Archive for July 16, 2008
Publication: Business Standard, Mumbai; Section:Fund Fundamentals; Date: July 20, 2008
With the Sensex tottering at 13,000 levels, a whole lot of investors would be wondering if they should exit their mutual funds or stop their monthly systematic investment plans (SIPs). While the latter does not make sense, especially if you are in good equity diversified funds, the former can be contemplated in certain cases.
Generally, getting into a mutual fund is associated with a long-term relationship whereby, there are good times as well as bad times. However, most investors are willing to enjoy the upside, but at the slightest hint of a downside, they start crying foul. Here we address the issue of when you should take the tough call of exiting your mutual fund.
Publication: The Economic Times Mumbai; Date: Jul 16, 2008; Section: Personal Finance; Page: 19
Scan The Market For An Insurance Policy That Provides Pure Risk-Protection Facility
It’s a cool December evening and Arjun Kanetkar, a high-profile insurance salesman, marches into the office of one of his prospective clients Pooja Mistry, a successful entrepreneur in her late thirties. He knows that Pooja’s husband is a high-profile corporate executive and they have two daughters. » Read more..