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Liquid funds invest in very short term debt and money market instruments. This is
one of the ideal options for people who would like to invest idle savings with relative
liquidity and stability as compared to Bank Savings account.
These funds primarily invest in short term debt instruments. These funds are ideal
for investors keen to benefit from short term interest rates and have short term
This fund category invests primarily in debt instruments with an aim to generate
regular and steady income for the investors by investing in of medium to long term
debt and money market instruments. These funds normally have higher average maturities
of the portfolio and aim to benefit from falling interest rates scenario providing
price appreciation opportunities.
These funds change their exposure in short and long term papers depending upon the
expected interest rate scenario in the near future with an objective to earn capital
gains. These funds are preferred when we expect a volatile interest rate environment.
GILT funds primarily invest in the government securities which are considered as
having least credit risk as they are backed by the Government. There are GILT funds
which invest in short, medium and long term maturity papers issued by Government.
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