In nine out of the 11 months till November, equity schemes saw more money coming in than going out. The not so good newsâ€”investors were not as enthusiastic about equity schemes this year as they were in 2015. Inflows of Rs 44,772 crore, were almost half of the Rs 90,603 crore received in 2015
The aim here is to remind fund management teams in the industry that they have a fiduciary responsibility towards investors and their conviction is best judged when they invest in their own funds.
Balanced funds invests in a mix of stocks and bonds in the ratio of approximately 3:1
Mutual funds can help you save for your retired life.
If you can follow these tips, you can get higher returns for mutual fund investments.
Balanced funds not only offered better returns than the large cap equity diversified funds but also reduced volatility.
Mutual fund products can help you to accumulate money to pay for long term goals. You can be a regular saver in these to ensure that you remain on track to your goals.
Investing in mutual fund schemes that offer focussed portfolios or low rated bonds, can increase the risk. Also a balanced fund can be a risky bet.
Retirement is a long haul. And one must not ignore the inflation eating into the purchasing power.
Balanced funds invest around 70% of the money in equities and rest in bonds. This may not the in line with 50:50 exposure to bonds and shares the investor desires.
Balanced funds offer exposure to both debt and equities. While equities offer to beat inflation, debt offer much needed stability to the portfolio
Compared to the old scheme of three colours system, five levels of risks help mutual funds better represent the risk associated with mutual fund schemes
Provident Fund is an ideal investment opportunity for the seniors. The downside however is that public provident fund investments are subject to a maximum eligible amount of Rs 1, 00,000 per annum
Chitra Iyer, COO & Financial Coach at MFA explains why one should prefer balanced scheme.
Pankaaj Maalde of Apnapaisa.com explains how balanced fund is an ideal investment option for equity exposure.
Equity mutual funds soar for second day of the week owing to positive market momentum. Debt funds, however, succumb under pressure on fears of rupee depreciation.
Amid present volatile market, equity fund investor seems to be re- examining his decision of investing in this asset class. Though it is well known that equity usually delivers in the long term, read this space to know what does an average investor do in pursuit of securing better and tax efficient returns as compared fixed income securities.
Equity Mutual Funds closed with mixed returns while debt funds advanced in the volatile market condition.
According to the rating agency, balanced funds have outperformed the Nifty across three, five, seven and 10-year time frames.
Funds in the equity space closed lower as markets fell for seventh consecutive session. Meanwhile debt funds showed some sign of recovery and closed with handsome gains.
In yesterday‘s session, equity Mutual Funds end flat while debt funds decline owing to volatile market condition
Mutual Funds across categories plunged as markets continued to deliver volatile performance.
Equity Mutual Funds declined as markets fell for the fourth consecutive session Monday.. Debt funds, however remain strong and closed in green.
Equity Funds plunged for the second straight session on Thursday as markets delivered laggard performance. Meanwhile some recovery were seen in debt funds.
Mutual Funds across categories closed in red as equity and debt market continued to remain volatile caused by RBI's latest money tightening measure.