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Each December, I conduct a personal finance audit. As part of this years audit, I thought of updating my mutual fund investment journey, in particular, the rise and fall of my retirement corpus. The idea behind this post is not to boast or claim how…

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A mutual fund is not an LIC policy. One buys an LIC policy for 20 years to receive money-back every 5 years or so. One does not choose a mutual fund to invest for 20 years. A mutual fund is also not a stock. One need not read a balance sheet or understand…

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Here is this month’s screener data of how consistent a fund has performed with respect to a category benchmark over every possible 3-year, 5-year and 7-year investment duration since 3rd April 2006. All equity funds and equity-oriented balanced funds…

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In the second part of the buying “low” vs buying “high” study, I consider return differences for identical investment amounts. And guess what? The results are most surprising! For those who have not read the first part, I request that you head over…

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Bond yields have been dropping rapidly since demonetization announcement. As a result, the NAV of long-term gilt mutual funds has been on the increase. At a time when many investors want to benefit from this move, Mr Srinivasan Sundarajan, in this third…

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Suppose you invested in a stock market index only when it was “high” and compared the return obtained with that from an investment made only when the index was “low”, how much do you think the returns would vary? How would these returns compare with an…

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Here is a free Google spreadsheet for tracking financial goal portfolios with an option to receive email alerts. This sheet created by Amol Wable, is a modified version of the financial freedom progress tracker published earlier by Guhan Ramanan. Amol was…

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“Blessed is he who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed”, said British poet Alexander Pope. This applies to investing as well. Low return expectation is the key to minimising effort associated with money management. I have published a…

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My new book with Subra(money.com) is now available on Kindle at the Amazon.com website. Many readers were waiting for this and I thank them for their patience.  You can read small sample below. Please do use the book which asks the right questions and…
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