Be careful where you get your dope from.
The Economic Times carried an article dated March 14th, 2019 on Prashant Jain’s consistent alpha generation in a single fund for 25 years. All of us associated with the Mutual Fund industry know and admire Prashant.
I fired my ‘Nutritionist and Obesity Consultant’ – not as ceremoniously as I am announcing here, actually quite the opposite.read more
Sometimes, I do some financial planning on request. I am certified to do so but frankly, I don’t enjoy the exercise. Why, you may ask? I find myself turning into a psychological counsellor, rather than a financial one and that, I am not certified to do.read more
It is fair to expect that the large cap index will generate a steady rate of return over long periods of time, without much ado.
I hope you are not working with an advisor who is asking you to buy only small or midcaps.
Many mutual funds who called themselves large cap funds and compared their performance against large cap indices – like the Nifty 50, BSE 100, BSE 200, could buy stocks outside the gamut of large caps as well…read more
Most portfolios I have seen, have not compounded at even a high single digit number. A vast majority has compounded at 6 or 7 percent or lower — not even a 9 percent or 10 percent.read more
She does technical analysis, uses derivatives and makes a great profit once in a while. She occasionally does badly too but my guess is, she mostly fares well.read more