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Which is Cheapest Demat Account in India

In India to buy & sell stocks, investors must open a demat account. Demat accounts like a digital bank locker which is used to store...

FDI vs FPI vs FII vs QIP – Foreign Investments

Developing nations (like India) needs access to capital(money) & best practices from across the world, to accelerate growth in core areas like infrastructure, defense,...

Does mutual funds Turnover Ratio matters ?

Investing in a mutual fund is a long-term decision and investors typically remain invested for years. While selecting a fund, it is important to...

Lifetime Free Demat Account

A demat account is a short form for "Dematerialised Account". The dematerialized account is used to store equities and other financial instruments purchased from...

Understanding Bank Rate, Repo Rate, Reverse Repo Rates, CRR, SLR

Banks are financial institutions authorized by the government of India to accept deposits from customers(by opening accounts like savings, current, so that customers can...