Since the beginning of 2018 to July, the share price of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) shares remained flat. Very few stocks remained stable in the stormy market and TCS was one among them.During the same period, benchmark indices climbed. Understandably, as an investor, you thought TCS will catch up soon with the rising Nifty. Let’s say you wanted a piece of the action. You decided to buy a share on August 16 at a price of Rs 2,000. But say, you were keen to buy it at Rs 1,800, a 10 percent discount.But the stock went on to rise to Rs 2,276 on October 1 and you waited patiently. On October 26, its price dropped to Rs 1,800 and reached your target. Would you have known, on precisely October 1, to jump in and buy it? Perhaps yes, but easier said than done.Close Enter ‘limit orders’. This is a mechanism where you get to buy a share at your chosen price in future, if stock’s price isn’t there already. The good part is that you can place your order … [Read more...] about Use limit orders to decide price at which you want to buy or sell a stock
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The Apple Days sale is well underway on Amazon India. The sale is scheduled to go on till November 17 with the Cupertino tech giant bringing discounts to iPhones, MacBooks, iPads, Apple watches, accessories, and more. So, here some of the deals on Apple devices during the sale.iPhones Last generation’s iPhone XR and iPhone Xs both get price cuts. The iPhone XR is available for Rs 42,900, while the iPhone Xs will set you back Rs 84,900. While you can also pick up the iPhone Xs Max for Rs 94,900, we’d recommend paying the extra 5K and going with the iPhone 11 Pro because of the significant improvements in camera performance. If you aren’t looking for anything fancy and just want to join Apple’s ecosystem, you can opt for an iPhone 6s at Rs 23,999, just keep in mind that it is a pretty dated phone.Close MacBook & iPad related news Vivo Y19 with triple cameras, MediaTek SoC launched in India … [Read more...] about Apple Days Sale on Amazon India: iPhone XR starts at Rs 42,900
Tax saving mutual funds have emerged as one of the most sought after tax saving tool by individual tax payers in India. Thanks to the rising markets, these schemes rewarded investors with handsome returns and in turn attracted investors’ money.To put it in numbers, the ELSS – equity linked saving schemes - as they are termed in industry jargon - attracted Rs 10,613 crore till February 28, 2018, as per the data released by Association of Mutual Funds of India for FY17-18. In the previous year the number stood at Rs 7,191 crore for the same period.As a category, the tax saving schemes have given 15.3 percent returns over past one year. For the uninitiated, an investment up to Rs 1.5 lakh in the tax saving funds fetches tax deduction under section 80C of the Income Tax Act.Close If you are also contemplating an investment in tax saving schemes here are five things you must keep in mind. related news MF investment in equities halves to Rs 55,700cr in Jan-Oct … [Read more...] about Want to save tax by investing in tax saving mutual funds? Here is what you must know
Stock markets ended the calendar year 2018 on a volatile note and are exhibiting nervousness with the general elections around the corner.In an interview with Moneycontrol, S Krishna Kumar, Chief Investment Officer – Equity, Sundaram Asset Management Company, offered insights into what he expects from markets going forward and how one should invest in equity mutual funds.Edited excerpts.Close Q: With the macro situation improving (falling crude, moderating rate hike expectations from US Fed, stable rupee and a benign inflation outlook in India), does it mean better times ahead for Indian stocks? related news The September quarter results paint a bleak picture for the market Hot Stocks: Technical indicators show signs of bullishness, strong support at 11,700-11,800 Market Live: Sensex up 100 pts, Nifty above 11,900; Bharti Infratel, Airtel top gainers A: The global and domestic macro factors are definitely turning positive for Indian stocks. Though the markets look … [Read more...] about Focused NBFCs will remain relevant, can create wealth in long term: S Krishna Kumar
Niranjan Joshi, 35, an employee of Pune-based knowledge process outsourcing company intends to create a large corpus for his retirement using equity funds. Though he appears to be confident about his bright future, it was not the case earlier.A conservative young mind to begin with, he started saving in fixed deposit when he started working a decade ago. But the low returns on fixed deposits and other fixed income options made him realise that he has to take some risk if he wants high returns. In 2014, he tried his hand at midcaps, but realised that it is far too risky area and instead chose to invest through mutual funds.What started as an investment in equity linked saving schemes – has now evolved into SIP into four equity mutual fund schemes comprising ELSS, large and mid-cap funds. Though he is regular with his investments, he is clear that only that money which he won’t need in near term will be invested into these funds given the risky nature of these investments. … [Read more...] about Mutual fund investing for the conservative: Should you stick to largecap funds only?