Although the Winvesta app is designed to be extremely intuitive, this article will guide you through the navigation process so you can get the most out of it! Check out the videos to see how to place an order, where to find and amend orders, how to find and explore new stocks, and add them to your watchlist.
International investing has become vital for our portfolios as we take part in the global growth story. Adding international stocks to a portfolio offers diversification and may provide higher returns. However, there are both benefits and risks associated with global investing. We will cover a few significant ones in this article.
For most of us, global investing is still an enigma because of the lack of awareness or myths. In this article, we try to debunk a few common global investing misconceptions.
The US stock market is one of the top choices to invest in when it comes to diversifying your portfolio across geographies. The country is home to some of the best technology and other wealth-creating businesses that offer great investment opportunities.
Indian investors looking to invest in US stocks or globally should not be discouraged from the new TCS rules. While it may increase upfront cost in some cases, it can eventually be claimed back with tax returns.
With the growing awareness about the Liberalized Remittance Scheme(LRS), the current volatility in the Indian economy, and the emergence of convenient platforms like Winvesta to invest globally, it is important to know if it is safe to invest in the US from India.
A good faith violation (GFV) occurs if you purchase a stock and sell it before the funds that you used to buy it have settled. It’s called ‘good faith violation’ because there was no effort in ‘good faith’ to add necessary funds in the account before the settlement date.