Cash flows, or source of cash, as well as the time horizon for both investment as well as to fulfill the financial goal is of utmost importance. Risk appetite will decide the investor’s ability to take the risk and returns associated with the investments … [Read more...] about Investors lose Rs 36 lakh crore since Jan; experts say allocate 35-60% portfolio to equities
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Jain further added that this could be a good opportunity to invest in equities as an asset class for better returns over a longer time frame of more than 5-7 years as other assets could be less risky but rewards are also very meagre to beat the consumer inflation. … [Read more...] about Warren Buffett sitting on over $100-billion cash pile: Should Indian investors also wait?
Since April 1, 2020 the tax on dividends paid by debt funds has been abolished. But the dividends announced by mutual fund schemes are taxable in the hands of investors. Tax is deducted at source at the rate of 10 per cent on dividends, when the dividends exceed Rs 5000 in a financial year. Besides, dividends are also taxable in your hands, as per your income-tax brackets. Even if you have opted for DTP and your debt fund dividends declared get automatically re-invested in the equity fund, you still have to pay tax on dividends declared. TDS on dividend does not absolve you of your their tax liability. … [Read more...] about Dividend transfer plan: An easy way to invest payouts from a debt fund
June quarter report: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala raises stake in 8 firms, cuts exposure in 2 DAILY VOICE: Auto, financials, oil & gas and metals may rebound post-COVID, says Deepak Jasani of HDFC Securities Speculative trading by retail investors may be the reason for wild swings in mid & smallcaps: Umesh Mehta … [Read more...] about Q1 report: Ashish Kacholia raises stake in 4 firms, reduces exposure in 2
Eye Contact: The tech chiefs all set their cameras at eye level and looked straight into them vs. gazing down or up or off to the side. They maintained steady eye contact even under fire. Jeff Bezos was battered with details about deals he claimed not to recall but came across as helpful and confident thanks, in part, to his unwavering gaze into the camera. Gestures: With the exception of Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, all the CEOs set their shots wide enough, so we could see them gesture naturally. Even when gesturing can’t be seen, it moves your body in a way that registers as comfortable and conversational. Dress and Set: They all wore neutral color suits and ties, showing respect for Congress’s formal style. They aimed at a clean, neutral background. Bezos and Pichai nailed it, but Cook, whose company is known for its elegant design, missed the mark with a jumble of sad-looking plants in the background. DON’T: … [Read more...] about What we learned from the Big Tech hearing—about handling tense virtual meetings