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Frequently asked questions

A mutual fund can be referred to as a collective fund generated by pooling in money from investors. This fund is then invested in a variety of securities. The income generated in the form of returns are shared by investors in proportion to the number of units possessed by each investor. The management of these funds is done by experts who have relevant market knowledge.
Every form of investment comes with a certain amount of risk. While advisors might tell you that the returns will be good if you invest for a long term, but in reality, mutual funds are subject to risks and there is no guarantee for good returns. Thus, depending on the securities the fund is investing in, or the mix of securities chosen for a specific fund, the element of risk varies substantially.
Essentially, it depends on your goal. Mutual funds have three classes, A shares, B shares, and C shares. The only difference between these is regarding the type of fees and expenses associated with them. Each class will invest in the same securities. Select a class that best aligns with your objective; be clear about your objectives and carry out your research regarding various kinds of fees associated with each class.
There is a certain fee that you need to pay to your fund managers and for administrative and other expenses. This fee is considered as the expense ratio or the management expense ratio.
Yes, non-resident Indians can also invest in mutual funds. However, it is mandatory for the investor to adhere to the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA).
This largely depends on the time period. If you are investing for a longer period, then you must keep in mind that when the stock market is down, it will have a negative impact on the equity. Make sure that the scheme that you have invested in is in line with your objectives.
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