ELSS (Equity Linked Saving Schemes) is nothing but a type of mutual funds which offers a tax rebate on returns earned during investment horizon, on the other hand, common mutual funds don’t such tax rebate. In this article, let us understand the major differences between ELSS vs mutual funds. When it comes to mutual funds […]
Source of Finance
The corporations or government entities utilise a different source of finance to fulfil their requirement of funds from the general public.
When it comes to stock market investing, there is always confusion among budding investors whether they should start investing directly in stocks or go through mutual funds. If you are new to stock/ share market investing, you must first clarify what exactly are stocks and mutual funds and their differences as well. In this article, […]
Although both hedge funds and mutual funds pool money from different investors and invest such funds according to their own strategies in the financial market to make profits, however, their investor profiles, risks involved and tactics to generate returns are different from each other. In this article, we will understand primarily the difference between hedge […]
Although shares and stocks sound similar in most contexts and have been always misinterpreted, however, there are some key differences between stocks and shares. In this article, we will understand the difference between stocks and shares. But before we go ahead let us understand the basic meaning and definition of shares and stocks. Shares and […]
Share capital is the most popular and convenient source of long term finance for companies. The organisations utilise multiple types of issues to raise public funds from the capital market. The IPOs and FPOs are one of those issues through which a company issue (sell-off) financial securities like equity shares for the investors to subscribe. […]