Introduction India funds are mutual funds that seek to invest in the Asian Subcontinent and emerging markets such as India. These funds can be either indexed or can be actively managed by a fund manager. These funds often focus on a wide range of themes...

A SIP is nothing but a systematic investment plan, which helps to create a corpus to fulfill your financial dream. As the word suggests ‘systematic’ it means a consistent particular way of investment. It can be daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or yearly, based on...

While in the stock market, investor purchase shares of companies through exchanges from another seller mediated by a broker, in case of mutual funds, an investor purchase shares of a mutual fund directly from the fund house. Fund house create new shares to be sold...

Mutual fund, stock market, SIPs are the word of the hour, however, there is still a sizeable amount of people who prefer low return in exchange for the minimum amount of risk. A mutual fund or equity possess a relatively higher amount of risk, which...

What is Infrastructure Mutual Fund? Infrastructure plays a very important role in the development of a country and so there are companies which are engaged in developing and providing infrastructure-based operations. Mutual fund schemes which invest in the stocks and securities of such infrastructure-based companies...

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...

Diversified mutual funds are funds with absolute diversification amongst all sectors of the economy. Generally, a mutual fund targets a particular sector depending upon its cap-size and earn benefits from the rise of that particular sector. The performance of these sectors associated mutual fund depends...

Stepping into financial markets can be challenging for new investors as well as those not accustomed to its functioning. Worry about losing invested capital keeps some investors at bay. Those who do get attracted to markets worry about the prospect of underwhelming returns. Choosing the...

What is IPV or In-Person Verification in Mutual Funds KYC? In Person Verification or IPV is a process where the investor in person verifies documents and other details as per the law by Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). IPV is a recent prerequisite for...

Introduction While everyone is aware of mutual funds, hardly anyone talks about Banking Mutual Funds. What are these? This article will take you through this class of investments and help you understand its benefits and the future prospects of Banking mutual funds. Banking Mutual Funds These funds target...

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