Did you know you don’t have to own a home to make a real estate investment? That’s right, you can do it through Real Estate Investment Trusts or REITs.
Covered bonds have become the talk of the town. The roller coaster ride of debt mutual funds in the last couple of years and the low-interest rates has prompted many investors to look for new investment options. And, it looks like covered bonds aim to address these issues. In this article, we will talk…
Motilal Oswal NASDAQ 100 ETF is an international ETF. Investors who are bullish on technological companies and want to diversify their portfolio with international stocks can invest in the ETF.
The ETFs will track the Nifty Healthcare Total Return Index (TRI) to give returns that correspond to the benchmark, subject to tracking errors.
SBI Mutual Fund has introduced Nifty Next 50 Index Fund, an index fund that will track Nifty Next 50 Index.
FANG refers to Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google. Besides these four tech companies, it constitutes six other companies: Apple, Tesla, Twitter, Baidu, Nvidia and Alibaba.
Smart-beta funds are transparent and highly depend on a fixed set of rules when it comes to selecting stocks. They have also showed the capabilities to beat the market with lower risk and cost than the other funds.
Before going for any investment plan, be it an ETF or an index fund, it is important to find the option that suits you best.
By investing in Bharat Bond ETF, you can own public sector bonds with no hassles.
As compared to the purchase of physical gold, ETFs offer a guarantee of around 99.5% of purity without any storage or maintenance hazards.