4 common mistakes equity investors should avoid in a rising stock market
With stock indices close to their all-time highs, there is bullishness all around. Individuals tend to make their worst investing mistakes in such bullish times. Here are a few common investing mistakes that investors should avoid at this stage.
Hike SIPs by 10% every year to save for child's education, retirement
The Portfolio Doctor assesses the health of the fund portfolio, examines the schemes and their suitability with regard to the goals and, if required, recommends corrective measures. The advice given is based on the performance of the funds, the risk profile of the investor as well as his financial goals.
The rise of voluntary carbon credit derivatives and how it can drive sustainable investments in India
India, as a rapidly developing economy, is increasingly recognizing the need to adopt environmentally responsible practices and reduce carbon emissions. In line with this commitment, the National Stock Exchange (NSE) of India is exploring new avenues to deepen its product portfolio by venturing into the voluntary carbon credit (VCC) market and introducing electricity derivatives. These initiatives aim to catalyze sustainable investments and contribute to the country's ambitious decarbonization goals.
Media charter: Advertisers' body pushes for fair practices
To prioritise privacy and consumer protection, the charter also establishes guidelines for the responsible collection and usage of consumer data. The charter also aims to provide unified measurement standards for both TV and digital platforms, allowing marketers to better gauge the success of their campaigns across multiple media channels.
India is reeling under rising prices of essentials as monsoon rains have disrupted supplies, with companies including Domino's flagship inflation-buster 49-rupee pizza being "re-engineered" by cutting price - and tomatoes - from its earlier cheapest offering of 59 rupees.
Indus Towers rules out dividend payment over Vodafone Idea dues issue
At its fiscal first quarter earnings call on Friday, Indus' top management also said the tower company is constantly pushing its key customer, Vi, to clear its massive past dues, estimated at ₹9,500 crore.
DLF takes 51% stake in Mumbai project for Rs 400 crore
DLF has acquired a controlling 51% stake in a special purpose vehicle (SPV) responsible for a development project spanning around 3.5 million square feet in Mumbais Andheri area for approximately Rs 400 crore. “This is part of a bigger slum rehab scheme, where we anticipate that once the entire process is complete, the total saleable area should be in the range of 3 to 3.5 million square feet,” DLF chief executive Ashok Kumar Tyagi said during the real estate developer first quarter earnings call on Monday.
Vi paying monthly bills, but clearing arrears may need fundraise: Indus Towers
"...the fundraising for Vi is still critical in order to clear past dues... (We) await clarity (from the company) on past recoveries," JP Morgan said in a note after hosting an investor conference with Indus chief financial officer Vikas Poddar. Poddar has also said Indus may consider dividend payouts this financial year if collections from Vi don't worsen.