Cover story: Mutual Fund vs ETFs
The latest issue shares the essential low-cost passive investment products like ETFs and Index funds that are set to challenge large-cap equity mutual fund schemes.
Trends: Preeti Kulkarni seeks answers regarding the lure of higher returns drawing individuals from the smaller cities to equity investing.
Markets Outlook: Motilal Oswal, Cshairman and Managing Director, Motilal Oswal Financial Services.
Investment Risk: Gaurav Mashruwala on the concept of mismatch risks when planning financial goals
Enterprise: The Planet Abled journey; bringing inclusive travel to the forefront for people with disabilities
Personal tech: Everything you need to know about latest offers from telecom majors Airtel and Jio
Smart Money: Actor Vidya Balan dishes out her complex relationship with money
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In July 1998, the Group launched "Intelligent Investor" re-christened as "OUTLOOK MONEY" as of 30-Nov-2002, India's first personal finance magazine, which offers sound strategies for the lay investor, especially the growing segment of salaried middle and upper middle-class and self-employed professionals. Its message is clear and simple: 'Invest well, borrow wisely, spend smartly'. Evidently, that message has gone down well: the magazine sold upwards of 1,00,000 copies a fortnight within a year. One of its distinguishing characteristics is that about 93 per cent of readers retain all past issues of Outlook Money