Category: Business /Finance/Economy

Companies with higher debt burden – preferable or not

  Companies with low debt and strong balance sheet have more stable cash flows and yield better return for investors. In tumbling economy ,companies with huge loans are facing problems in servicing debt as their profitability and cash flow are…

Investment in share market-Direct & Indirect Investment Options

Direct & Indirect Investment Option  You can invest in the share market through two ways Direct investment (through its own account) Indirect investment (through the mutual fund and insurance companies) Direct investment is good for the people who know the…

Basel Rules of Banking

Basel is the banking rules agreed by central bankers and regulators from around the world at meeting in BASEL, Switzerland. Basel I –In 1988, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision published a set of minimal capital requirements for banks, mainly…

Innovation

Innovation is the management of the entire activities involved in the process of idea generation, technology development, manufacturing and marketing of a new (or improved) product. Innovation includes both invention and diffusion. Apple is the biggest example of  an innovative…

Corporate Bonds, its Types & Components

Securities are financial instruments that represent a creditor relationship with corporation or government. Generally, they represent agreement to receive a certain amount depending on the terms contained within the agreement. It represents a promise to pay bondholders a fixed sum…

Gold ETFs and its benefits to investors

Gold ETFs are units representing physical gold, which may be in paper or dematerialized form. These units are traded on the exchange like a single stock of any company. Gold ETFs are intended to offer investors a means of participating…

Decisions by SEBI about IPO & MF on 16th August 2012

SEBI, the Regulatory authority of security Market in India comes with the new reform policies on IPO and Mf industry. Due to bad market condition investors’ confidence is very low towards the investment in shares as the risk factor is…