The Telegraph – May 23 , 2016 www.telegraphindia.com/1160523/jsp/business/story_87043.jsp#.V5415HN95dg Debt direction – A smart selection of funds is key to debt fund investment, says Nilanjan Dey
The debt profile of India Inc does not appear very healthy right now. Fresh doubts are being raised about the quality of debt issuances by companies, thanks to a number of negative factors that investors can ill afford to ignore.
The Telegraph – October 12, 2015 www.telegraphindia.com/1151012/jsp/business/story_47483.jsp#.VmBRqNLRKko
The recent RBI move to reduce the repo rate by 50 basis points is set to have serious repercussions for savers, beginning with an inevitable cut in interest rates on fixed deposits. This is likely to relegate FDs a few notches lower on the popularity charts, creating additional scope for investments in debt funds, the performance of which will depend on market conditions.
The Telegraph Feb 9, 2015 www.telegraphindia.com/1150209/jsp/business/story_2244.jsp#.VmBRLtLRKko
The current macroeconomic situation seems to have tilted the scales in favour of a lower interest rate regime and investors in long-term debt funds stand to gain the most from this. Let us understand step by step the present environment and why investors will do well to add duration to their debt holdings.
The Telegraph, Personal Finance: Edition dt. August 12, 2013. www.telegraphindia.com/archives/archive.html
Debt direction: Pare your expectations. Minor rejigs in your debt portfolio will help you sail through the testing times.
There are financial products and there are financial products. Not all of them are for you. Product appropriateness/suitability can hold the key to returns. The Telegraph, Personal Finance, July 8, 2013: www.telegraphindia.com/archives/archive.html