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Mutual Funds FAQs

  • What is Systematic Investment Plan (SIP)?
  • SIP refers to periodic investment in an MF. In this option, you commit to invest a pre-decided amount, at regular intervals, and you get allotted Units based on an MF’s NAV. E.g. Suppose you do an SIP of Rs. 1,000. If, for the 1st month its NAV is Rs. 15, you get 66.67 units. For the 2nd, the NAV is Rs. 25, so you get 40 units. For the 3rd, the NAV is Rs. 20, you get 50 units. At the end of 3 months, you have invested Rs. 3,000 and received 156.67 units at an average NAV of Rs. 19.2.
  • What is a direct plan?
  • What is a regular plan?
  • What is an Asset Management Company (AMC)?
  • What is an Asset under Management (AUM)?
  • What is Net Asset Value (NAV)?
  • What is a Benchmark Index?
  • What is Expense Ratio?
  • What is Load or No-Load Fund?
  • What is Rolling Return/Alpha?
  • What is Growth Scheme?
  • What is Open-ended Scheme?
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