Just like any product or service, even mutual funds charge a small fee for managing your money. This fee is charged in the form of an expense ratio.
In fund of funds, an investor instead of directly investing in shares, invests in fund that further invests in other mutual funds
Since regular plan includes bigger expense ratio along with distributor fee, should you switch over to direct plan and save on the expenses?
In both ETFs and Index Funds one must choose those with low Tracking Error and Expense Ratio. In ETFs investors must additionally look at the liquidit
Investment horizon plays a vital role while deciding whether you should go for an equity fund or debt fund
The daily NAV of a mutual fund is disclosed after deducting the expenses; bigger funds ideally have lower expense ratio