Wednesday, October 5, 2022

These funds from three AMCs fall under the Large Cap and Large and Mid Cap category.

Be smart about what to avoid and what to be cautious about.

If you allocate wisely between these three components, you have a winning portfolio.

Our analyst explains with reference to Nippon Multi Cap.

The CIO at PGIM India Mutual Fund on his investing principles, core philosophy, and why sector and thematic funds are best avoided.

Equity investors can start with an index fund. It is much more confusing when it comes to the debt portion of the portfolio.

Senior Research Analyst Kavitha Krishnan picks up four funds, across four categories, and four fund houses, to discuss.

Our analysts Himanshu Srivastava and Nehal Meshram share their views on what they find appealing about these funds.

Why do you feel the obligation to exit after the lock-in period has been completed?

Four analysts scrutinised these funds over the past year. Barring one, all get a Neutral rating.

While we are placing the funds Under Review, we urge investors not to have a knee-jerk reaction.

These are important concepts but tend to be shrouded in confusion. Here's to grasping what it is all about.

These equity oriented funds have been analysed over the past year and assigned Gold and Silver ratings.

The returns can be fantastic. But you got to get the timing right on two occasions, the entry and the exit.

Of 27 funds, only 7 outperformed the index over a 10-year period.

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