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Liquidity Ratio: The Water of Accounting Ratios

Liquidity Ratio: The Water of Accounting Ratios

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blog.finology.in - Liquidity ratio is one of the most important factors to be kept in mind before investing in a company. It is a crucial accounting instrument that is used to infer the current debt repaying capacity or proficiency of a borrower. In ...

6 Best Term Insurance Policies

6 Best Term Insurance Policies

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blog.finology.in - Securing your family's future is the best gift for your loved ones in your absence. For this gift, you need a term insurance plan that offers a variety of insurance plans that can be friendly to your pocket and offer ...

What is Sunk Cost Fallacy? And How can it Affect your Decisions?

What is Sunk Cost Fallacy? And How can it Affect your Decisions?

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blog.finology.in - Sunk costs are those permanent costs that have been incurred and cannot be recovered. Here, the expenses can be of your money, time, or some other asset. For instance, the tution fees of your college is a sunk cost, as ...

Taxation of Mutual Funds and their Effect on Returns

Taxation of Mutual Funds and their Effect on Returns

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blog.finology.in - When investors sell their assets at a profit, the total profit earned is called a capital gain. Taxation of mutual funds depends on various mutual fund schemes. Read the article on mutual Fund Taxation. Mutual funds impose taxes on capital ...

What happens if a Fund House or AMC get closed?

What happens if a Fund House or AMC get closed?

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blog.finology.in - Are you the one who invests in mutual funds regularly? Did you ever think that what you will do if AMC or the 3rd party platform shuts down? Please read the article to know more about it.When a mutual fund ...

Muhurat Trading: Key things to know

Muhurat Trading: Key things to know

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blog.finology.in - traders of India have their own way of celebrating the festival of lights and good fortune. And this tradition of the Indian traders is called muhurat or muhurat Trading. A lot of investors, both existing and new, are planning ...

Parliamentary System vs. Presidential System

Parliamentary System vs. Presidential System

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blog.finology.in - Parliamentary systems generally give distinguishment between the head of government as well as head of state with the head of government being the PM, Prime Minister and the head of state often being a President (elected either popularly or by ...

All about Dividend Fund, Growth Fund and dividend reinvestment

All about Dividend Fund, Growth Fund and dividend reinvestment

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blog.finology.in - These options offer various schemes according to the investors’ preferences; for example, some investors wish to invest for a long time but need a regular cash flow while some wish to stay invested and want to grow their shares’ value ...

The New Flexi Cap Category in Mutual Funds by SEBI

The New Flexi Cap Category in Mutual Funds by SEBI

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blog.finology.in - A Flexi-cap fund is a kind of mutual fund that isn't limited to investing in organizations with a predetermined market capitalization. This sort of fund structure will be demonstrated in the fund's prospectus. A Flexi-cap fund can give the fund ...

What are Hybrid Funds and types of Hybrid Mutual Fund

What are Hybrid Funds and types of Hybrid Mutual Fund

Submitted by • November 6, 2020

blog.finology.in - Hybrid funds are the combination of equity funds and debt funds to attain the financial goals of the investors. Diversification in the fund schemes reduces the risks and offers the optimal return and interest rates to the investors. But every investor ...