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Capital protection fund is a new gimmick by mutual funds to attract money from you. Stay away from them
In the 1990s, there were mutual funds that offered guaranteed returns. Every single one of these funds lost a substantial part of their capital. Amazingly, the regulator, Securities and Exchange Board of India, is allowing mutual funds to revisit the ‘90s and make a similar pitch now....
Looking for some thrill? A roller-coaster ride in an amusement park would be a cheaper and better alternative than this fund
Mutual funds are getting more daring, coming out with schemes that defy all logic. ING Vysya has launched a three-year close-ended fund that will churn its portfolio, try its hand at market-timing, trade in derivatives and change its equity exposure at will....
Monthly Income Plans have disappointed over three months, six months and one year. Are MIPs worth buying at all? Has the possibility of excess returns gone out of this asset class? Analysis by ML Research Desk
Mutual funds are known to capitalise on market fads and fancies to garner money from retail investors. Monthly Income Plans or MIPs are pitched with an interesting offering. They are...