Experts, however, caution that this particular category shouldn’t be seen as safe bets as they have given negative returns over the one year period
Balanced Advantage Funds are a good option, especially for first-time investors.
Balanced advantage funds invest in equity and debt instruments both, and keep modifying their asset allocation based on the market valuations
The flexicap category is the second-largest equity mutual fund category after largecap funds.
Money9 spoke to Manish Gunwani, CIO, Equity Investments, Nippon India MF, to know how retail investors can make the most from flexicap funds
Flexicap funds invests in companies across the market capitalisation spectrum, i.e. largecap, midcap, and smallcap stocks