Mutual Fund is a financial intermediary which pools
financial resources of the investors and thereafter
investing their funds in diversified portfolios of assets.
These assets include shares, debt securities, money
market securities or a combination of these.
Diversification reduces the risk of loss as all stocks may
not be invested in a single portfolio.
What are Mutual Funds?
An investor to mutual funds are called as Unit Holders.
A unit issued to the investors depends majorly on the
money invested by them.
Profit-loss is calculated in proportion to the money a
unit holder invests.
Lastly, each mutual fund mandatorily needs to be
registered with the Securities and Exchange Board of
India (SEBI) which regulates securities markets before it
can collect funds from the public.
Equity is one of the principle asset classes i.e. finance,
Accounting and ownership.
Types of Equity:-
Cap & Small Cap
Debt funds are those mutual funds that invest in fixed
income securities. i.e. bonds and treasury bills.
Debt Funds are also Known as Bond Funds or Fixed
Income Funds .
Types of Debt:-
Gold funds are those funds that primarily invests in gold-mining
Types of Gold Funds:-
Types of Gold Funds
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