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Should Value Investors Buy Mutual Funds?

Should Value Investors Buy Mutual Funds?

Should Value Investors Buy Mutual Funds?

(1:00) – Are Mutual Funds A Good Value Play? Every week, Tracey Ryniec, the editor of Zacks Value Investor portfolio, shares some of her top value investing tips and stock picks. Recently, a fan … Continue reading at nasdaq.com

The Best Small-Cap Mutual Funds to Buy in 2020

Most mutual funds, for better or worse, are made up of large-cap stocks. It’s not terribly surprising though since most of the market consists of large-cap names. The S&P 500’s cumulative … Continue reading at stltoday.com

FinMin exempts mutual funds from FDI categorisation

In what has come as a New Year cheer to the sector, the Finance Ministry notified that mutual funds (MFs) will no longer be categorised as foreign investors. The gazetted notification issued in … Continue reading at moneycontrol.com

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The 3 Best Active Vanguard Mutual Funds for 2020

Yet most investors think of Vanguard because of its extensive offering of index mutual funds and ETFs, espousing a low-cost approach that aims to match market performance rather than seeking to beat … Continue reading at stltoday.com

AMFI bats for tax sops, parity for mutual funds

The Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI), in its pre-budget memorandum submitted to the government, has suggested introducing debt-linked savings schemes, lowering the holding period in gold … Continue reading at thehindu.com

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Mutual Fund Trading Abuses: Lessons Can Be Learned from SEC Not Having Detected Violations at an Earlier Stage
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Mutual Fund Trading Abuses: SEC Consistently Applied Procedures in Setting Penalties, But Could Strengthen Certain Internal Controls: Gao-05-385
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Mutual Funds Trading

Amfi seeks measures to boost mutual funds in budget

With the Union budget just a fortnight away, the Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi) has floated a pre-budget memorandum that prods the government to roll out investor-friendly measures for … Continue reading at livemint.com

Budget 2020: Amfi seeks similar tax treatment for Mutual Funds, Ulips

Budget 2020 India: Ahead of the Union Budget 2020-21, Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi) has shared a memorandum with the finance ministry which includes 17 proposals for the development of … Continue reading at financialexpress.com

Index Funds Aren’t Too Big, but Asset Managers Might Be

Annual expense ratios of 3 or 5 basis points can only pay for so much overhead. Then again, reports Barron’s, in 2017 mutual funds of all stripes sided with management on 94% of votes. The fund … Continue reading at morningstar.com

Mutual funds seek lower threshold in equity funds for income tax purpose

Mutual funds industry body Amfi in its Budget proposals has sought a reduction in the threshold limit of equities for a fund to quality as an equity oriented fund, news agency Press Trust of India has … Continue reading at livemint.com

* There is more than one way to approach the stock market, and many different schools of thought exist on how to best make money buying and selling securities. One such method that often gets a lot of attention is day trading. http://bit.ly/2wqgyut

On one hand, day trading is lauded as the best way to get rich quick. On the other hand, there are countless warnings about the dire risks of day trading. In this video I’ll compare the benefit and risks of day trading to long term investing Rule #1 style.

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    • Phil Town's Rule #1 Investing
    • January 17, 2020

    I'm curious! Who has tried day trading before? I gave it a shot and man I blew it, long term investing is much more my speed. For more help investing, download this handy free checklist: http://bit.ly/2wqgyut

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    • ΚΩΣΤΑΣ ΚΟΙΛΙΑΣ
    • January 17, 2020

    Hello. I am 16 I started with 400 USD about 2 months ago, I day traded, used leverage and now I have 10 thousand dollars. I'm telling this to you because when I was younger I used to watch your videos and I liked them a lot. I have a simple advice to all of you. Day trading is not worth it. I am happy I know long term investments are THE BEST ones you CAN make other. Keep safe everyone, and NEVER GIVE UP ON YOUR DREAMS!!! REAL DREAMS!!! (not day trading)

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    • TG
    • January 17, 2020

    Prices don't matter. Holders don't care about prices.

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    • LinSooPretty
    • January 17, 2020

    I need to know or learn more about buying a stock and just sitting on it. Because I'm bought stocks from my job. And my "divendents" automatically gets reinvested like I know what that is…

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    • Akshay Vayalil
    • January 17, 2020

    which app is best for Day trading in ios platform

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    • Ben Ghanbari
    • January 17, 2020

    Day trading is worst for your hemorrhoid.

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    • Ahmed Teach
    • January 17, 2020

    how can i buy long term investing on tesla ?

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    • m
    • January 17, 2020

    What about buying long term calls on slow growth value stocks? (e.g. Visa)

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    • crtitical thinking
    • January 17, 2020

    Day trading with brokerage charge will eat you alive..

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    • eddie
    • January 17, 2020

    Mr. Town, regarding day trading, I would like to make a few comments about what you said. First of all there is a lot of money to be made as well as a lot of money to be lost. The potential for making money is unbelievable. You made a comment that makes day trading sound like a person randomly picks a stock out of a hat. That is not the way you pick a stock for day trading. There are scanners that look thru the stock market and find stocks that meet your criteria, such as price, volume, gap up, etc.From this list you come up with, you then check those stocks during market hours and you look for stocks that are moving up. You then buy in look for the price to rise and sell when the momentum dies off. You are also being watchful for the dip and then sell off at that point Day trading involves spending time and practice to get good at it. However it can be very rewarding financially. A lot of people say day trading is risky, but even holding mutual or index funds is risky, remember the Market crash of 2008. A lot of long term investors, lost lots of money in that crash, in what many thought was a safe investment vehicle. When you go to Vegas and throw some dice or play poker that is gambling, you have no control over the dice. You can't make the dice roll in your favor, in day trading you learn how to trade and you go into it wisely and minimize your losses.

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    • Ricky Smith
    • January 17, 2020

    Day trading isn't addictive as Binary Call Options.

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    • Michael Michael Motorcycle
    • January 17, 2020

    Swing trading feeds my long term portfolio

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    • Lewis Scott
    • January 17, 2020

    I've built my wealth being a long term investor. Now I trade Forex with artificial intelligence software. It removes all emotions. I believe in diversification.

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    • Eastern
    • January 17, 2020

    I love this guy…

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    • Diafara Drame
    • January 17, 2020

    I am a trader but I am still in the learning process. I've been trading almost two years. My goal is to be a full time trade and quit my job. My goal is to be a full time trader and an investor.

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    • Vijay
    • January 17, 2020

    Hi…Intraday is an absolute gamble…generally take positions for long term. Once my wealth manager pushed me for a day trading with his strategies. I doubled my investment in a week…it was amazing. That weekend i seriously reviewed myself on doubling my investment. I did not find any reason why i made money. I felt that there is no basis for my profits..so quit day trading and continueing long term investment which is feching a stable 18% rryurn year on year.. i am happy with it.

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