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Best Performing Gold ETF in India

Last updated : 23rd April, 2014 Comparison of Gold ETF Returns Currently there are 13 Gold ETF in the market and comparison of returns of gold ETF : UTI Gold Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) Quantum Gold Fund Kotak Gold ETF GS Gold BsES ETF R* Shares Gold ETF Canara Robeco Gold ETF SBI Gold ETF Motilal Oswal MoST Shares Gold ETF Reliagre Invesco Gold ETF Birla SunLife Gold ETF IDBI Gold ETF HDFC Gold ETF Axis Gold ETF The returns of all ETFs are almost same as these are passive funds and track gold price movements. Read More »

Comparison of Returns of Gold ETF vs Gold Mutual Funds vs e-Gold

Last updated : 23rd April, 2014 In my earlier post, I have compared the features of Gold ETF, Gold Mutual Funds & e-Gold. In this post, I have quickly compared the Returns of Gold ETF, Gold Mutual Funds & e-Gold. Assumption for this calculation Intial Amount invested – Rs 1 lakh Gold prices appreciating 10% every year Based on the above comparison, e-Gold is very cost effective as compared to Gold ETF & Gold Mutual Funds. Read More »

SBI Gold Fund Accumulation Facility – Details & Review

Last updated : 25th April, 2014 SBI Gold Fund has recently launched the unique Gold Accumulation Facility under it’s Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) / Systematic Transfer Plan (STP). The facility would allow investors to invest in the scheme based on a specific quantity of SBI Gold Exchange Traded Schemes (SBI GETS) unit, wherein unit of SBI GETS represent approximately 1 gram of gold. Till now, you could invest in Gold Mutual Funds only by a specific amount and not by quantity (as in Gold ETF – you buy by quantity) Terms & conditions for the Gold Accumulation Facility SIP: Target ... Read More »

Comparison of Gold ETF vs Gold Mutual Funds vs e-Gold – Which is the Best ?

Last updated : 23rd April, 2014  If you want to invest in Gold, electronic form of investment is better than buying physical gold due to reasons of safety, storage, liquidity, purity etc.You have few options of buying gold in electronic format  like e-Gold, Gold ETF, Gold Mutual Funds etc. In this post, I have compared the features of different options of buying gold in electronic form.   e-Gold (NSEL) –   Very Cost effective as compared to Gold ETF / Gold Funds. Best for those you want to invest for longer term & large amounts. Also, Physical delivery of Gold Coins/Bars ... Read More »

Which ITR Forms to use for FY 2012-13 (AY2013-14) to file Income tax returns in India?

Last updated : 23rd April, 2014 So we are now in Income Tax return filing month – July.  Last date to These Income-tax Returns in most cases for AY 2013-2014 (FY 2012-2013) is 31-July-2013. However, for the Corporate Sector as well as for persons who are having the requirement of tax audit, the last date of filing Income-tax Return happens to be 30th September 2013. Now, you must be thinking, which Income Tax return (ITR) Form is applicable for you ? Salaried employees will normally need to file their Income Tax returns in ITR 1 or ITR 2 (depending on ... Read More »

20 stocks that can give over 20% returns in 2013 – CitiGroup

Last updated : 23rd April, 2014 CitiGroup has recently issued a report providing 20 stocks that could give you 20 percent return in 2013.  It is of the view that investors should look at several small themes for stock picking rather than one grand one. “These include a) falling interest rates – but moderate falls from here; b) continuing government policy/pricing action – and a little more on the execution side; c) maintaining a currency hedge – it’s a vulnerability; d) moderating consumer demand; e) positioning for a recovery – albeit one that will be gradual, U rather than V-shaped; ... Read More »

NRE Fixed Deposit – Good investment option for NRIs

Last updated : 2nd October, 2014 If you are an NRI & looking for a safe investment option in India, then you should consider investing in NRE Fixed Deposits . RBI has de-regulated the interest rates on NRE fixed deposits and banks are now offering an interest rate of 8.5-10% p.a as against 2-4% earlier.  Also, weaker Indian Rupee makes these deposits more attractive. Benefits / Features of NRE Fixed Deposit (NRE FD) Attractive interest rates (between 8.5 – 10 % p.a) Lucrative exchange rates (if you want to convert USD/GBP etc to Indian Rupee) Tax free interest in India ... Read More »

Apply online for PF transfer and withdrawals from July 1 2013 : EPFO

Last updated : 7th October, 2016 EPFO is launching an online facility to apply for EPF Transfers & withdrawals on July 1 2013. EPFO’s Central Provident Fund Commissioner Anil Swarup told reporters at PHD conference – “We have decided to set up a central clearance house which will be operational on July 1. This will enable subscribers to apply online for settlement of the withdrawal and transfer of funds claims,” “The biggest problem faced by the subscribers is transferring their accounts on change of job. This central clearance facility will expedite the process”, he added. “The onus of getting the ... Read More »

SP Tulsian picks 5 midcap ideas for 2013

Last updated : 23rd April, 2014 On CNBC-TV18’s Investor camp, SP Tulsian of picked five stocks from the midcap space which should be on investor’s radar in 2013. The carnage seen in midcap stocks in the last couple of months has scared investors. Yes Bank , Zee Entertainment , Apollo Hospital , Tata Global and MCX are five midcap stocks which one can consider for 2013 or March 2014, till elections are being announced. These stocks are likely to get migrated to the largecap category in next 5-15 years. Yes Bank –  Yes Bank is the fourth largest private ... Read More »

Interest Rate cut on small savings scheme – PPF, NSC, PO MIS interest rates revised

Last updated : 23rd April, 2014 Government has cut interest rates on small savings scheme marginally by 0.10% for 2013-2014.  The revised interest rates will be applicable with effect from April 1, 2013. The decision is in line with the recommendations of Shyamala Gopinath Committee, which had suggested that returns should be in sync with market rates determined by the returns offered by other securities. 1) The interest rate on Public Provident Fund (PPF) has been reduced from 8.8% to 8.7%. 2) The interest rate on National savings certificates (NSC) having maturity of 5 and 10 years has been reduced ... Read More »

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