Mutual Fund

Mutual Fund

  1. HDFC Premier Equity Fund
  2. Reliance Regular Saving Fund
  3. Reliance Diversified Power Fund
  4. Reliance Banking Fund
  5. ICICI Prudential Infrastructure Fund
  6. HDFC Top 200 Fund
  7. Reliance Growth Fund
  8. HDFC Prudence Fund
  9. SBI Magnum Contra Fund
  10. Kotak Opportunity Fund
  11. Banking Bees

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Almost everyone can buy mutual funds. Even for a sum of Rs 1,000 an investor can invest in a mutual fund.
Professional Management
For an average investor, it is a difficult task to decide what securities to buy, how much to buy and when to sell. By buying a mutual fund, you acquire a professional fund manager who manages your money. This is the person who decides what to buy for you, when to buy it and when to sell. The fund manager takes these decisions after doing adequate research on the economy, industries and companies, before buying stocks or bonds. Most mutual fund companies charge a small fee for providing this service which is called the management fee.
According to finance theory, when your investments are spread across several securities, your risk reduces substantially. A mutual fund is able to diversify more easily than an average investor across several companies, which an ordinary investor may not be able to do. With an investment of Rs 5000, you can buy stocks in some of the top Indian companies through a mutual fund, which may not be possible to do as an individual investor.
Unlike several other forms of savings like the public provident fund or National Savings Scheme, you can withdraw your money from a mutual fund on immediate basis.
Tax Benefits
Mutual funds have historically been more efficient from the tax point of view. A debt fund pays a dividend distribution tax of 12.5 per cent before distributing dividend to an individual investor or an HUF, whereas it is 20 per cent for all other entities. There is no dividend tax on dividends from an equity fund for individual investor.


A SIP is nothing but a planned investment programme, which takes a small sum of money from you and invests it in a mutual fund at regular intervals. The minimum amount can be as small as Rs 500 and the frequency of investment is usually monthly or quarterly. This simple programme has a number of advantages.

Trying to find out which is the best time to invest can be a tough task. And that’s why it is said that timing the market is futile. If one could take advantage of the ups and downs that markets encounter, it would be great. And this is where SIP fits in. By the process of regular investing one gets to invest in the highs as well as the lows, and this helps in averaging out the volatility in the market.


  1. Equity : Supporting
  2. Equity: Aggressive
  3. Equity : Diversified
  4. Equity : Tax Saving
  5. Hybrid : Balanced
  6. Hybrid : MIP
  7. Debt : Medium term
  8. Debt : Short Term
  9. Debt : Liquid Plus
  10. Debt : Ultra short term

Type of fund needs to be selected on the basis of your age profile, cash-flow, fund requirement, investment tenure. Discuss it out.

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