What Is Mutual Funds

Mutual Funds

Mutual funds gather money from many investors and invest it as a single pool. Fund managers, experts in securities markets, handle mutual funds.

Equity Funds

Equity funds invest in stocks, offering faster growth but also higher risk. Choose from various types like large-cap or mid-cap stocks.

Large Cap Funds

Big companies valued at $10 billion or more. Stable, dominant in their industries, seen as safer investments due to size and predictability.

Mid Cap Funds

Mid cap refers to medium-sized companies with market values typically between $2 billion and $10 billion. These companies are larger than small caps but smaller than large caps, offering potential for growth and risk compared to large-cap stocks.

Tax-Saving Funds

Tax-saving funds, or ELSS, are mutual funds in India offering tax benefits under Section 80C. Investors can deduct investments from taxable income. These funds invest mainly in stocks and have a three-year lock-in period.

Debt Funds

A mutual fund scheme investing in stable assets like corporate or government bonds, debt securities, and money market instruments.

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