By investing in the market we mean Investing in the Index which broadly in case of India is Nifty or Sensex. Nifty is the average of Top 50 capitalized companies of the Indian economy from different sectors. In other words,
The Bank Bees is a Bank ETF fund of Goldman Sachs and the objective of the fund is to correspond the total returns of the Bank Nifty Index. The Bank Bees ETF fund holds all of the Bank Nifty twelve stocks in the similar
The Junior Bees ETF seeks to match the performance and yield of the Nifty Next 50 Index before fees and expenses. The fund holds all of the Top Capitalized 51 to 100 stocks in similar proportion as they are in the Nifty
The Nifty Bees ETF seeks to match the performance and yield of the CNX Nifty50 Index before fees and expenses. The fund holds all of the CNX Nifty 50 stocks in similar proportion as they are in the Nifty50 Index. Any
Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) are increasingly finding favors in the global financial markets; Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) and retail investors are taking the ETFs route to participate in the different markets to achieve their investment goals. As ETFs provide the most efficient and
In continuation to the earlier article What are Exchange Traded Funds? This article gives a short glimpse of things that help you understand the core of ETFs. How ETFs are Similar to Mutual Funds? Most ETFs are generally Index-style
These series of Options Trading is in continuation to Part VII – Getting Started With Trading – How to Trade Options? where we have detailed out all the information regarding Options Market – What are Options? What are Calls & Puts?
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala started trading the markets in 1985 at the age of 25 years right after completing his Charted Accountant (CA). He got the inclination to invest in the markets from his father who himself invest in the stocks. But from the