Founding partner & Head – MFs and equities
Bhavana was Deputy head of research at FundsIndia and was instrumental in converting many of the research outputs to products on the platform. She is a management graduate in finance with over 11 years of experience. 4 years were at FundsIndia, 7 years with The Hindu Business Line as research analyst.
Bhavana is an expert at analyzing stocks, sectors, and funds and creating portfolio products for investors. She is adept at providing structure and process to any research work and ensures a transparent and clear methodology to analysing products in an unbiased manner.
Bhavana’s ability to simplify complex analysis into simple, well-written, actionable commentaries has won the praise of many investors.
Bhavana is a management graduate from BIM.
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A systematic withdrawal plan (SWP) is pretty straightforward. You hold an amount in a fund, fix the amount you want to withdraw periodically from this
For investors preferring to go the passive route, options were limited until recently. With the passive landscape changing now, it’s becoming increasingly possible to build
Q: There’s news that L&T AMC is on the lookout for a sale. There’s also news of key fund managers resigning or switching AMCs. What
Should Nifty 50 be your only choice to play passive? What if a smarter fund can return better than the Nifty 50 or the Nifty
If someone wants to allocate equal amounts to a Nifty 50 index fund and a Nifty Next 50 index fund, then is it better to allocate that amount to a single Nifty 100 index fund? This was a query we received from a subscriber, and one we thought would be interesting for you to know as well. After all, the Nifty 50 and the Nifty Next 50 anyway add up to the Nifty 100 so wouldn’t it amount to the investing in same thing?