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There is no straight yes or no answer to this. One needs to understand what his purpose of investing is. If you take my example I am an option writer too. Where I have bought index funds and pledged them to write options. Now if I even get monthly 1.5% from options writing I am m...
On the other hand, there are investors who want more aggressive return and for which they are ready to pay the mutual fund guys charges ranging from 1%-4% or even higher. Where on the Index fund the charges are .01%
@alpha Got it sir. Thanks for answering in such detail. Clearly its what purpose you have and how knowledgable are you to fit that into a strategy. I aint so good with options so I can't do it. But I get your point.
Wonder which broker allows pledging of mutual funds? I have a ze...
Five situations when SIPs can harm your portfolio It’s important to assess when to stop, pause, switch or reduce your SIP allocation.If a fund is performing poorly, stop an SIP into it. But remember to start switch to another SIP in a better performing scheme
Is your mutual fund buying or selling stocks too much? If the portfolio turnover is greater than 100%, that typically means that the manager has churned the portfolio once over, completely.A high turnover is not necessarily bad, but a consistently high turnover is not desirable unless the inherent strategy of the scheme calls for a high churn
Livemint: Is your mutual fund buying or selling stocks too much?.
I would always recommend mutual funds over individual stocks: Anand Rathi The effort needed to manage individual stocks is much higher than the effort required for mutual funds.Anand Rathi talks about the ongoing economic slowdown and the reforms that can reverse it
Livemint: I would always recommend mutual funds over individual stocks: Anand Rathi.
Mutual Fund Industry Wants To Manage Assets Of Rs 100 Lakh Crore Over Next Decade, Says AMFI Mutual fund industry is eyeing a four-fold rise in assets under management to Rs 100 lakh crore from existing Rs 25 lakh crore.
Sebi asks mutual funds to shift all investments to listed securities Under the new proposed prudential framework, mutual funds would invest only in listed or to-be-listed equity shares and debt securities
Sebi asks mutual funds to shift all investments to listed securities