MC Explainer: How are InvITs taxed?
For both retail individuals as well as HNIs, InvITs are fast becoming the vehicle of choice for investing in India’s infrastructure growth story. So it’s important to understand how your income will be taxed.
What is an InvIT and why should investors have it in their portfolios?
InvITs list on the stock exchanges to raise capital for the purchase of a portfolio of operational infrastructure assets that are already producing consistent cash flows. It is like a hybrid product―with equity and fixed-income characteristics
Should you buy LIC shares in the mega-IPO?
LIC is the market leader in life insurance segment and carries a good valuation. A higher operating cost owing to its product mix and being under government control casts a shadow on the state-owned giant.
Why Biden’s idea of digital dollar is good news for cryptocurrency investors in India
A month after India’s union Budget 2022 announced the arrival of a digital Rupee, US President Joe Biden signed an executive order in the US to lay out a national policy for digital assets and a digital dollar.
How many stocks should you have in your portfolio?
Over-diversification lowers your returns while doing nothing to reduce your risk. At the same time, owning too little can make your portfolio unnecessarily volatile
IPOs galore: Here are 7 factors to consider before making your investments
Investing goes much more beyond just making listing gains. In fact, for many investors, it may not even justify their time value.
Should you buy the dip in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency prices?
Since the crypto market is still at a nascent stage, there is no long-term historical data to decipher its price movements
Bitcoin, Ethereum or Dogecoin? How to choose the right cryptocurrency for investing
Investing in cryptocurrencies is a highly risky affair and should not be done without first analysing your risk profile and the government’s regulations
Bitcoin can’t buy you a Tesla car, but must you still invest in the cryptocurrency?
Cryptocurrencies are viewed as alternative currencies by some, and as investments by others. Elon Musk tweeted recently, stating that Tesla won't accept Bitcoins. What are the lessons for investors?
Assets, loans and insurance claims: Issues to sort out if you lose a loved one to COVID-19
You should retain the access to the deceased person's phone and email with due permission and after informing the respective service provider
Mistakes investors make in identifying and holding on to multi-bagger stocks
The sharp rally from March 2020 has given many a false sense of confidence. Avoid investing on borrowed confidence and tips given by friends or relatives
Sensex at record highs: Tempted to take profits off the table? Think again
Taking money off the table is a good idea. But not having a plan of what to do with this money later will harm you more
Sensex nearing 47,000: Avoid these common investment mistakes
Not reacting is also an action similar to the fact that sitting on cash is also a position you take in the market
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