Types of Financial Institutions and their Working

    There is a variety of financial institutions in India. Starting from Commercial banks to brokerage firms, there is a diverse role of all these institutions. This post discusses the types of financial institutions in India and their working.     What is a Financial Institution (FI)?     A Financial Institution or FI is a company which is engaged in the financial transaction related activities such as deposits, loans, investments and currency exchange.  It offers a broad range of business operations within the financial services sector. Every person living in a developed or developing economy avails the services […]

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NFO: New Fund Offer of Mutual Funds

   NFO or New Fund Offer is very much unknown to many people. People who are interested in mutual funds should know about NFOs. This post discusses NFOs in detail. What is NFO?    NFO or New Fund offer is a scheme of fund houses or investment companies. When an investment company or a fund house set to release a new mutual fund, it first offers this mutual fund for subscription by the general public at a discounted price before listing. The price of a mutual fund is termed as Net Asset Value (NAV) of one unit. This subscription remains […]

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Debenture – Fixed Income Investment

   The debenture is also a good investment option but it is not known to many.    There are many tools to invest the money in the market. The popular investment destinations include the stock market, mutual funds, gold real estate etc. But there are few more places to invest the money which are not well known to every one. A debenture is also an investment tool which not common to everyone. In this post, we will discuss the debentures. What is Debenture?     A debenture is a long-term security which is not secured by any asset or collateral. […]

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Investment Bonds – Fixed Income Saving Bonds

Many a time, we see in the news that some company or government is issuing the bonds. The bonds are different from stocks. These are known as fixed-income investments. What is a Bond?    A bond is a written and duly signed promise to pay a certain amount of money on a fixed date or after fulfilment of a certain condition. In financial terms, a bond is a debt security in which an authorized issuer offers regular or fixed payment of interest with the principal in return of the money taken by the issuer from the investor. The issuer is obliged to […]

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Where do People Invest the Money in India?

   Everyone wants to invest the money in order to get a return. Various persons have various financial targets or goals in their life. To achieve those goals or to meet those targets they need money. Big goals require big money. There are various options where people invest their money to get back a good return. Every option is dependent on the risk factor. Major risk gives bigger returns. In this post, we will discuss the various investment options where people invest their money based on their risk appetite. What is Investment?    Investment is defined as the action or process […]

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Different Types of Trading in the Stock Market

     There are various types of stock trading options available in the stock market. A trader who is trading into stocks uses these options as the trading strategy. In this post, we will discuss these trading types. The following are the popular types of stock trading:- Day Trading or Intraday Trading     In this type of trading, a trader buys and sells the stock on the same day. If the trader does not sell the stock then it is sold automatically before the closing of the market. This type of trading has a high risk associated. The beginners avoid this […]

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Types of Trading in the Market: Equity, Commodity and Forex Trading

    There are various types of trading in the trading market. In this post, we discuss these popular types of trading activities which will be helpful for beginners. There are three types of trading which are popular among traders:- Equity Trading Commodity Trading Forex Trading Equity Trading      In the stock market, equity trading means buying or selling of equities or shares of a company in the capital market. A market where securities are traded is called the capital market. The capital of a company is divided into shares. The person who buys these shares gets the fractional […]

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Deep Learning Techniques: A New Trend in the Stock Market Prediction

   Stock prediction is highly uncertain and money making approach. There has been a long history and record of stock market prediction. It started with the statistical techniques, flourished with machine learning techniques. Now the new trend is the deep learning techniques for stock market prediction. What is the Stock Prediction?    Stock prediction is referred to a task of predicting or forecasting the future prices of a stock using any specific technique. There are various statistical and machine learning techniques which are used for this task. Generally, these techniques use historical data of stocks and predict their future values. […]

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Blockchain Technique: The Root of Cryptocurrencies

    The increased attention towards Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency, has increased the interest of concerned in the blockchain technique. The blockchain is a chain of blocks, or a list of records, which are distributed on over the globe and connected through the cryptography. A blockchain is like Wikipedia pages, which contents may be updated by its users and it is visible to all the users. But it is much secure than Wikipedia and implements tight security features. What is Blockchain? According to Don & Alex Tapscott, authors of Blockchain Revolution (2016), “The blockchain is an incorruptible digital ledger of economic transactions […]

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Mutual Funds in India: What and How to Invest

     Mutual funds are becoming popular day by day among the investors. Due to giving high returns and easy availability, they are being preferred for investment by the investors. What are the Mutual Funds A mutual fund is a fund for investment which is managed professionally by financial companies or institutions. It collects money from investors and invests that money into other places like company shares, stocks, bonds etc. A mutual is basically a tool for investing the money. The money collected from individuals is managed collectively in order to yield a high return.       There are […]

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