If you are a regular investor or thinking of investing in mutual funds, it is important to gain information about how mutual funds work. During the research, you must have come across the term called 'expense ratio' or your financial advisor may have informed you...

The types of mutual funds are currently available in India range across a wide spectrum. They are largely classified by asset class, structure and investment objective. Each one of them has a different risk and reward profile. Therefore, you must choose the one which best...

Type of Loans Available in India There are numerous types of loans available in India. However, most people choose personal loan over other types in spite of having a variety of assets, which they can mortgage to avail loans at a lower interest rate. One...

What are Equity Funds? An equity fund is a form of mutual fund investment that mainly invests in equities or stocks. Equity funds are also known as stock funds. Equity means ownership in businesses or firms (privately or publicly traded). These funds can be traded either...

“Through thick and thin..for richer or for poorer” If you’ve decided to take the plunge or are already married, remember that any marriage union is still half unfinished without having the money talk. You would probably want to move into a new home, buy a new car,...

Any Mutual Fund scheme offered by the Asset Management Companies (AMCs) has two variants –  a direct Mutual Fund scheme and a regular Mutual Fund scheme. Both the variants offer the same portfolio composition and the Assets Under Management (AUM) are also identical. Moreover, they...

What are the top performing SIPs in India? How to select the best-performing SIP Mutual Funds? These are some of the most common questions that trouble investors while investing in Mutual Funds. As said above, SIP investment is one of the most common and easiest...

Mutual Funds or fixed deposits? This has been one of the most frequently asked questions in the personal investment domain. In terms of saving money, fixed deposits get the first nod, as they are quite easy to understand and are a form of traditional saving....

What are Mutual Funds? A mutual fund is an indirect way of investing in equities, bonds, money market instruments, and other financial assets. It is like a group buying program for securities, where a large number of investors deposit money in a collective pool to be...

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