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How to Calculate Time Value, Intrinsic Value & Premium of an Option ?
 
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Premium = Time Value + Intrinsic Value Intrinsic Value ( CALL) = Max ( 0, Spot - Strike ) Intrinsic Value ( PUT ) = Max ( 0, Strike - Spot ) Time Value is maximum at the start of the contract Time value is zero at Expiry.
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What is a Mutual Fund ? Why it is Called a Pass Through Vehicle ?
 
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A Mutual Fund is a trust that pools the savings of a number of investors who share a common financial goal. Anybody with an investible surplus of as little as a few hundred rupees can invest in Mutual Funds. These investors buy units of a particular Mutual Fund scheme that has a defined investment objective and strategy. The money thus collected is then invested by the fund manager in different types of securities. These could range from shares to debentures to money market instruments, depending upon the scheme’s stated objectives. The income earned through these investments and the capital appreciation realized by the scheme is shared by its unit in proportion to the number of units owned by them. Thus a Mutual Fund is the most suitable investment for the common man as it offers an opportunity to invest in a diversified, professionally managed basket of securities at a relatively low-cost. For Online NISM MF Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - https://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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What is the difference between Hedging, Speculation and Arbitraging ?
 
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Hedging is done only to safeguard the portfolio. Speculation is done for profits, by taking risks. Arbitraging is done for small profits with safety. NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - ttps://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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How to Pass NISM Equity Derivatives Exam ?
 
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NISM Equity Derivatives Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Training Tutorial - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCZvkZJiAVK7fybFd2L9aDx4v6xZ3Ot-2 How to tackle Negative marks in NISM exam ? - https://youtu.be/yp7jpf2ipyU?list=PLCZvkZJiAVK7fybFd2L9aDx4v6xZ3Ot-2 NISM Equity Derivatives Exam Preparation - How to clear the NISM exam ?
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NISM MF 11 - TDS & STT
 
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This Video explains about tax deducted at source and securities transaction tax for mutual funds.
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Positions in Derivatives | Open Position | Calendar Spread | Long & Short Positions
 
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Taking Positions in Derivatives Market - open position, calender spread, long position, short position
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NISM MF 07 - Passive Funds
 
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This video explains about Passive Funds
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NISM MF 08 - Index funds
 
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This video explains about Index funds
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What are Debt Mutual Funds ? Types of Debt Funds, Explained
 
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Debt Mutual Funds Invest in Bonds / Debentures Bonds have a Fixed Maturity Bonds Pay Coupon or Interest Government / Corporate Bonds etc Short / Medium / Long Term etc Overnight Fund - Securities having maturity of 1 day Liquid Fund - maturity of upto 91 days only Ultra Short Duration - Macaulay duration of the portfolio is between 3 months - 6 months Low Duration - Macaulay duration of the portfolio is between 6 months- 12 months Money Market - Money Market instruments having maturity upto 1 year Short Duration - Macaulay duration of the portfolio is between 1 year – 3 years Medium Duration - Macaulay duration of the portfolio is between 3 years – 4 years Medium to Long Duration - Macaulay duration of the portfolio is between 4 – 7 years Long Duration - Macaulay duration of the portfolio is greater than 7 years Dynamic Bond - Investment across Duration Corporate Bond Fund - 80% of total assets in AA+ rating Credit Risk Fund - 65% of total assets in AA and below rating Banking & PSU Fund - Bonds of banks, PSU, Public Financial Institutions, Municipal Bonds- 80% of total assets Gilt Fund - Gsecs- 80% of total assets Gilt Fund – 10 year Constant Duration 80% of total assets such that Macaulay duration of the portfolio is equal to 10 years Floater Fund - investment in floating rate instruments- 65% of total assets NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - https://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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NISM MF 17 - Liquid Funds - NAV Cutoff Timing
 
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This Video explains about cutoff timings for Liquid funds
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Front Office, Middle Office & Back Office | Securities Broking Operations
 
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Front Office, Middle Office & Back Office A trade is the conversion of an order placed on the exchange which results into pay-in and pay-out of funds and securities. Trade ends with the settlement of the order placed. The following steps are involved in a trade’s life cycle: 1. Placing of Order 2. Risk management and routing of order 3. Order matching and its conversion into trade 4. Affirmation and Confirmation (only for institutional deals) 5. Clearing and settlement NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - https://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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Mutual Fund Terminologies - NFO, SIP, SWP, STP, SWITCH, Redemption, Folio
 
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Mutual Fund Terms NFO - New Fund Offer STP Systematic Transfer Plan SWP Systematic Withdrawal Plan Switch - Switching from one fund to another, Folio - Account number for investor Redemption - Withdrawal
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Types of Derivatives | Forwards, Futures, Options & Swaps
 
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Types of Derivatives - Forwards, Futures, Options ( Call Option & Put Options ) & Swaps NISM Equity Derivatives Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Equity Derivatives Training Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCZvkZJiAVK7fybFd2L9aDx4v6xZ3Ot-2
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Capital Market - Depository System
 
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Multi Depository system - NSDL & CDSL
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NISM ED - Corporate Actions
 
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Corporate Actions
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NISM MF 29 - MF Offer Document
 
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This Video explains about OFFER DOCUMENT
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How to Hedge Your Portfolio ?
 
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Hedging is done to protect the portfolio from the market fall. Hedging can be done by going Short (SELL) on the corresponding futures contract of the same underlying share. For eg , A portfolio of 7500 shares of BHEL can be hedged by going short on 1 lot of BHEL futures ( assuming lot size of BHEL futures is 7500) Hedging can also be done by buying PUT options or by selling call options of BHEL.
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What is a Gold Exchange Traded Fund ?
 
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GETF - Gold Exchange Traded Funds A Special MF Scheme investing in Pure Physical Gold Open Ended MF Traded in Exchanges like a Share Units Stored in Demat Account Electronic form of Storage for Gold 1 Unit Equivalent to 1 Gm of Gold
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How does Beta measure a Stock's Market Risk ?
 
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Beta - market risk - systematic risk - a measure of systematic risk of a security that cannot be avoided through diversification. It measures the sensitivity of a scrip/ portfolio vis-a-vis index movement over a period of time, on the basis of historical prices
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How are Futures Contracts settled on daily basis ? MTM
 
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Mark to Market Margin ( MTM ) - In futures market, profits and losses are settled on day-to-day basis – called mark to market (MTM) settlement. The exchange collects these margins (MTM margins) from the loss making participants and pays to the gainers on day-to-day basis
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What is Basis in futures ?  What is Tick Size ?
 
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Tick Size is 5 paise in NSE derivatives exchange. Basis is the difference between spot and futures price.
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What are Hybrid Schemes ? | Types of Hybrid Mutual fund Schemes
 
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Hybrid Mutual Fund Schemes and its types Conservative – Equity 10 to 25%, Debt – 75 to 90% Balanced – Equity 40 to 60%, Debt 40 to 60%. No Arbitrage Aggressive – Equity 65 to 80%, Debt 20 to 35% Dynamic Asset Allocaion of Balanced Advantage Fund (BAF) Multi Asset Allocation 3 different asset classes Minimum 10% in each asset class. Eg. Equity 10%, Debt 10%, Gold 10% Equity Savings Min Equity 65% Min Debt 10% Hedging & Arbitraging is allowed NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - https://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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NISM MF 23 - Asset Allocation (MF)
 
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This Video explains about asset allocation strategies
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Types of Mutual Funds | Open Ended & Closed Ended Funds
 
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Types of Mutual Funds Open ended funds are open for investors to enter or exit at any time, even after the NFO. When existing investors acquire additional units or new investors acquire units from the open-ended scheme, it is called a sale transaction. It happens at a sale price, which is linked to the NAV. When investors choose to return any of their units to the scheme and get back their equivalent value (in terms of units), it is called a re-purchase transaction. This happens at a re-purchase price that is linked to the NAV. Although some unit-holders may exit from the scheme, wholly or partly, the scheme continues operations with the remaining investors. The scheme does not have any kind of time frame in which it is to be closed. The on-going entry and exit of investors implies that the unit capital in an open-ended fund would keep changing on a regular basis. Close-ended funds have a fixed maturity. Investors can buy units of a close-ended scheme, from the fund, only during its NFO. The fund makes arrangements for the units to be traded, post-NFO in a stock exchange. This is done through listing of the scheme in a stock exchange. Such listing is compulsory for close-ended schemes. Therefore, after the NFO, investors who want to buy units will have to find a seller for those units in the stock exchange. Similarly, investors who want to sell units will have to find a buyer for those units in the stock exchange. Since post-NFO, sale and purchase of units happen to or from counter-party in the stock exchange – and not to or from the scheme – the unit capital of the scheme remains stable or fixed. Since the post-NFO sale and purchase transactions happen on the stock exchange between two different investors, and that the fund is not involved in the transaction, the transaction price is likely to be different from the NAV. Depending on the demand-supply situation for the units of the scheme on the stock exchange, the transaction price could be higher or lower than the prevailing NAV. NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - https://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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Put Option Explained with an Example in 2 minutes
 
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Put option - The Buyer of the Put option has the RIGHT TO SELL the lot size number of shares of the underlying at the strike price on or before the expiry date. NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - htps://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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How to Become a Mutual Fund Distributor
 
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Step By Step Process Flow for getting Mutual Fund Distribution License ( ARN CARD ) NISM Mutual Fund Training - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCZvkZJiAVK56z_al_5b-4WMMRUXMWydc NISM Mutual Fund Study Notes & Mock Test Papers at http://bit.ly/2HwB79R
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Derivatives Terminology - FUTSTK, FUTIDX, OPTSTK, OPTIDX
 
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Derivatives Product Terminology - FUTSTK - Stock Futures | FUTIDX - Index Futures | OPTSTK - Stock Options | OPTIDX - Index Options NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - https://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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How is a Futures contract Closed ? | Squared-off &  Exercise
 
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Square off and Exercise - Methods to avoid the obligation from a futures contract. NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - https://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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NISM MF 27 - Risk Adjusted Return
 
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This Video explains about Risk Adjusted returns - SHARPE RATIO, TREYNOR RATIO.
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How To Save Tax Using ELSS Mutual Fund ? | Equity Linked Savings Scheme
 
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ELSS - Equity Linked Saving Scheme Min investment – Rs 500 Max Investment – NO Limit Max tax Benefit – Rs 1.5 Lakhs Section – 80C Lock-in – 3 years. Dividend Payout & Growth SIP – Yes. SIP – Each installment Locked for 3 years NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - https://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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NISM MF - Product Labeling - Riskometer
 
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Risks associated with MF Schemes - Classification of MF Schemes based on Risk - Mutual Fund Color Codes
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NISM Equity Derivatives Chapterwise Weightages
 
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Weightages given to each chapter in NISM equity derivatives exam Click Here https://nism.modelexam.in/nismED.html for more details on this NISM series 8 EDCE exam NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - https://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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Capital Gains Tax on Mutual Funds Explained | LTCG & STCG Taxes
 
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Capital Gains Taxes ( LTCG & STCG Taxes ) Short Term Capital gains STCG ( duration) Less than or Equal to 1 year for Equity oriented scheme Less than or Equal to 3 years for Non Equity Schemes Long Term Capital gains LTCG ( Duration ) Greater than 1 year for Equity Schemes Greater than 3 Years for Non Equity Schemes Equity Schemes Schemes Short Term 15% Long Term 10% for gains exceeding Rs 1 Lakh Non Equity Schemes Short Term Marginal Rate Long Term 20% after Indexation NRI – LTCG tax Non Equity Listed Schemes - 20% after indexation Unlisted – 10% without indexation Companies – STCG tax Non Equity 25% if total Turnover is less than 250 crore
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NISM MF 16 - NAV Cutoff Timing
 
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This Video explains about NAV Cut off timings.
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NISM Mutual Fund Distributors Exam Pattern | How to Apply for Mutual Fund Exam
 
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NISM 5A Mutual Fund Distributor Exam Pattern 100 Questions X 1 Mark each Duration - 2 Hours Passing Score - 50% No Negative Mark for Wrong Answers Attempt All Questions in NISM MF Exam Procedure to become MF Distributor : https://nism.modelexam.in/amfi-mock-test.html NISM Mutual Fund Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ Mutual Fund Study Material - https://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html how to apply for mutual fund exam https://nism.modelexam.in/NISM_Registration_Procedure.html
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How to Calculate Time Value, Intrinsic Value & Cut off Price of an Option ?
 
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Premium = Intrinsic Value + Time Value Here, Premium value of Rs 326 for 10400 ( Nifty Strike ) is taken from NSE website. Intrinsic Value ( Call ) = Max ( 0, spot - strike ) = max (0, 10700 - 10400) = max (0,300) = 300 Time value = Premium - Intrinsic value = 326 - 300 = 26 Cut off Price or Break Even Price ( call option ) = Strike + Premium = 10400 + 326 = 10726
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How to Measure the Liquidity of a Stock ? - Impact Cost
 
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Impact Cost measures liquidity of a stock in the market. Impact cost varies with transaction size. Also, it would be different for buy side and sell side.
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NISM DOCE - Off Market Transfer
 
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This video explains about the various features of an off market transfer of securities.
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NISM MF 13 -  Types of Risk ( Mutual Fund )
 
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This Video explains about types of risks
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NISM MF 25 - Systematic Transfer Plan
 
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This Video explains about Systematic Transfer Plan
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What are the Charges in Mutual Fund ? How Much Commission does a Distributor Earn ?
 
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Charges in Mutual Fund 1. Upfront Commission 2. Trail Commission 3. Transaction Charges NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - https://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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NISM ED - Client Level Position LImit
 
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Client Level Position Limit - How much an individual client can trade in derivatives market
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What is NAV of a Mutual Fund ? How is it Calculated ?
 
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NAV calculation for a Mutual Fund Scheme The Net Asset Value (NAV) of a mutual fund is the price at which units of a mutual fund are bought or sold. It is the market value of the fund after deducting its liabilities. The value of all units of a mutual fund portfolio are calculated on a daily basis, from this all expenses are then subtracted. The result is then divided by the total number of units the resultant value is the NAV. NAV is also sometimes referred to as Net Book Value or book Value. NAV indicates the market value of the units in a fund. So, it helps an investor keep track of the performance about the mutual fund. An investor can calculate the actual increase in the value of their investment by determining the percentage increase in the mutual fund NAV. NAV, therefore, gives accurate information about the performance about the mutual fund. Calculation of NAV Mutual fund assets usually fall under two categories – securities & cash. Securities, here, include both bonds and stocks. Therefore, the total asset value of a fund will include its stocks, cash and bonds at market value. Dividends and interest accrued and liquid assets are also included in total assets. Also, liabilities like money owed to creditors, and other expenses accrued are also included. Net Asset Value (NAV) = (Assets – Debts) / (Number of Outstanding units) Assets = Market value of mutual fund investments + Receivables + Accrued Income Debts = Liabilities + Expenses (accrued) The market value of the stocks & debentures is usually the closing price on the stock exchange where these are listed.Some points to note The mutual fund itself and/or certain accounting firms calculate the NAV of a mutual fund. Since, mutual funds depend on stock markets, they are usually declared after the closing hours of the exchange. Also, NAV is obtained after subtracting the expense ratio of a fund. This expense ratio is the total of all expenses made by the mutual fund annually, including the operating expenses and the management fees, distribution and marketing fees, transfer agent fees, custodian fees and audit fees.
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NISM ED - Market Wide Position Limit
 
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Market Wide position limit in derivatives market is derived from Free float holding of stocks
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NISM DOCE - Pledge Creation
 
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Pledge Creation for Physical and Demat Shares
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NISM MF 24 - Fixed & Flexible Asset Allocation
 
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This Video explains about Fixed & Flexible Asset Allocation
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How Much Dividend Distribution Tax ( DDT ) is Applicable for Mutual Funds ?
 
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Dividend Distribution Tax Applicable for Mutual Funds Individual / HUF Equity 10% Non-Equity 25% Infrastructure Debt Scheme 25% (*5% for NRI ) Corporate Equity 10% Non-Equity 30% Infrastructure Debt Scheme 30% NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - https://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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What is NAV of Mutual Fund? Sale Price & Repurchase Price Explained
 
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Net Asset Value (NAV) – Current market price of the unit. Sale Price Is the price you pay when you invest in a scheme. Also called as Offer Price. Sale Price – NAV = Entry Load Repurchase Price is the Price at which units are repurchased / Redeemed by the Mutual Fund. NAV – Repurchase Price = Exit Load NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - https://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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Futures Contract Payoff with Charts | Linear Payoff
 
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Payoff on a position is the likely profit / loss for a trader with change in the price of the underlying asset. Future contract has a Linear Payoff. NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - https://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
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NISM MF 30 - Statement of Additional Information
 
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This Video explains about SAI & KIM
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