Regular cash payouts in the form of dividends always have takers in the market, especially those looking for regular income as well as capital appreciation over a long period of time. If you also … more
As the names suggest, mid-cap funds invest in mid-sized companies, while small-cap funds invest in small firms.
The companies are classified as large, mid or small on the basis of their market … more
A fund that combines a stock component, a bond component and, sometimes, a money market component, in a single portfolio. Generally, these hybrid funds stick to a relatively fixed mix of stocks and bonds that reflects … more
These funds invest a large proportion of their corpus in equity shares across different sectors and market capitalisations (blue chips, large-, mid- and small-cap). Their aim is medium- to long-term capital appreciation.
Coming to the concept of capital protection-oriented funds, asset management companies (AMCs) launch these funds with both debt and equity components.
If it were done with debt only, it would be similar to fixed … more
These invest in the companies that belong to a particular sector, such as Pharma, FMCG, IT, and banking. Such funds do not invest across multiple sectors, so they are less diversified and carry a … more
A thematic fund,doesn’t cater just one sector. It invests across sectors that are woven around a common theme. Some themes around these funds have worked are infrastructure and rural India. These companies may work … more