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open ended vs close ended

Open Ended Funds vs Close Ended Funds – What’s the difference?

Introduction Mutual fund investments are among the most popular and attractive investments available in the market. Investment in mutual funds helps the investors to get exposure in debt and equity funds. Mutual funds are categorized based on their character, which...

primary market

What is a Primary Market? – Meaning, Types of Issues and Related Concepts

What is the primary market? The primary market is a part of the capital market. It enables the government, companies, and other institutions to raise additional funds through the sale of debt and equity-related securities. For example, primary market securities...

tax saving mutual funds

What are Tax Saving Mutual Funds? Who should invest?

Introduction Investing in mutual funds has become very popular lately. These mutual fund investments offer investors a chance of making investments in various financial instruments. The benefit of mutual fund investments is that they provide better returns when compared to...

international mutual funds

International Mutual Funds – Meaning, Benefits, Features & Funds to invest

Introduction Currently, one can observe that there has been a lot of buzz around international equity funds in the mutual fund domain. These funds have become popular over the past year. This is due to US markets performing well, unusually...

treasury bills

What is a treasury bill? How does it work?

The Government of India needs money to meet its financial obligations. They approach the general public to raise funds. The funds can be raised by offering different financial instruments. Treasury bill is one such money market instrument that the government...

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floater funds

Floater Funds- Meaning, Tyes, Features, Limitation, etc

Introduction Typically, an investor plan his mutual fund investments in equity mutual funds or debt-related instruments based on their risk tolerance levels. An investor with lower risk tolerance levels and short term goals prefers debt funds as they are much less...