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Equity

  • Large Cap

    Large cap funds are mutual funds which invest in stocks of large companies. These funds are less volatile than investments in small and mid-sized companies and are ideal for risk-averse investors.

  • Diversified

    Diversified funds invest across sectors and across small, medium and large companies.

  • Mid Cap

    Mid cap funds are schemes which invest in medium to small-sized companies which are relatively under researched and hence present an opportunity of higher growth.

  • Small Cap

    Small Cap funds are schemes which predominately invest in small cap stocks which are on a growth mode and have potential to make it big in the market.

  • Arbitrage

    Arbitrage fund is a type of equity mutual fund which rides on the mispricing between the cash markets or spot markets on the one hand and derivatives or futures markets on the other. The arbitrage activity is a risk free strategy and makes sense when it yields better returns as compared to other similar risk free instruments.

  • Sectoral

    A Sectoral Fund is a scheme that invests in companies in a particular sector of the economy.

  • ELSS

    Equity Linked Savings Schemes are schemes that enable an investor to save taxes under Section 80 C of the Income Tax Act. These schemes have a lock-in period of 3 years.

  • Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)

    An Exchange Traded Fund is a tradeable instrument that tracks an index, a commodity, bonds, or a basket of assets like an index fund. ETFs occupy a unique position in the investment landscape. The intersection between an index fund and a listed security.

  • Index

    Index schemes attempt to replicate the performance of a particular index such as the BSE Sensex or the NSE Nifty. The portfolio of these schemes consists of only those stocks that constitute the index. Hence, the returns from such schemes would be more or less equivalent to that of the Index.

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