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Unknown to investors, mutual fund distributors are working against them - at the behest of funds. SEBI wants to end the abuse
The role of mutual fund distributors, including large public and private banks, has attracted a lot of attention ever since it became evident that they played a major role in persuading investors to flip their investments from existing mutual fund schemes to new...
Standard Chartered Enterprise Equity Fund will buy IPOs and flip it over. Since it may mainly make short-term, price-based bets, retail investors should stay away from it
Mutual funds use clever names and marketing gimmicks to raise money. They also have a tendency to follow each other (see me-too funds in the May 7 issue). Despite spending crores in marketing, Indian mutual funds are...
Not all funds are able to beat their benchmarks even in a bull market. Here are the laggards among the equity diversified schemes. Analysis by ML Research Desk
Mutual funds are flocking to the market with New Fund Offerings and collecting money by the fistfuls from retail investors who think that this is the best route to be a part of the stock market boom. In a bull market, equity funds...