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Insurance is a means of protection from financial loss. It is a form of risk management primarily used to hedge against the risk of a contingent, uncertain loss.
An Investor's suggested behaviour during COVID 19 lockdown
Watch this video to get proper guidance related to your investments and portfolios, during this unique crisis situation of COVID 19. Also learn experts view on new investment propositions in terms of Risk and timelines. Get some smart tips and recommendation by our Founder & President Mr Abhinesh Kumar, Infinity Finserv Pvt Ltd
How to manage your SIPs in Mutual Fund ?
Its goes back to our childhood savings habit, wherein we use to put some money every day or every week. Remember those old days - u always seems to be in an anxiety about opening that 'Gullak' for purchasing your desired goods or items. In this webinar series, trainer has compared this Gullak savings habit with your SIP investments. He has covered the lesson in terms of adding an objective to every 'Gullak'; adding a timeline for every 'Gullak' and also about changing the format of 'Gullak' as per your Goal tenure. Must watch this whole series of webinar to learn more about SIP and getting the best out of it
How to generate regular income from your investments ?
Generally retired people need regular income, but now a days smart investors also are using regular income to create some capital protection strategy. Whatever the case may be - this session will help you in understanding all small details about regular income products. The trainer Mr Abhinesh Kumar, is a veteran in Financial market and is also a mentor to this company Infinity Finserv Pvt Ltd Disclaimer: The views expressed are personal views of the presenter, and does not construe any investment advice. Please consult your distributor or financial expert before taking any decision. Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, Please read all scheme related documents carefully before investing.
Learn about Bank FD vs Banking & PSU Bonds
Lending receipts are called as Debt receipts and participate receipts are called as Equity receipt. There are many Debt receipts which are non tradable and non transferrable , lilke- Bank FD, Post Office etc; and there are many Debt receipts which are transferable , like- Bonds and Debentures. Learn the difference between these two and also learn the advantages of investing in Banking & PSU Bonds as compared to the Bank FD. Watch this educative video to learn everything about Debt investing - better than Bank FD
Equity में निवेश - अभी या फिर बाद में ??
Equity investments is the most rewarding way to create wealth ! But 99% of retail investors get trapped in their own story of Fear & Greed, which acts a major hinderance in their investment process and they fail to achieve the scale of wealth, as desired ! Watch this video to get the right attitude and knowledge towards wealth creation
What is Asset Allocation ? | Benefits
Asset allocation is an investment strategy that aims to balance risk and reward by apportioning a portfolio's assets according to an individual's goals, risk tolerance, and investment horizon Watch this recorded Webinar conducted by Infirupee team , on 12th July , to showcase the advantage of Multi Asset Mutual Funds in India
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