Ms. Arthi holds an MBA degree and has several years of work experience in office administration and project management. Her love for the English language, inherent writing skills and her strong desire to write have motivated her to venture into content writing and proofreading. She has been successfully running her own blog related to “Food and Nutrition” owing to her graduation and passion in that field. She loves to travel, read and sing.
Mutual fund is a pool of money managed by a trust that collects money from a number of investors sharing similar investment objectives and invests the same in equities, bonds, money market instruments, and/or other securities.
Insurance that does not come under the ambit of Life insurance is called General Insurance. It is a common term used for all other insurance plans except life insurance that are instrumental in safeguarding your valuables against theft, fire, natural disasters, accidents, etc.
Shareholder value is the value delivered to the shareholders of a company by way of increase in dividends and capital gains for the shareholders due to the management’s ability to increase sales, earnings and free cash flow.
The most common question that comes to the mind of a novice investor is whether he/she should invest in shares or in mutual funds? The answer to this is not that straightforward.
Earning money is important but safeguarding and managing it wisely is even more vital. Managing one’s finances systematically is very crucial. Planning and budgeting are important aspects of managing finances.