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Why Mutual Fund is so popular?

Let us find out the reason behind why mutual fund is so popular.

If you want to invest your money in a safe place and you also want the high interest rate in a short time- Debt Fund is best option for you. And if you want to take risk and also invest your money for a long time- Equity fund is the best option for you. From the Equity fund you can get interest up to 15%.

There is a vast market out there for mutual fund. A mutual fund is managed by professionals. They have a lot experience and knowledge about managing this fund. Mutual Funds are also subject to market risk. So there is a possibility that you can’t get that amount of interest rate as you expected. But as it is a huge platform and as your money is invested not only in one company so you will always get interests. But SIPs are really safe for investment. No one will flew away with your money because they are all registered under Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

Types of Mutual Fund

Now we are telling how many kinds of mutual funds are-

Based on Asset Class

  • Equity Fund
  • Debt Funds
  • Money Market Funds
  • Balanced or hybrid Funds
  • Sector Funds
  • Index Funds
  • Tax saving Funds
  • Funds Of Funds


Equity Funds

- Equity Funds are most popular now-a-days. It is also called as stock funds. Funds pool money from market and invest all those money in stock of various companies. This fund is managed by experienced fund managers. There is a high risk in this funds. But the interest rate is also high.  And the time is also very long. If you are young and just started to earning money, EQUITY FUNDS are best option for you.

Debt Funds

-Debt funds are short time funds. If you don’t want to take any risk but also want to invest your money for high interest rate, Debt Fund is best for you.A debt fund is an investment pool, such as a mutual fund or exchange-traded fund, in which core holdings are fixed income investments.

Money Market Funds

- Investors can easily access in the money market. It is an open ended mutual fund. It invests in short-term debt securities such as US Treasury bills and commercial paper. It is as safe as bank deposits.

Balanced or Hybrid Funds

- Hybrid funds are kind of mutual fund which invests both in equity funds and debt funds. That’s why it is safe to invest in hybrid fund. If you are not getting proper interest from equity fund but you are still getting your fixed interest from debt funds. So your money won’t be drown.

Based on structure-

  • Open-Ended Funds
  • Close-Ended Funds

 Based on investment objectives-

  • Growth Fund
  • Income Fund
  • Liquid Fund


  • Growth Fund - In this scheme investors can invest their money on equity funds. You can invest your money if you want a high return. This is a long time investment and also have a huge risk.
  • Income Fund - Under this scheme money is invested on fixed income instruments such as debentures, bonds etc.
  • Liquid Funds - This is a short time fund. In this fund you can invest in T-Bills, CP’s etc. They are considered to be low risk with moderate returns.


Mutual Fund Advantages-

  • Managed by the professionals.
  • Reasonable investment alternative.
  • Well organized investments.
  • Unlimited investment option.
  • Best return.
  • Tax relief.
  • regulated investment.
  • Small investment option.
  • Easy Tracking.
  • Fund switched facility.
  • Quick purchase and sell option.
  • Reasonable investment alternative.


Eligibility for investing in Mutual Funds:

Adult citizens residing in India.

Minor through legal guardians/parents.

Limited liability partnership.

Religious and charitable trusts.

Banking and financial institutions

Mutual Funds or Alternative Investment Funds which have registrations under the Securities and Exchange Board of India

The Karta of Hindu Undivided Family (HUF)

Persons of Indian origin residing abroad (PIOs) or Non-Resident Indians can apply for subscription either on repatriation basis or on non-repatriation basis (permitted under Schedule 5 of the Foreign Exchange Management (Transfer or Issue of Security by a Person Resident Outside India) Regulations, 2000)

Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) who have registration under the Securities and Exchange Board of India on repatriation basis (permitted under Schedule 5 of the Foreign Exchange Management (Transfer or Issue of Security by a Person Resident Outside India) Regulations, 2000)

Mutual Funds or Alternative Investment Funds which have registrations under the Securities and Exchange Board of India

Other schemes of Mutual Funds subject to the conditions and limits prescribed by SEBI Regulations.

Documents required for MUTUAL FUND

  • Pan Card
  • Aadhar Card
  • Voter’s ID
  • Passport  Size Photo
  • The investors will be issued an acknowledgement receipt which he/she needs to submit while applying for subscribing for a mutual fund scheme.

Disclaimer: Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully. Past performance is not an indicator of future returns.

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