risks related to debt securities. Credit risk is related with the possibility of not getting the interest payment on the scheduled date or refund of the principal on maturity. Interest rate is the risk that arise due to the levels of market rates of interest compared with the interest paid for the debt security. Liquidity risk is the risk related to the possibility...  more»
There are essentially 4 risks related to debt securities. Credit risk is related with the possibility of not getting the interest payment on the scheduled date or refund of the principal on maturity. Interest rate is the risk that arise due to the levels of market rates of interest compared with the interest paid for the debt security. Liquidity risk is the risk related to the possibility of not being able to sell the debt security, this can arise from credit risk as well. Reinvestment risk arises from the possibility that when a debt security matures, its reinvestment may be at a lower rate of interest than what the investor is currently receiving. «less

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Gold Rock Internationals Pvt Ltd replied | 01 Jul

There are various risk like Credit risk, Interest rate risk, Liquidity risk and Reinvestment risk

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Ritu 22 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

What are the advantages of investing in government securities (g-secs)?

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Ramesh replied | 27 Apr

The sovereign debt or government securities, also known as G-Sec (in India) are the safest financial instruments for investments available. Since the chances of the Indian government defaulting on the loan or interest payment are extremely low (there is always a possibility though like in many other countries in the past), the G-Secs are better than even bank deposits and hence...  more»
The sovereign debt or government securities, also known as G-Sec (in India) are the safest financial instruments for investments available. Since the chances of the Indian government defaulting on the loan or interest payment are extremely low (there is always a possibility though like in many other countries in the past), the G-Secs are better than even bank deposits and hence the return on them are the lowest. It is a trade off for having the security of the principal. Remember bank deposit are NOTHING but lending your money to the bank and you are only entitled to just INR1 Lakh in case of your bank going bust. Due to the government backing, the G-Secs also enjoy higher collateral value for loans etc. And, finally, they are the most liquid form of investments. «less

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Abhishek replied | 03 Jul

g-secs or guilt funds are promising returns of 3 % per month. so far it is because of bonds rate but no assure will be given for further returns

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Datta 22 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

Who can issue fixed income securities?

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Ramesh replied | 05 Jun

Fixed income securities can be issued by the government, institutions, and corporations.

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Mohan Siva Subrahmanyam replied | 01 Jul

A fixed-income security is a debt instrument issued by a government, corporation or other entity to finance and expand their operations. Fixed-income securities provide investors a return in the form of fixed periodic payments and eventual return of principal at maturity.

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Sreedevi 21 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

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Masum Choudhury replied | 25 Jun

Debt market refers to the market where debt Instruments are traded.Debt instruments are debt securities where investor buy and sell mostly in the form of Bonds.Debt instruments are assets that require a fixed payment to the holder, usually with interest e.g Govt Bonds,Corporate Bonds.Goverment Securities,Certificate of Deposit and commercial papers issued by Corporates.

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Equity Commodity replied | 25 Jun

When a company, institution or government borrow money, issue a instrument in the form of bond or GS. These instruments can be traded, similar to the stocks. This market is called debt market.

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Pradeep 21 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

Why should one invest in fixed income securities?

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Krishan replied | 25 May

It is advisable to invest atleast some portion of your income depending upon your risk appetitate in fixed income securities as it gives safe and consistant returns and help you to counter inflation aswell. The various means where one can invest and get fixed and almost assured returns are FDs, T-Bills, Gilt Bonds, Mutual Funds, Corporate Bonds etc.

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Mohan Siva Subrahmanyam replied | 01 Jul

Fixed income securities are commonly used to diversify an investor's portfolio, as they reduce the overall risk of an asset allocation or investment strategy weighted heavily in the stock market.

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Hariprasad 21 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

What is the money market?

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John replied | 22 Apr

A money market is a segment of the financial market in which financial instruments with high liquidity and very short maturities are traded. The money market is used by participants as a means for borrowing and lending in the short term, from several days to just under a year. Money market securities consist of negotiable certificates of deposit (CDs), bankers acceptances, U.S....  more»
A money market is a segment of the financial market in which financial instruments with high liquidity and very short maturities are traded. The money market is used by participants as a means for borrowing and lending in the short term, from several days to just under a year. Money market securities consist of negotiable certificates of deposit (CDs), bankers acceptances, U.S. Treasury bills, commercial paper, municipal notes, federal funds and repurchase agreements (repos). «less

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Ramesh replied | 27 Apr

Money Market is a network of banks, discount houses, institutional investors, and money dealers, who borrow and lend among themselves for short term (typically 90 days). The Money Market products include highly liquid financial instruments with maturity less than 90 days to one year e.g. Bankers' Acceptance, Certificates of Deposit and Commercial Paper, and sovereign debt (government...  more»
Money Market is a network of banks, discount houses, institutional investors, and money dealers, who borrow and lend among themselves for short term (typically 90 days). The Money Market products include highly liquid financial instruments with maturity less than 90 days to one year e.g. Bankers' Acceptance, Certificates of Deposit and Commercial Paper, and sovereign debt (government securities) with maturity less than three years e.g. treasury bills, foreign exchange etc. Money Market Funds are popular among retail, institutional and pension funds world over and are one of the safest segments to park idle cash. «less

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Siddhant 20 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

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Kushal replied | 23 Jun

a derivative is a mutual agreement between two parties whose value is derived from underlying asset
these asset values can be determined by future dates and hence called as future,
how ever if you buy only an option of particular future, it is termed as option

derivative helps you hedge trades and minimise losses and maximise gains

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Amit Trivedi replied | 07 Sep

A derivative is an instrument or agreement between two parties. A derivative is one which does not have its own intrinsic value. It takes its value from other asset like stock, index, commodity, currency etc and represents a future value of that particular asset. There are two kinds of derivatives traded on the floor of stock exchanges, futures and options, both have its own pros...  more»
A derivative is an instrument or agreement between two parties. A derivative is one which does not have its own intrinsic value. It takes its value from other asset like stock, index, commodity, currency etc and represents a future value of that particular asset. There are two kinds of derivatives traded on the floor of stock exchanges, futures and options, both have its own pros and cons.
Like a trader, who trades in agri crops, may contact a farmer and agree to take all of his crops after certain months when ready at a fixed price. This way he has hedged his position to the future fluctuations of market in future and the farmer, has hedged his position against any unsold crops in the market if any. Both of them agree to buy or sell the crops which to be reaped in the future at a certain fixed price. «less

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Pradeep 20 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

What are insurance stocks?

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Sandeep replied | 30 May

Max India, Reliance Capital, Aditya Birla Nuvo and Bajaj Finserv ..ETC...

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Sandeep replied | 30 May

Max India, Reliance Capital, Aditya Birla Nuvo and Bajaj Finserv

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Pranav 20 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

How can the investors redress their complaints?

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Masum Choudhury replied | 25 Jun

Investors can lodge their complaints with SEBI website.You can also directly call the toll free no for any complaints.Follow the link for for registering online complaints.

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Sushil replied | 10 Jul

Investors can complaint to SEBI, via telephone line or visit http://www.score.sebi.gov.in for any problem.

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Aneesh 20 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

If mutual fund scheme is wound up, what happens to money invested?

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Tipstotrade replied | 27 Apr

As per SEBI guidelines, the investors are eligible to receive money from the final AUM left with the mutual fund

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Masum Choudhury replied | 25 Jun

Mutual Funds are the safest investment option in the stock market. As per SEBI regulations,in case of winding up of a scheme, the mutual funds pay a sum based on prevailing NAV after adjustment of expenses. Unit holders are entitled to receive a report on winding up from the mutual funds which gives all necessary details.

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Sreeja 19 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

What is the difference between swing trading and day trading?

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Rajesh replied | 30 Jun

One main difference between day trading and swing trading is the influence of the news and trends on the price.

Price changes within day trading will mostly have continuity and price jumps will be minimal. For example 101.50, 101.55, 101.60, 101.75, 101.85.

Whereas in swing trading where the position is holded for a few days, the price opening in the next trading...  more»
One main difference between day trading and swing trading is the influence of the news and trends on the price.

Price changes within day trading will mostly have continuity and price jumps will be minimal. For example 101.50, 101.55, 101.60, 101.75, 101.85.

Whereas in swing trading where the position is holded for a few days, the price opening in the next trading day can have a huge jump. For example assume that price closes at 110 in yesterday's trading session. Today morning the price may open with a huge jump from yesterday's closing price, say 130.

In other words intraday trading is more safer than swing trading. «less

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Amit Trivedi replied | 16 Sep

Day Trading is when a trader enters and covers a trade on the same day. Day trading is for traders who want to take advantage of price fluctuations in the market with in a day without holding any stocks or commodity overnight or for a few days. In day trading traders seek to take small profits or losses each day with in the day.
While Swing trading is when a trader holds a...  more»
Day Trading is when a trader enters and covers a trade on the same day. Day trading is for traders who want to take advantage of price fluctuations in the market with in a day without holding any stocks or commodity overnight or for a few days. In day trading traders seek to take small profits or losses each day with in the day.
While Swing trading is when a trader holds a stock or commodity or future for a few days to take the advantage of the underlying trend up or down. In swing trading a stock,future or option position is held for a few days to take the maximum advantage of a rally. «less

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Vijayaadithya 19 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

Why invest in the stock market?

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Raju replied | 21 Apr

To beat the inflation ..... First of all, if one cant do his own business understand the other (existing listed) business / company / organization can invest in different businesses and prudent knowledgeable investment could help to gain excess returns more than bank deposits ..... Risk is same as other businesses .... So attaining knowledge is important before doing any business .....

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Ramesh replied | 21 Apr

The prime purpose of investing in stock market world over is Wealth Creation because on one ever got rich by putting money in the bank. If you invest for medium to long term in the shares of companies having good governance, strong balance sheet, competitive advantage and decent growth, you can enjoy superior returns than traditional products such as fixed deposit etc. To learn...  more»
The prime purpose of investing in stock market world over is Wealth Creation because on one ever got rich by putting money in the bank. If you invest for medium to long term in the shares of companies having good governance, strong balance sheet, competitive advantage and decent growth, you can enjoy superior returns than traditional products such as fixed deposit etc. To learn more, feel free to contact me. «less

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Pradeep 19 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

What is stock market technical analysis?

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Pulak replied | 02 May

Technical analysis is a depth knowledge about reading charts and understanding different technical indicators and oscillators, It's all about analysing the market movements by reading charts and patterns.

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Amit Trivedi replied | 16 Sep

Technical Analysis is study of stocks market or any markets in pictorial manner using technical charts. A technical chart contains bars or candles depicting price fluctuations in a stock during the day or the frequency of the bar like minutes charts or hourly chart etc. one bar contains open price, closing price and highest and lowest price of a stock during the day that means during...  more»
Technical Analysis is study of stocks market or any markets in pictorial manner using technical charts. A technical chart contains bars or candles depicting price fluctuations in a stock during the day or the frequency of the bar like minutes charts or hourly chart etc. one bar contains open price, closing price and highest and lowest price of a stock during the day that means during a day all the shares of a stock are traded with in the range of high and low prices.
Charles Dow is considered as the father of the modern technical analysis who first started to use these charts and started publishing these charts and their effects in the market in his newspaper. Based on the prices fluctuations and volumes traded in the market, several great traders of their times have developed different studies to predict the future of the market and what is about to happen in the market in the near future.
Over the period of time with the development of technology and computers, their studies now known as indicators have been embedded into different computer software and now traders use them with different combinations for their trading.
If you are interested to learn technical analysis, please call me or PM me. Fee will be Rs.15,000 for 10-12 hours course in one week. «less

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Lokayya 19 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

Is the stocks market good for retirement investing?

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Pulak replied | 02 May

It's good to make a long term portfolio by investing in equity market and that can turn out to be a good retirement investment if the portfolio will be regularly managed with proper risk reward strategy.

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Gold Rock Internationals Pvt Ltd replied | 06 Jul

Investing in Stock market after retirement is not advisable as the requirement is for a stable and fixed income. You can only only invest the surplus funds available but only in blue chip stocks to earn good returns.

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Harsha 19 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

What are penny stocks?

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Gold Rock Internationals Pvt Ltd replied | 01 Jun

Any company's shares are traded below Rs 40 in India whether it is BSE or NSE is considered as penny stock. In other countries a stock which is less traded than $5 is known as Penny stocks.

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Sushil replied | 02 Jun

Penny Stock are the stock which are below their face value.

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Brahma 18 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

How much should one invest in debt or equity oriented schemes?

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Ramesh replied | 05 Jun

It depends upon investor's age, financial status, risk profile and macro-economic factors. Please contact me for detailed information.

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Pulak And Vinay replied | 14 Jul

Ideally if age is on your side and you don't have immediate cash requirements then equity exposure should be as high as possible.the only condition being that you should be prepared to ride through the volatility in equities over a minimum period of 5 years. If the requirement is to receive a steady regular income with rate of return marginally higher than government yields then...  more»
Ideally if age is on your side and you don't have immediate cash requirements then equity exposure should be as high as possible.the only condition being that you should be prepared to ride through the volatility in equities over a minimum period of 5 years. If the requirement is to receive a steady regular income with rate of return marginally higher than government yields then go for debt exposure «less

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Tahir 18 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

Can non-resident Indians (NRIs) invest in mutual funds?

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Ramesh replied | 05 Jun

Yes, feel free to contact me if you are interested.

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Masum Choudhury replied | 25 Jun

yes.Non Residents Indians and Persons of Indian Origin can invest in mutual fund schemes in India with an NRE Bank Account.

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Manjulasuresh 18 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

How to fill up the application form of a mutual fund scheme?

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Imran Syed replied | 11 Jun

Just contact your brokerage firm and they will take care of filling the application. All you have to do is sign in at the mandatory fields.

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Masum Choudhury replied | 25 Jun

Nowadays you buy online Mutual Funds and also start a SIP.You just need to open a Demat account with any broker who provide this facility.You must careful while you choosing a mutual fund scheme as there are many types of funds available in the market.

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Shishir 18 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

What should an investor look into an offer document?

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Sushil replied | 04 Jun

Investor must see grading, lot size, Floor price as well as cap price and business information of issuer.

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Ramesh replied | 05 Jun

An offer document must declare the name, subsidiary of the issuer, type of instrument (equity, debt etc), size of the issue, terms of the issue, purpose of the offering, relevant time lines, registration with the concerned regulatory body and details of the key personnel.

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Tania 18 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

What are common stocks?

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Hanamant replied | 14 May

Maruthi, Lupin, Vedantha, Just Dial, Hindalco, JSW Steel, TaTa Motors etc are few stocks where you will get maximum Opportunity to Trade Daily.

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Ramesh replied | 05 Jun

When a company raises capital from investors, be it debt or equity, it's first line of liability in an unfortunate case of bankruptcy is the debt (bond holders), followed by the tax to the government, then the preferred stock holders and finally the common stock holders. So, the common stock carries the maximum inherent risk, but also offers the maximum return potential as it commands...  more»
When a company raises capital from investors, be it debt or equity, it's first line of liability in an unfortunate case of bankruptcy is the debt (bond holders), followed by the tax to the government, then the preferred stock holders and finally the common stock holders. So, the common stock carries the maximum inherent risk, but also offers the maximum return potential as it commands highest premium in the market, when the company does well. «less

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Veerendra 17 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

What is a sales or repurchase/redemption price?

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Mohan Siva Subrahmanyam replied | 01 Jul

The price or NAV a unit holder is charged while investing in an open-ended scheme is called sales price. It may include sales load, if applicable. Repurchase or redemption price is the price or NAV at which an open-ended scheme purchases or redeems its units from the unit holders. It may include exit load, if applicable

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Sushil replied | 01 Jul

When a customer want to withdraw his money from fund then he put a bid / request to sell the assets / unit called redemption price.

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Asif 17 Apr in  Stock Market Investment classes

What is an assured return scheme?

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Sushil replied | 10 Jun

Assured return scheme are DEBT scheme of Mutual Fund. Mutual fund manager invest 65 % of the scheme assets in debt securities. For a conservative investor these are good but for long term Equity oriented scheme are best.

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John replied | 04 Jul

In Mutual Funds, Assured Return Schemes are those schemes that assure a specific return to the unit holders irrespective of performance of the scheme. A scheme cannot promise returns unless such returns are fully guaranteed by the sponsor or AMC and this is required to be disclosed in the offer document.

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