Bhavana 

Bhavana Acharya

Founding partner & Head – MFs and equities

About Bhavana

Bhavana was Deputy head of research at FundsIndia and was instrumental in converting many of the research outputs to products on the platform. She is a management graduate in finance with over 11 years of experience. 4 years were at FundsIndia, 7 years with The Hindu Business Line as research analyst.

Bhavana is an expert at analyzing stocks, sectors, and funds and creating portfolio products for investors. She is adept at providing structure and process to any research work and ensures a transparent and clear methodology to analysing products in an unbiased manner.

Bhavana’s ability to simplify complex analysis into simple, well-written, actionable commentaries has won the praise of many investors.

Bhavana is a management graduate from BIM.

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MF investment strategy
Mutual funds & ETFs
Bhavana Acharya

Prime Views: What should you do with your investments now?

Over the past few weeks, we’ve received several questions from you on performance of the funds you hold, and what the course of action should be. In both debt and equity, recent returns have given enough cause for worry. So we’re listing out various categories of investments you may holding which are seeing volatility, and what you should do about them.

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conservative equity
Mutual funds & ETFs
Bhavana Acharya

Prime Recommendation: A low-risk option for the conservative equity investor

If you’ve got a 5-year-plus timeframe, equity is the way to go as we explained this week. And if you need money in the very near term, we’ve asked you to stay safe with fixed deposits, liquid funds, and ultra short-term funds. But what about the in-between timeframe? What are your options should you have a horizon of 2-3 years and want better returns that fixed deposits or low-risk debt funds?

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sbi cards ipo
Stocks
Bhavana Acharya

IPO review: SBI Cards and Payment Services

The initial public offer of SBI Cards and Payments is slated to be huge, aiming to mop up over Rs 10,000 crore. A subsidiary of State Bank of India, the company issues and runs SBI’s credit cards business. SBI Cards is the second largest credit card player in India after HDFC Bank.

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prime views
Mutual funds & ETFs
Bhavana Acharya

Prime Views: Why you should avoid this fund category

Inconsistent performance among funds in this category makes it hard to pick a quality one. Increasing credit calls by these funds changes the risk-return profile. Better returns for the same to lower risk possible through other newer categories

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