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Bond mutual funds
What Is a Bond Fund, exactly? A bond fund, sometimes known as a debt fund, is a pooled investment vehicle that typically invests in government, municipal, corporate, and convertible bonds, as well as other debt instruments including mortgage-backed securities (MBS) …
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Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
SEBI stands for Securities and Exchange Board of India. The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is India’s primary securities market regulator. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the United States is SEBI’s counterpart. “To protect the interests …
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ULIP (Unit Linked Insurance Plan)       
What is a ULIP (Unit Linked Insurance Plan) and how does it work? A ULIP is a kind of insurance that combines insurance and investing advantages into one package. ULIPs, or Unit Linked Insurance Plans, provide life insurance, which is …
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When you make a lump sum investment, you put all of the money in at the same time. Investing in mutual funds with a lump sum is a common way to do it. If you put all of your money …
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What Is Inflation? A rise in prices is called inflation. This means that the value of a given currency decreases over time, which is known as inflation. A way to get a sense of how quickly purchasing power is going …
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Loan against mutual fund units
How Mutual Fund Investing Can Assist You in Times of Crisis A financial plan’s first step should be to prepare for crises. Maintaining a specific amount of money in a savings account or liquid fund may assist in weathering adverse …
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