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The more time you give your money, the more it can grow. For example, Rs 1,000 invested every month at 15 per cent p.a. can grow to Rs 69 lakh over 30 years.

 
 
The grading of financial products influences the decision of investors, but can the credit rating agencies be trusted? Not always.
D. Swarup, former Chairman, PFRDA, talks about the tepid response to the New Pension Scheme and the measures required to get it off the ground.
Investors may not be drawn to silver as they are to gold, but the former has proved more profitable in the past few months. The trend is likely to continue.
In the infrastructure sector, it appears that public-private partnerships are here to stay.
Investing is as much a passion and hobby as it is a career or profession. The afficionados eat, live, sleep and breathe investing mantras.
Brokerages are now managing equity portfolios as small as Rs 5 lakh. We find out whether these schemes offer value for money.
 
 
To help enhance your knowledge of bonds and ease the transaction process, go through these commonly used terms.
Vikas Agnihotri, CEO, Religare Macquarie Wealth Management, talks about the strategies and avenues to invest in the current situation.
Quarterly disclosures of product-wise value and volumes of sales should be made compulsory.
Before you rush into a big-ticket purchase, here’s a simple investment strategy to help you find out whether you can really afford it.
Minister of State for Corporate Affairs Salman Khurshid speaks about the new Companies Bill and other investor-related issues.
Will the abolition of entry load deprive a large number of people from investing in mutual funds?
Here is a look at how nominal amounts invested in the stocks of some companies would have multiplied your wealth several times over the years.
The PF is an inadequate cushion for retirement, but it is an inexpensive first step towards planning for later years, at least for those in the organised sector.