The equity of the publicly traded companies on the stock exchanges is called the public equity or common shares which are available to everyone. The equity part of the privately (not traded on stock exchanges) held companies is called the private equity. These equities are not easily available in the market and the investors can’t […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Exchange traded fund (ETF) are special types of funds designed to replicate the performance of a specific stock index, commodity prices, or bond index. They do so by investing in the same group of stocks, bonds or commodities in the proper weigh which are used to build the index. It is almost same as the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
As we know that investment in the Hedge Fund requires a very high minimum amount which only the high net worth individuals and pension, endowment, corporate funds can afford. To make the small retail investors enable to invest in hedge funds, the Fund of Funds are formed which invests in different hedge funds. Due to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A Hedge Fund is an investment fund which is formed to take any possible investment route or trading path to generate higher absolute returns. The main aim of hedge funds is to generate as much profit as possible using any kind of financial route from shares to derivatives to hedging etc. The basic characteristics of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Mutual Funds are the professionally managed funds by fund management companies which collectively invest money taken from many big and small investors in bonds, shares, money market instruments, commodities etc. to generate return from the same. The most important characteristics of Mutual Funds are Mutual funds are professionally managed. They are regulated by the market […]Continue Reading... No Comments.