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Month: August 2020

Science of Alpha from Safety

Entering the Matrix-Understanding the Intelligent Digital Universe of the Omni AIoT US Portfolio

Entering the Matrix-Understanding the Intelligent Digital Universe of the Omni AIoT US Portfolio As of 2020, there are more bytes in the Digital Universe than stars in the real Universe! Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a multi-trillion-dollar opportunity and the Omni AIoT US portfolio is one of its kind investment opportunity that provides exposure to this…
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Entering the Matrix-Understanding the Intelligent Digital Universe of the Omni AIoT US Portfolio

Global OmniView August 2020 Entering the Matrix-Understanding the Intelligent Digital Universe of the Omni AIoT US Portfolio Download the full PDF report: Entering the Matrix – Understanding Omni AIoT US Segments   Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a multi-trillion-dollar opportunity and the Omni AIoT US portfolio is one of its kind investment opportunity that provides exposure…
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Should US equities be the core investment in an Indian portfolio?

(Published in Moneycontrol) US equity markets are the largest in the world, with a market cap of around $30 trillion, representing around 35 per cent of the global stock market capitalization. With a nominal GDP of around $21 trillion, the US economy represents around 25 per cent of the global pie.   Readon @Moneycontrol

How to reduce costs on your forex transfers from India

(Published in Mint)   Transferring money in and out of India is an expensive affair. Numerous transaction costs are involved, including the currency spread (the difference between a bank’s buying and selling rate), bank commission and GST (goods and service tax). In this piece, we will explore what these charges are and how you can…
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Despite years of lock-in, close-ended equity funds report losses

Published in Moneycontrol … With the fall in NAVs, investors in these close-ended schemes now face the prospect of making a loss at the time of exit. Even in schemes where NAVs are quoting above NFO prices, the gains are miniscule and investors would end up with returns that are much lower than fixed-income schemes.…
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