Harshil Roy on Tue, Aug 6th, 2013 4:48:20 pm
As mentioned in the blog and known to the word that normally liquid funds are value on accrual basis.
They turn on Mark to Market suddenly on one day, the question is why?
We have seen interest rate volatilities many times since 2007-08, but have not seen this kind of an event before.
What are the criterias for which they have to turn to M2M? Theoretically we know that valuation losses need to be shown for NAV computation. Is that the reason?
Thanks in advance.
Vikas Kumar on Sat, Jul 27th, 2013 10:19:49 am
Nice Liquid Fund analysis
MAHEK SHAH on Mon, Jul 22nd, 2013 8:03:10 pm
Excellent Information. This will help us to explain better to our investor. Thanks for sharing your insight.
Sonesh Dedhia on Sun, Jul 21st, 2013 5:34:17 pm
Thanks for the insights. Simple and easy to understand. Good Job :)
Nikhil Thakker on Sat, Jul 20th, 2013 10:22:41 pm
Thanks Mam for such an nice description.
This will help us for explaining in better way to our investors.
SIVASANKARAN on Sat, Jul 20th, 2013 3:56:43 pm
WELL DONE. THANKS A LOT FOR A LOT OF INFORMATION
Amit on Sat, Jul 20th, 2013 3:10:36 pm
Thank you. you made it so simple that even a layman can also understand completely.
Ramkumar on Sat, Jul 20th, 2013 12:44:06 pm
Very usefull communication
SURI SEETA RAM on Fri, Jul 19th, 2013 10:09:14 pm
Tough job made easy. Thanks. However on second thoughts, I feel, "It's easier to evaluate the Devastation but Impossible to Predict it and Keep Safe". The Pandits, Press and Regulators try evaluating Distributors based on this Impossible Skill. Ironically, some promise to even impart it....
Ajit Purohit on Fri, Jul 19th, 2013 7:47:41 pm
We expect that Liquid Funds will not turn negative, but it is not so, the explanation given proved it.