Know why you should start SIP in Debt Funds

2021-07-02 18:37:00

SIP or Systematic Investment Plans in equity mutual funds is a well-known phenomenon today, owing to investor awareness and euphoria around the stock market. However, SIP in debt funds still remains unexplored territory for many investors.

SIP is a way to invest small amounts of money into mutual funds and create a corpus according to one’s investment horizon – short to long term – in equity or debt. “All the benefits like rupee cost averaging, taking advantage of

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Conserving cash immediate objective of most MFI firms

Conserving cash immediate objective of most MFI firms

 

Conserving cash is the immediate objective for most microfinance firms now with average collections dwindling to about 65%, making loan disbursements to grassroots borrowers their secondary goal.

With loan repayment facing such a sharp fall from an average 85% at the end of March, the lenders are facing severe cash flow mismatches as they have their debt repayment obligations to banks. In parallel, banks have tightened their purse strings as they always do whenever the situation turns bleak, making

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Mutual fund, mutual risks: After Sebi’s diktat, fund managers in a fix over having skin in the game

Mutual fund, mutual risks: After Sebi’s diktat, fund managers in a fix over having skin in the game

 

If you inflict risk on others, and they are harmed, you need to pay some price for it. Just as you should treat others in the way you’d like to be treated, you would like to share the responsibility for events without unfairness and inequity. – Nassim Nicholas Taleb writes in his book Skin in the Game

What if your company told you that from now on, a part of your salary will be paid as credits that you

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