The factsheet which can be availed from respective AMC websites or fund houses every month can help track the scheme performance and its holding details.
Though returns must be considered while investing in mutual fund, these factors matter a lot to ensure that your experience of mutual fund investing is smooth.
Investment for up to Rs 1.5 lakh in ELSS can be claimed for deduction under Section 80C of Income Tax Act.
With the latest inflow, total infusion in MF schemes reached to over Rs 2.5 lakh crore in the first seven months (April—October) of the current fiscal, Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi) noted.
In Your Stocks special, Nimesh Shah, MD & CEO of ICICI Prudential answers all the viewer queries related to Bharat 22 ETF.
Investing in various fund houses helps one to diversify their risks over each funds’ scheme.
Watch fund managers discuss about investing in mutual funds at the 4th Mint Mutual Fund Conclave.
The sudden spike in bank deposits and consequent decline in interest rates following demonetisation on November 8, 2016 led to surge in inflow into equity mutual funds, an analyst said.
The tax incidence can impact your earnings when you redeem your units.
This week marked the first anniversary of demonetisation, a move that had taken the entire country by surprise and caught nearly everyone on the wrong foot as far as their personal finances were concerned.
The primary objectives of ELSS investments are long-term capital growth and tax saving.
Inflows into Mutual Funds (MF) have slowed down in October. Watch accompanying video of Prashant Nair for more analysis.
Selecting an equity fund purely on the basis of its ‘star rating’ provided by portals or issuers is not a fool-proof fund selection method
FundsIndia.com, an online investment platform for mutual funds and equities, launched a facility for investors to link their Aadhaar number with their MF investment accounts.
Veteran banker and bond market specialist NS Venkatesh, who took over as the Amfi chief late last month, expects the industry to continue to grow at a compounded annual rate of 20-25 per cent over the next three years given the deepening financialisation of the economy.
There are several types of mutual funds available. One should select the scheme as per their risk-taking capacity.
A mutual fund can offer a simple and efficient way to invest for your life goals
"Mutual funds are growing at a rate of 15 per cent annually in the country," KMF national head (sales and distribution alliance) Manish Mehta told reporters.
The growth of NAV depends on the underlying assets. One should invest in well-performing mutual funds and not base investment decision on NAV level.
The Bharat-22 ETF will have a greater diversity in its investments, though the Indian Tobacco Company (ITC) will be taking up the lion’s share of the weightage.
Through indexation, your cost of investment is adjusted to inflation while calculating your tax.
According to data from the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on total investor accounts with 42 active fund houses, the number of folios rose to a record 62,049,189 at the end of September, from 55,399,631 in March-end, a gain of 6.65 million or 66.5 lakh.
According to the latest data, fund managers bought shares worth a net Rs 76,906 crore (USD 12 billion) in the first half of the ongoing financial year, while foreign portfolio investor (FPIs) pumped in just Rs 5,278 crore (USD 810 million) in equities during the period.
Mutual funds offer a variety of investment options that can cater to investors having varied risk-taking capacities.
According to the Amfi data collated by Icra, during the past 19 quarter-end months, AUM has declined on 17 instances.