A mutual fund is a type of investment in which investors pool their money together to buy a portfolio of stocks, bonds or other securities in order to take benefit of diversification and professional portfolio management at a realistic cost. Mutual funds suits for the investor who interested to invest their money for future requitrements. For example, equity funds offer an indirect way to invest in dozens of companies in different industry sectors, while balanced funds offer exposure to both stocks and bonds. Mutual funds are a safe investment if we understand them. Investors should not be concerned about the short-term oscillation in returns while investing in equity funds. One should choose the right mutual fund, which is in sync with your investment goals and invest with a long-term horizon. The investments are made by an asset management company or AMC.
Types of Mutual Funds
In Mutual Fund investment, clients get (n) (number of Mutual fund schemes) to invest.Client has variety of schemes to invest, which may invest in a whole range of industries and sectors, different kinds of assets, and so on.
One of the best advantage of Mutual Fund is you clients can get their money back at any point in time at the fundamental NAV (Net Asset Value) from the Mutual Fund itself. Hence they are highly liquid in compared with other deposit’s like fixed deposit and bonds which fixed duration for maturity.
Mutual Fund investment are very transparent and secure as its governed by the regulatory named SEBI. Clients can track their investments which have been invested in different sector and stocks. Also clients gets the updated information on the value of their investment in the regular period of time.
Clients need to invest Rs 5000 or more as this is the minimum initial investment amount. If you wish for an surplus investment in the same fund later then they can invest Rs 1000 or more as this is the minimum additional purchase amount.
Disclosure of Proprietary Account Trading by Members to Clients Proprietary Trading Disclosure:In terms of provisions of the Rules, Bye-Laws and Business Rules of the Exchange and with reference to circular MCX/T&S/147/2016 dated May 17, 2016 regarding Disclosure of Proprietary Account Trading by broker to client.,Pursuant to SEBI Circular Number SEBI/MRD/SEC/Cir-42/2003 dated November 19, 2003 & SEBI/HO/CDMRD/DMP/CIR/P/2016/49 dated April 25, 2016 BULLION CAPITAL. Discloses to its clients about its policies on proprietary trades. We does proprietary trading in the derivatives segment at MCX respectively.
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