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|April 30, 2004|
Understand your fact sheet
For the investors, the fact sheet is an important document which informs them where their funds are being invested and how their funds are being managed.
|April 28, 2004|
Get a loan on your home
If you have enough equity in your present home, a 'bridge loan' (which is like a special loan) allows you to avail of a loan so you can make a down payment and buy the new home.
|April 22, 2004|
Time to lock into fixed-rate home loans?
Home owners should keenly look at locking in their home loans at fixed rate of interest, or else they may be caught on the wrong foot when interest rates suddenly move up.
|April 19, 2004|
Secure your child's future, now
Often investors are too preoccupied with the objective of clocking a 'return' and close their eyes to the ultimate objective i.e. saving for retirement, for a house, for the child's education and the like.
|April 14, 2004|
Go global in fixed deposits
Another reason to consider a foreign currency deposit is to diversify the risk of being invested in only one currency (for most of us that is the Indian rupee).
|April 13, 2004|
Relief Bonds: Avoid or own?
The point is that there is a place for the tax-free bond in every portfolio. But, the allocation to the same must be in line with your risk profile and needs.
|April 10, 2004|
This Sebi diktat seems to have been induced not by economic rationality but irrational panic.
|April 05, 2004|
Get a personal loan at home loan rate
Top-up loan, is a facility by which an individual who has an existing home loan gets a chance to borrow additional money from the housing loan company at an interest rate that matches the home loan.
|April 02, 2004|
The greenshoe buoy for public issues
Greenshoe is a provision that enables the underwriting syndicate to purchase additional shares at the original price, which will be used by them in the event of the market price falling below the allotment price.
And now profile-based interest rate
Banks seem to be moving towards varying interest rates based on the risk and repayment pattern of credit card customers.