One after the other mutual fund companies are launching passive funds. However, the debate among investors remains are passive funds better than mutual funds? Money9 Helpline hosted Hemant Rustagi, CEO of Wiseinvest to help you understand which investment is right for you. The cost of passive products is already cheaper than many other products. However, between an ETF and index fund, ETF will still be cheaper.
An individual needs a Demat account to invest in an ETF. Mutual fund investment does not require so. You can start your investment simply by signing up on a platform and doing your KYC.
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