Market Data

as on 17/11/2020

Market Data Name Today Close Prev.Close Absolute Change % Change
Fund Categories 1Y Category Avg. Return 3Y Category Avg. Return 5Y Category Avg. Return
Large & MidCap Fund
69.848%
24.028%
16.166%
ELSS Fund (Tax Saving)
62.543%
22.359%
15.569%
Large Cap Fund
56.233%
21.388%
14.840%
Aggressive Hybrid Fund
49.146%
18.709%
12.959%
Liquid Fund
3.128%
4.857%
5.596%
Gold ETF
-31.696%
-30.163%
-19.152%
Index Fund
60.961%
21.412%
16.279%
Corporate Bond Fund
4.388%
8.279%
7.113%
Consumption Fund
62.640%
23.387%
16.851%
Pharma Fund
32.824%
26.968%
13.086%
MidCap Fund
80.600%
27.428%
17.012%
Small Cap Fund
99.714%
29.319%
18.533%

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Once upon a time per capita GDP of India was higher than China. Now GDP per capita of India is one-fourth of China's GDP per capita

Indian taxation philosophy is primarily driven by the assurance and ease of tax collection. Collecting taxes from certain items (beasts of burden) is very easy for tax collectors and these items assure full tax compliance. 

The season of tax-saving has started, those who planned in advance are already investing in tax saving mutual funds. For those who are still waiting and have not identified funds, this article is for them.


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The annual budget time has come. On 1st February 2021 finance minister of India Mrs Nirmala Sitharaman will present the budget for the financial year 2021-22 in Loksabh. Every pink paper and some white one also are publishing expectation from the budget. We also have a list of expectation from the budget.

Well a couple of months back (around August-September 2019), many pink papers published news that GST (Goods and Services Tax) will be reduced on automobiles (Cars, Two-wheeler, trucks …). The reason given by these grapevines was low sells of automobiles; however, GST was not reduced.