Investors India- September edition is out now!
Written on Thursday, September 17, 2015
By Editorial Team- Investors India, Bajaj Capital Ltd.
Every month we do our best to provide investors with better insights of personal finance, Investors India is compiled keeping the same in focus. September edition is now available at your nearest newsstands and you can even read it by simply visiting our website. This month, we are bringing a pile of good information for our readers from Mutual Fund Industry and other related sectors. Our cover story will help investors in creating wealth and achieving life goals. We have also tried to give essential information on health planning as well as child planning that may help you take wise decisions for your future.
Highlights of the September Edition
Through our cover story, Sanjeev Puri explains Mutual Fund Mantras that would help investor create wealth over a period of time. He sees a positive growth in the market with new base of investors jumping on to the bandwagon of Mutual Fund in order to reach their goals in life. Click Here
to read the complete story and find out the mantras that would ensure a safe landing with minimum fuss.
If you are confused whether to opt for individual heath cover or you should go for a family floater, Mukesh Kumar, Executive Director of HDFC ERGO will surely help you with his thoughts. In his article he suggests that you should select plans that best suits your circumstances. Both the plans have certain advantages and disadvantages that cannot be ignored. Check it out
before you go for a health insurance plan.
The fluctuation in market, interest rates, gold prices and other factors prove to be a hindrance in your investment decision. But, Vijay Thapliyal suggests you not to worry about these factors and start investing. He votes for Assest Allocation Funds as it helps avoiding buy-high or sell low dilemma. Read here
the complete story and explore how you can take advantage of the asset diversification.
Sudipta Mitu, believes large-cap funds are perhaps the most important constituent of an investor's portfolio. According to her suggestion, a large portion of your portfolio should be invested in these funds because they tend to be less volatile than multi-cap or mid-cap and small-cap funds. She analyses the four top funds of this category for you. View the analysis here.
Complete edition is available on our website. Readers can also submit their duly filled subscription forms online or drop at any Bajaj Capital investment center throughout the country.
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