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Mutual funds, a sort of financial intermediary, pools money from several investors to invest the collected funds in other financial instruments. These instruments are objectively researched by funds manager and declared to investors in form of offer documents. It is easy to enter or exit mutual funds, based on it types. When a fund is introduced in the market for the first time, it is known as New Fund Offer (NFO).
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Benefits of Mutual Funds
Mutual Funds are professionally managed by fund managers who thoroughly track the market and trace the winning stocks and appropriate times to buy and sell.
Mutual Funds have a default advantage of diversification, as fund managers invest across a variety of asset classes and stocks.
Mutual fund agreements bind the issuer in buying back mutual funds unit on any dealing day, irrespective of the number of units you hold.
Before investment, investors get all information about the fund’s outlook and strategy and after investing, unit holders get regular updates on the value of the investment.
What are the benefits of Investment with Karvy
Variety of investment options
We offer the opportunity to invest in Equity Funds, Balanced Funds, Debt Funds and Tax saving Funds across 1600+ funds of 30 AMCs.
Huge Clientele Base
Over 17 Lakh clients have invested in mutual funds with us.
Our office network is spread across 29 states and still expanding.
We levy no brokerage charges, handling charges, annual maintenance charge or any other hidden costs for mutual fund transactions.
With Karvy, you have the options to invest in Lump sum, Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) and New Fund Offers (NFO) across all segments.
TOP PERFORMING MUTUAL FUNDS
Based on expert research, following is a list of best mutual funds to invest in.
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Invest in Mutual Funds
There are several types of mutual funds, but they are essentially classified on the basis of the time flexibility of investment and investment objective. Open-ended Mutual Funds, Close-ended Mutual Funds and Interval Mutual Funds are classified on the basis of the flexibility when one can invest in them. On the other hand, Equity Mutual Funds, Debt Mutual Funds/Income Funds, Balanced Mutual Funds and Gold Funds are classified on the basis of the underlying asset or the portfolio in which the pooled funds are invested. Below are the different types of mutual funds:
One can easily invest in these funds either through Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) or Lump Sum Investment.
Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) is, like the name suggests, a systematic approach towards investment in mutual funds, where a chosen amount is invested in chosen mutual fund/funds on monthly basis.
Lump sum Investment is a onetime investment of a chosen amount in a chosen mutual fund.