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November 30, 2006
All about Lotus India Tax Plan
In terms of fund management, this is the first Indian venture of its kind for Temasek.

Fixed deposits? 3 great options
Fixed deposits have conventionally been popular investment avenues among risk-averse investors

November 28, 2006
All about HSBC Tax Saver Equity Fund
It is a diversified equity fund, which offers investors an opportunity for saving tax by providing Section 80C benefits.

November 27, 2006
Check out these 5 NFOs
New fund offers, which seemed to have slipped into oblivion have staged a comeback of sorts

5 money risks you must protect NOW
Protect yourself from these risks right away. The cost will not add-up to more than what you annually spend on weekend dinners/movies but then if uninsured, the loss can be financially devastating.

How to earn high returns in the stock market
Invest in equities if your financial goals are more than 7/9 years away.

November 24, 2006
Have too much property in your portfolio? Beware
Any financial planner will vouch for the importance of diversification while building a portfolio.

November 23, 2006
How good is Reliance Long Term Equity Fund
RLTEF has a relatively straightforward portfolio strategy.

November 21, 2006
Accident insurance? Here are some tips
An accident is often a double-whammy - the physical pain is aggravated as you have to spend on treatment at a time when your income too is hit. A cover takes the financial sting out.

November 20, 2006
Index funds: Not too hot with investors yet
In India, index funds are found wanting in both aspects -- long-term performance and cost efficiencies.

November 17, 2006
NRIs: Buying a home in India made easy
Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) are one of the key contributors to the growth of the real estate industry and considering the immense potential in India, they are likely to step-up the investment in future.

November 15, 2006
Index funds: Short-term wonders!
For risk-taking investors, actively managed funds should occupy a larger share of the portfolio. Index funds can also occupy a smaller share, mainly from a diversification perspective.

November 14, 2006
Best mutual funds for your child
Depending upon when you begin investing for your child, here are some model portfolios.

10 ways to make your child 'money smart'
Good financial habits need to be inculcated from childhood.

November 13, 2006
Market highs evoke investor queries
For risk-averse investors, it's an opportunity to participate in a market-linked investment avenue while keeping the capital protected.

Buying gold from your bank? Beware!
The bank, which pushed you into buying standard gold at a premium, will not buy the gold back from you!

How to select the right diversified equity fund
It's essential for investors to have a set of objective parameters based on which the performance of mutual fund schemes can be evaluated. Read on. . .

Tips to how to make safe investments
The biggest risk in life is taking one but believing you have not taken any.

November 11, 2006
How to select a diversified equity fund
When it comes to making investments in mutual funds, it all boils down to which fund to invest in.

November 09, 2006
You can invest $50,000 abroad, but. . .
Resident individuals are now free to invest $50,000 outside India. However, banks are hesitant to offer such products.

November 08, 2006
Got a new mutual fund in your portfolio?
What makes the idea of investing in a new fund tick and does it make sense to do so? Let's find out.

November 06, 2006
Realty rates may not fall soon
As per a real estate report by India Infoline, with demand remaining high over the next few years, supply is not yet keeping pace and prices are unlikely to cool down anytime soon.

Find the information gap and profit from it
The gap between stand-alone Indian figures and global figures can be the difference between sell and buy.

November 03, 2006
Stocks and sectors that look great
The markets are lackluster today due to lack of buying interest. At this juncture, which stocks and sectors do experts feel one should invest in?

Franklin Templeton Capital Safety Fund: Should you buy?
FTCSF would prove to be a good investment for the risk averse investor who doesn't mind compromising on his returns for the additional implied safety.

November 02, 2006
Investing? Should you ignore exchange rates?
If you are contemplating investing in India, it would be advisable to factor in a 3% annual depreciation of the value of the Rupee vis--vis the US Dollar.

How to make the most of equity funds
You need to learn to say no to products you don't really want or need.

November 01, 2006
Golden tips on buying gold
From investment point of view, one should invest in bars, coins and not jewellery. You may not get a good price for jewellery because of making and processing charges involved in it.

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