The scheme will mimic the Nifty Alpha Low Volatility 30 index. This benchmark has 30 stocks picked from the Nifty 100 and Nifty Midcap 50 indices using two parameters – alpha and low volatility with equal weight. Stocks with high Jensen’s Alpha (returns over what markets/indices deliver) are selected. The Nifty150 TRI is the benchmark for determining excess returns. Stocks with low standard deviation (measure of volatility) are selected using a rule-driven process. Exposure to individual stocks is capped at 5 per cent. The index is rebalanced twice a year. Stock inclusions and exclusions to the index are rule-based. … [Read more...] about ICICI Pru Alpha Low Vol 30 ETF NFO: Should you invest?
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A lot has been leaked and speculated about the new Samsung Galaxy devices, especially the Galaxy Note 20 series flagships, before the big tech event tonight. In case you have not been able to keep a track of all these leaks, here is everything you need to know about the Galaxy Note 20 series before the launch event begins. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2020 | Here is everything you need to know about the Galaxy Note 20 series
Samsung is tipped to launch the Galaxy Note 20 series on August 5. Less than a month before the Samsung Unpacked 2020 event, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has been spotted in the open. Hands-on images on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra have been leaked and confirmed by reliable tipsters. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra hands-on images leak before rumoured August 5 Unpacked event
Redmi 9 Prime has been launched in India. The budget smartphone from Xiaomi is priced at Rs 9,999 and comes with features like a quad-camera setup, a massive battery, etc. Redmi 9 Prime goes on sale starting August 6 during the Amazon Prime Day sale. … [Read more...] about Redmi 9 Prime launched in India with quad-camera setup, 5,020 mAh battery: Check price, specifications, features
If they are successful, they may face pushback from organizations like the Non GMO Project, which believes that altering the genetic makeup of organisms may have unintended consequences that are not immediately apparent. In the cotton industry specifically, pesticide company Monsanto has genetically modified cotton seeds to repel pests, but the company has historically charged so much for it that it has cut into the margins of poor farmers in India and Africa. If colored cotton seeds become the norm, it stands to reason that they could add costs to farmers who are already living hand to mouth. … [Read more...] about Scientists are growing psychedelic cotton in the lab