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11 May, 2023

What are Large Cap stocks?

The market capitalisation of a company is the total value of its outstanding shares that are publicly traded. Stocks of companies listed on the exchanges can be classified based on their market capitalisation into three different types, namely, large cap, mid cap, and small cap stocks.
Among these three categories, large cap stocks are in high demand because they generate stable returns...


25 April,2023

What is an ETF?

The Indian financial market offers investors and traders a wide range of assets, securities and funds. Among these options are exchange-traded funds or ETFs…


25 April,2023

10 Myths about Mutual Funds

Mutual funds are widely regarded as one of the best stock market investment options. However, many investors may be apprehensive about investing in them…


13 January,2023

What is SIP & it’s benefits

Retail investors often shy away from the world of investing because they believe that you need a lot of money to start investing in the stock market…


13 January,2023

How Does an SIP Work

With inflation on the rise, the cost of living is reaching unprecedented levels. Therefore, it is pivotal to invest your money in instruments…


14 November,2022

Difference Between Large Cap and Small Cap Funds

While part of the same universe, large cap and small cap funds cater to different audiences. So, as lucrative as small cap funds…


09 November,2022

What is Large Cap Fund

Capital markets have long been considered an excellent avenue for creating wealth. And one of the most popular investment instruments is equity shares. Investors can buy equity stocks…


02 November,2022

Types of Mutual Funds

The Indian mutual fund industry has grown leaps and bounds since 1963 when the first mutual fund, Unit Trust of India, was launched. In the last six decades, the industry…


14 June,2022

What is NAV and How is NAV Calculated

NAV is the acronym for Net Asset Value, and it represents the net value of an entity. In the case of mutual funds, NAV means the market value…