How should one invest in debt or equity oriented schemes in mutual fund?
Asked by mohit jagannath, 27 Jun '12 11:25 am
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Both are easy ways to keep your investment stagnant for years without any appreciable sign of growth. Just go out and buy some shares of State Bank of India, Reliance Industries, ONGC, GAIL, Bank of Baroda, NTPC and/or SAIL and over a period of 3 to 5 years, you will get much better returns than any mutual fund will give you. What is more, when you sell them off, your profit is non-taxableAnswered by Vikram, 28 Jun '12 07:39 am
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Depends on the fund objectivesAnswered by veeravenkata satyanarayana, 28 Jun '12 07:06 pm
In a systematic way .. every month invest a fixed amount in such schemes.Answered by Dharmarajan, 27 Jun '12 11:28 am
You have to take into your account the risk taking capacity,age factor,financial position etc.The scheme invest in different types of securities as disclosed in offer documents.Reliance mutual fund has some very good schemes which invest in debt instruments as well as equity.Answered by siddharth Paliwal, 27 Jun '12 11:26 am