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Friday, November 17, 2017

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(An Open-ended Asset Allocation Scheme)

It is an open-ended, diversified equity fund that aims to offer long-term capital growth, at relatively moderate levels of risk through a research-based investment approach.






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Thursday, November 16, 2017

ICICI Prudential Bharat 22 ETF

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ICICI Prudential AMC has launched Bharat 22 ETF, an open-ended exchange traded fund, that will invest in S&P BSE BHARAT 22 index. The ETF is a part of government's Rs 72,500-crore disinvestment program. The ETF aims to bring Rs 8,000 crore to the government.  

NFO window is open for anchor investor from today. It will be open to retail investors from tomorrow.  

Where will the ETF invest?
The fund aims to replicate the S&P BSE Bharat 22 Index, which will invest in 22 stocks in CPSE universe, stakes held under the Specified Undertaking of the Unit Trust of India (SUUTI) and Public Sector Banks (PSBs), mostly largecap companies across six sectors.

Currently, the index comprise large companies like ITC Ltd, Indian Oil Corp Ltd, Larsen & Toubro Ltd, SBI and so on. The portfolio of ETF will be rebalanced annually in March.

What does it offer?
The NFO is offering a discount of 3 per cent to all categories of investors. Unlike actively managed funds, it has a very low expense ratio of up to 1 bps (1 bps=0.001 per cent). The AMC claims it to be the lowest expense ratio in India ETF universe.  

The S&P BSE Bharat 22 Index holds mostly large and stable stocks, which reflects in its return. The index has beaten benchmark indices like Sensex (See table below).
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Should you invest?
Nimesh Shah, MD & CEO, ICICI Prudential Asset Management Company, says the ETF is an attractive opportunity for long term investors. We believe the ETF offers an attractive long term investment opportunity to partake in the India growth story by way of a diversified blend of companies spread across several sectors and are available at attractive valuation and a good subscription discount


It is a diversified portfolio for the long term. The 3% discount makes it slightly attractive for investors. Investors looking at diversified, low cost options to invest in, large cap companies with a good dividend paying track record can consider this fund. One needs to have a demat account to invest in this




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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Liquid Funds

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Liquid Funds are for those who have Surplus Money in hand but don't want to invest them in Fixed Deposits as they give better interest rates than FD. Money can be parked in them for a short period of 5 days even. The biggest advantage is you can do redemption and get your money back in you account in 24 hours flat , unlike an FD.

  • Invests in very short-term market instruments such as treasury bills, government securities and call money.
  • Suitable for investors having capacity to bear Minimum Risk.
  • On Redemption and get your money back in you account in 24 hours .
  • Least Volatile as NAV of Liquid Funds in not volatile.
  • Liquid funds do not suffer exit load.

Liquid funds are ideal parking grounds when you have a sudden influx of cash either because you have received money from any legal settlement or from maturity of investments. It is noteworthy that liquid funds cannot be a full-fledged substitute for a savings bank account.


That said, given the low interest rates (about 4 per cent mostly and 6-7 per cent in the case of one or two banks) in savings account, you would do well to temporarily put your money in liquid funds to earn slightly higher interest. You can exit the scheme anytime without any exit load and receive your funds the next day.


Another way to make use of liquid funds is invest your lump sum receipts in them and then opt for a systematic transfer plan to invest in equity funds of your choice. Often, you would use SIPs to invest in equity funds. That is fine when you invest out of your monthly savings. But if you receive a large sum at one go, you can use liquid funds in such instances, to enhance your returns.


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Bharat 22 ETF

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Here is a Brief on Bharat 22 ETF, the New Fund Offer (NFO) from ICICI Prudential AMC



What is Bharat 22 ETF?
The government of India, in the Budget speech of 2017, announced its plan to achieve a divestment target of Rs 72,500 crore in the FY 2017-18. Bharat 22 ETF has been set up as one of its vehicle to achieve the target. It is an open-ended Exchange Traded Fund which will invest in similar composition and weightages as they appear in Bharat 22 Index.


How is the underlying index (S&P BSE Bharat 22 index) constituted?
The index is collectively comprised of 22 stocks of Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSE), Public Sector Banks and private companies which are Strategic Holding of Specified Undertaking of Unit Trust of India (SUUTI). The said 22 stocks are spread across six sectors (Basic Materials, Energy, Finance, FMCG, Industrials and Utilities).


The index invests a maximum of 15% in a single stock and 20 per cent in a particular sector.







Who will manage the scheme?
The government of India has appointed ICICI Prudential AMC to create, launch and manage Bharat 22 ETF. Mr. Kayzad Eghlim will manage the fund.


Who should invest in Bharat 22 ETF?
The scheme is intended for investors who are seeking long-term wealth creation through a diversified portfolio which is largely comprised of high-quality public sector undertakings.


Is there any lock-in period?
There is a lock-in period of 30 days from the date of allotment for Anchor investors. There is no lock-in period for others, including retail investors, retirement funds, qualified institutional buyers (QIBs) and non-institutional investors (NIIs).


What are the tax implications?
The taxation treatment for Bharat 22 ETF is in line with other equity mutual fund schemes. Short-term capital gains (STCG), that is, gains if the investment is held up to one year is taxed at 15% plus surcharge and cess as applicable. Long-term capital gains (LTCG), that is, gains if the investment is held for more than one year are tax-free.


How can I invest in Bharat 22 ETF?
The NFO is open for subscription from November 15 to November 17, 2017 for retail investors. Applications to invest in Bharat 22 ETF through NFO can be submitted online as well as offline. Offline applications can be submitted to any of the service centre of ICICI Prudential AMC or CAMS. For online application, ICICI Prudential AMC website, IPRUTOUCH mobile app and other platforms like BSE Star MF, MF Utility, CAMSONLINE, etc may be used.


It is mandatory for the applicants to hold a Demat account in which the allotted units will be delivered. Minimum and maximum application amount for retail investors is Rs 5,000 and Rs 2 lakh, respectively.


Is there any extra benefit in investing through the New Fund Offer (NFO)?
Units of Bharat 22 ETF are being offered at a discount of 3 per cent on the basis of the Reference Market Price. Reference Market Price is determined as an average of FVWP (Full Day Volume Weighted Price) on BSE from November 15 to November 17, 2017.


When are the units allotted? How?
Units of Bharat 22 ETF will be allotted to the successful applicants in whole numbers within 5 business days from the closure of the NFO period. They will be delivered directly to the Demat account of the applicant.


What happens in the case of oversubscription or under subscription?
In case the NFO is oversubscribed, the units will be allotted in proportion to the amount of the applications received. And, in case of under subscription, all the units applied shall be allotted. Refund amount, in case of oversubscription or unsuccessful application, will be directly credited to the bank account of the applicant registered with his/her Demat account.


The maximum amount to be raised by BHARAT 22 ETF shall be allocated in the following manner.

 Anchor investors: Not exceeding 25% of 'Maximum Amount to be Raised'

• Non-Anchor investors:
RIIs
- Not exceeding 25% of 'Maximum Amount to be Raised'
RFs - Not exceeding 25% of 'Maximum Amount to be Raised'
QIBs and NIIs- Not exceeding 25% of 'Maximum Amount to be Raised'

How can I liquidate my investments in Bharat 22 ETF?
The units of Bharat 22 ETF will be listed on BSE and NSE within 5 business days from the date of allotment. Units can be freely traded on the stock exchange like direct equity shares, once they are listed.





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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Income Funds



Income funds are those mutual funds which invest in bonds and government securities.

Income funds have exposure to corporate bonds and government securities of varying maturities, and are classified as short, mid and long term.

Corporate Bonds: These are bonds issued by corporate to raise funds. These generally have a higher interest rate compared to government securities, owing to higher risks involved compared to the latter.

Further the corporate bonds can be in the form of:

Coupon Bearing Bonds: These bonds are issued at face value and have a coupon which is paid annually/semi-annually or quarterly varying from company to company. At maturity, investors would get the face value plus the interest accrued between the last coupon paid and the maturity.

Zero Coupon Bonds / Deep Discount Bonds: These bonds do not have a coupon and are issued at a discount to the face value. At maturity, an investor would get the face value.

These are traded in the secondary market and the yield-to-maturity is calculated based on the remaining maturity period, price of bond, and also the coupon in case of coupon bearing bonds.

A fund manager with the help of a research team reviews the situation and takes exposure in the bonds of different maturities.

Apart from holding the bonds with higher yields, they can also sell the bonds in the secondary market for capital appreciation.

Dated Government Securities: More popularly known as GILTs, they are issued by the central government and are long term borrowing instruments that vary in maturities up to 30 years. The interest is paid mostly half-yearly unless specified and coupon is either fixed or floating. They are sold through a process of auction by the RBI. Being government securities, they carry a lowerinterest rate compared to corporate bonds but still enjoy a lot of demand in the secondary market.

State Development Loans: Similar to GILTs issued by central government, these are dated securities issued by State Government. These also are issued through an auction process similar to GILTs and interest is paid on a half-yearly basis

How does an Income Fund work?

When interest rates come down, higher coupon bearing bonds will have higher demand and have double the benefit of earning higher coupons or when sold in the market also attract higher bargain price thus, there will also be a capital gain apart from the high coupon which is received on an annual/semi-annual basis. Let us assume there is a 12 year bond with 10.5% coupon which is bought at Rs 100.

In case in two years time, interest rates come down and new bonds are available with 10 years maturity offer you 8.5% and one is looking at an internal rate of return (IRR) of 9.5%. The 10.5% bond can be bought at Rs 106.28. So, in case the initial buyer of the bond sells it in the market at 106.28, he would have earned a return of 12.84%, or hold the bond till maturity and get 10.5% p.a. Let us assume there is a 4 year bond with 10.5% coupon which is bought at Rs 100.

2 years maturity offers you 8.5% and one is looking at an IRR of 9.5%. The 10.5% bond can be bought at Rs 103.2. In case the initial buyer of the bond sells it in the market at Rs 103.2, he would have earned a return of 11.46% or hold the bond till maturity and get 10.5% p.a.

Thus, a longer maturity bond not only gives you higher rate for longer tenure till maturity, but also provides an opportunity to generate capital gains. Income funds are a good, stable hedge against economic uncertainty.

The Current Scenario

Based on the interest rate scenario one can capitalize by investing in income funds of various maturities. Let us take the case of the current scenario where if RBI goes for rate cuts in the further monetary policy review meetings. The intensity in the rate cut by RBI again depends on various factors. For the time being, we would assume RBI goes in for a 25 bps rate cut in the upcoming review. What happens then is that, the fresh papers which would come into the market will have lower interest rates. Thus, for an investor to have higher interest rates they have to go into the sec- ondary market and buy. In this situation, when the expectation is that RBI may resort to rate cuts to the extent of 20-50 bps in the next year and a half period, the demand for higher interest yielding in- struments traded in the secondary market will have huge demand. This gives an op- portunity to the investor who is currently holding the higher interest bearing bonds to either hold it till maturity or sell them in the secondary market at a premium thereby getting capital appreciation. For a buy side investor, the idea would be to calculate the price at which a bond can be bought so that, even on paying a premium, he still can get effective yield higher than the available papers on offer.

Repo Rate

Repo rate is the rate at which RBI lends money to banks. Thus when banks bor- row money, they have to pay them interest of 6.25% (as per the current rate), thus this is important for normal public as well as the companies as this would form the basis of the lending rates by Banks. The repo rate is currently at 6.25% after RBI has decided to maintain the status quo in the last monetary policy review. Many including the corporate sector would expect rate cuts going forward. Now that Inflation seems to have been coming down drastically, rate cut seems to be on the cards in the next review.

Overall, income funds form a good base for an investor to consider investments in them as they have the capability of delivering competitive returns in the current scenario. Investors who are looking for stable returns mainly for the purpose of retirement may consider having certain allocation to these funds.



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DSP BlackRock MF launches DSP BlackRock ACE Fund

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DSP BlackRock Mutual Fund announced the launch of DSP BlackRock ACE (Analysts' Conviction Equalized) Fund - Series 1, a multi cap fund (a close ended equity scheme investing across large cap, mid cap and small cap stocks).

In a press release, the company said, "The scheme portfolio will consist of 45-55 high conviction ideas picked across sectors and market capitalizations. The scheme will avoid sector and stock allocation bias. It will do so by having sectoral allocation in line with NIFTY 500 and equal weights for all stocks within a sector. Stock weights will be rebalanced quarterly and stock inclusions/exclusions will be done real-time. The scheme also aims to protect the portfolio against falling markets through put options at a reasonable price."


The company further said, "The three main pillars on which this scheme is based are People, Process and downside Protection. Top investment ideas are generated by analysts from a 16 member equity investment team. Access to these high-conviction equity ideas based on a foundation of a robust investment process coupled with potential downside protection when markets are trading at higher-than-average valuation levels are reasons why investors can consider the fund."


The fund will be managed by M. Suryanarayan and will be open for subscription during its NFO period from 17 November, 2017 to 1 December, 2017.

Kalpen Parekh, President, DSP BlackRock Mutual Fund said, "The fund is a manifestation of our strong belief that process precedes performance when it comes to effective fund management. Through the fund, we are creating a market expansion opportunity for new investors as well as conservative investors, as the fund offers a blend of stock selection by a disciplined process of our analysts' team along with use of low cost put options that would provide downside protection to the portfolio if the markets were to fall."


Anup Maheshwari, CIO - Equities, DSP BlackRock Mutual Fund said, "With the launch of this fund, we are aiming to bring analysts conviction to the forefront. This fund is an attractive proposition for investors looking for better risk- adjusted returns given the potential for long term capital appreciation with likely lower volatility."




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Monday, November 13, 2017

Why NRIs Should Invest In India?

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India with its sustained impressive growth rate, domestic demand driven economy and well regulated financial markets, is the market of choice for global investments. Within emerging markets, India has a wider growth base than other BRIC countries with strong contribution from services, agriculture and manufacturing sector.

Interestingly; currently only 3.7% of Indian savings flow into equity investments. Any incremental growth in this flow can be a big boost for the markets.

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TAX ON HOUSE SOLD BEFORE 5 Years of Purchase

 

THE GOVERNMENT offers generous tax benefits to those who buy houses on loans. But if the buyer turns into a seller too early, some of these benefits are rolled back. If you sell the house within five years, the tax benefits availed of under Sec 80C for the principal repayment will get reversed. This could mean a heavy tax liability if you have claimed deduction for the principal repayment of the home loan under Sec 80C. You won't be able to keep this under wraps because the buyer may seek tax benefits on the same property. However, the deduction for the interest on the home loan under Sec 24 will not be rolled back.

Similarly, if you have ended a life insurance policy within three years of purchase, any tax deduction availed on the policy will be reversed. Not many taxpayers are aware of this rule about insurance policies. No taxpayer is so honest as to report this in his ITR and pay additional tax for the previous years

Wait for at least five years before selling a house or three years before ending a life insurance policy.

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Friday, November 10, 2017

Can the value of a GILT Fund become negative?

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Gilt funds are funds which invest in government bonds. Any kind of bond carries two types of risks. One is if interest rates go up and down and second if the interest or principal are not paid back in time.

Gilt funds do not generally face the latter risk because governments do not generally default on a debt.

However, if interest rates rise, gilt funds fall much more than others. This is because they generally hold bonds of a long maturity which are more affected by interest rate movements.


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Home Loan Balance Transfer

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Financial implications of a home loan have their ups and downs. No matter how much research you do before opting for one, its long tenure may lead to a situation where prevailing interest rates may be significantly lower or higher than your home loan rate. To seek benefits of a lower interest rate scenario due to improved economic conditions, a home loan borrower may opt for the balance transfer option or even consider renegotiating the home loan with the existing bank.


Here is an active comparison between the two to help you choose the best case scenario to achieve lower interest rate benefits.

Understanding home loan balance transfer

Home loan balance transfer option allows you to seek a home loan from a different lender at lower interest rates than your ongoing loan. The new lender approves the loan request as a new loan and pays the outstanding loan amount to the current bank. All future EMIs are paid to the new lender as per the home loan interest rates at the time of seeking the new loan. Effectively with a home loan balance transfer option, you close your older loan and seek a fresh new home loan with a different lender at lower interest rates.

Working overview of home loan balance transfer

A home loan balance transfer is like refinancing your home loan completely. To facilitate a home loan refinance you need to talk to your existing lending bank and seek a no objection certificate for a loan transfer. The bank will give you a No Objection Certificate (NOC) along with details of the outstanding loan amount. On submission of the NOC and outstanding details to the new bank, payment will be made to the older bank if the loan is approved. The older bank will destroy all your post dated cheques, and all new EMI payments are to be made to the new lending bank.

Reasons why you should or should not consider a balance transfer option

Opting for a balance transfer option may appear to be a beneficial move especially if there is a vast difference in interest rates. The move however may not always be a beneficial one. The new bank considers the loan request as a new loan even if you as a borrower may think of it as a loan transfer. As a result the new bank charges loan processing fee, legal fee, valuation fee, other stamp duty and associated charges increasing the cost of the loan.

Ideally a balance transfer option works to the benefit of the borrower only if the loan is in its initial period of 4 to 5 years since the interest component of EMI's being paid is the highest in the initial years. For loans in mid tenure or nearing the end, a balance transfer option can actually work against the borrower financially since they would have already made the higher interest rate repayment charges to the bank.

Renegotiating home loan with the current lender

Compared to a home loan balance transfer, renegotiating with your existing lender may sometimes work as a better option. If you have been paying regular EMIs without default and have a good credit history and working relationship with the bank, there is a good chance that the bank may consider an interest rate reset request for your loan. In such a scenario you have the option of either request for a reduced loan EMI or increase in the loan tenure to reduce effective EMI as per your financial preference. With no extra loan processing charges, such a renegotiated loan can actually be more pocket-friendly in the long run.

Conclusion: A balance transfer option should be considered only if the current lender does not agree for any negotiation, there is a significant difference in interest rates and the loan is in the initial phase to be a cost effective solution.



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