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What is Rajiv Gandhi Equity Saving Scheme (RGESS)?

What is Rajiv Gandhi Equity Saving Scheme (RGESS)?

 

Rajiv Gandhi Equity Saving Scheme

Rajiv Gandhi Equity Saving Scheme (RGESS) is a tax saving scheme which was introduced by the Government of India in its Union Budget 2012-13. The main motto behind this scheme is to promote the equity investments among people and also to attract public participation in equity market. The equity investment means investments in shares of companies that are included in the BSE-100 or CNX-100 by purchasing shares or ETFs/Mutual funds which invest in stocks approved by the RGESS scheme. Continue reading

What is Equity Linked Savings Scheme (ELSS)?

What is Equity Linked Savings Scheme (ELSS)?

 

Equity Linked Savings Scheme

 

An Equity Linked Savings Scheme (ELSS) is an open ended mutual fund which provides investors both the better capital appreciation in longer term and the tax benefits as it comes under section (u/s) 80C of the Income Tax Act 1961. ELSS has a lock in period of 3 years that means investors can exit from these funds by selling only after completion of 3 years from the respective investment date. Continue reading

What is Technical Analysis of Stocks?

What is Technical Analysis of Stocks?

 

Technical Analysis of Stocks

The study of stock market action mainly through use of charts and other tools to forecast future trends is called Technical Analysis. In technical analysis, mainly the Price, Time, Volume and the Breadth of the stocks are considered. In other words we can say that technical analysis is the science of recording the actual history of trading in a geographical form to identify the stock market pattern. Continue reading

What is Fundamental Analysis of Stocks?

What is Fundamental Analysis of Stocks?

 

Fundamental Analysis of Stocks

The Fundamental Analysis is a technique through which the real value of the company’s stocks (whether overvalued, undervalued, or correctly valued) is determined by assessing the factors that affects the company’s business model and its future prospects. The fundamental analyst uses several valuation models such as dividend models (focus on expected dividends), earnings models (focus on expected earnings) and assets models (focus on the company’s assets) to forecast the future value of the company’s stocks. Continue reading