As the year-end has approached most of you are eager to know the mutual fund movers and shakers of the year 2017. Read on to find the performance of various sector dedicated funds.
Mutual funds with a large size of assets under management (AUMs) are supposed to have lower expense ratios. However, there are schemes with large AUMs but having higher expense ratios and generating lower returns.
The year 2017 has been good for the equity market and leading indices have generated returns of over and above 30%. Mutual fund schemes have also followed the equity indices. Read on to find which category hold the top spot.
In long run, it always pays to invest in a fund that protects you better when market slides, even though this means the fund has failed to beat the benchmark during a market rally.
Despite the launch of direct plans six years back, they are still not the preferred route of investment. Read on to find why, how and when should you switch your funds from regular plan to direct plan.
Lump sum investment in the equity market is tricky. Read on to understand the pros and cons of investing lump sum and what are the different strategies to deploy your fund.
The equity AUM of Indian mutual fund industry increased in the month of November despite an overall decline in the equity market.
Balance funds, though generate less returns than pure equity funds in the short term they outperform them in the long run.
Balanced funds are promoted as a low-risk product, however, some of the funds may exhibit higher risk due to their portfolio construction. Read on to find, what are the factors you should consider before opting for a balanced fund.