Tuesday, 20 November 2018

👉GPSSB Extension Officer (Cooperation) & Social Welfare Inspector Call Letter 2018 Declared..

👉GPSSB Extension Officer (Cooperation) & Social Welfare Inspector Call Letter 2018 Declared..


Gujarat Panchayat Seva Selection Board (GPSSB) Extension Officer (Cooperation) & Social Welfare Inspector Call Letter 2018 Out


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  • Extension Officer (Cooperation) (Advt. No.: 08/2018-19):
  • Social Welfare Inspector (Advt. No.: 4/2018-19):

Exam Date: 09-12-2018

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A mutual fund is both an investment and an actual company. This may seem strange, but it is actually no different than how a share of APL is a representation of Apple, Inc. When an investor buys Apple stock, he is buying part ownership of the company and its assets. Similarly, a mutual fund investor is buying part ownership of the mutual fund company and its assets. The difference is Apple is inthe business of making smartphones and tablets, while a mutual fund company is in the business of making investments.Mutual funds pool money from the investing public and use that money to buy other securities, usually stocks and bonds. The value of the mutual fund company depends on the performance of the securities it decides to buy. So when you buy a shareof a mutual fund, you are actually buying the performance of its portfolio.




A car insurance is the policy which covers your car against financial losses that you may face in case of accident or theft of car. You pay a certain amount as a premium to the insurance company to buy this cover, and they agree to pay for accidental damages and theft losses. As per IRDA (Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority), it is mandatory for any vehicle running on Indian roads to be covered under an active car insurance policy.

Car insurance is given to you based on various factors like the brand and model of your car, what kind of driver are you, and your past car insurance history. You may opt only for a third party cover or a comprehensive car policy based on your need.


                 Mutual funds invest in stocks, but certain types also invest in government and corporate bonds. Stocks are subject to the whims of the market and thus offer a higher return potential than bonds, but they also present more risk. Bonds, by contrast, provide a fixed return that is usually much lower than what an investor gets from stocks. The advantage of bonds is they are low risk. Only in an extreme situation, such as the complete failure of acorporation, does an investor not receive the return he was promised from a bond security. A mutual fund's investment profile depends on the type of fund. There are three main types: equity funds, fixed-income funds and balanced funds.
  



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