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Commodity FAQ
1) What is a Commodity ?
2) What are commodity futures ?
3) Who are the players in the Commodity Market ? Investors in the commodities market fall into the following categories:
4) How do Commodity prices move ?
5) Indian Commodity Market ?
6) Who regulates the Indian Commodity Future Market ?
7) What are the major commodity exchanges ?
8) What are the commodity derivatives market timings ?
9) Is delivery of commodities available ? Is it compulsory ?
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Equity FAQ
1) What is Capital Market?
2) What is Financial Market ?
3) What is Stock Market ?
4) What is Money Market ?
5) Who are the main participants in the capital market ?
6) Who are the main participants in the capital market ?
7) How do I buy financial instruments as investment options ?
8) How risky is the Stock Market ?
9) If Stock Market is so risky, why are people in it ?
10) How can I achieve success in stock market ?
11) What is the best suggestion for investment ?
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IPO FAQ
What is IPO ?
Basis of Allotment
About Public Issues
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The Process:
IPO Important Link
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MF FAQ
1) What is Mutual Fund ?
2) What is the history of Mutual Funds in India and role of SEBI in mutual funds industry ?
3) How is a mutual fund set up ?
4) What is Net Asset Value (NAV) of a scheme ?
5) What are the different types of mutual fund schemes ?
6) What are sector specific funds/schemes ?
7) What are Tax Saving Schemes ?
8) What is a Fund of Funds (FoF) scheme ?
9) What is a Load or no-load Fund ?
10) Can a mutual fund impose fresh load or increase the load beyond the level mentioned in the offer documents ?
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