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How Does Mutual Funds Work?

Investors together invest money in predefine scheme like equity fund or debt fund & Investors get units against his investment. The fund managers will invest that fund as per mandate of that scheme. The price of that unit is call NAV which is declared every day before 9:00 pm. NAV is calculated on the closing price of the underline asset of that scheme after deducting all expenses. When an investor wants that money back, he will give redemption instruction to mutual fund and mutual fund repurchase units at that day’s NAV.

Why to Invest in Mutual Funds?


It is relatively easier to buy and exit a mutual fund scheme, You can sell your units at any point.


The company always invest in more than one asset class & diversifies the risk of loss.

Expert Management

It doesn’t require the investors to do the research & asset allocation, the company takes care of it all.

Cost Efficiency

You have the option to pick zero-load mutual funds with fewer expense ratios. 

Quick & Hassle Free

You can start with one mutual fund & slowly diversify. It is easier to handpick the funds.

Tax Efficiency

Invest up to Rs 1.5 lakh in tax-saving MFs, covered under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, 1961. 

Systematic Investments

You can plan your mutual fund investment as per your budget and convenience.


There is a general notion that mutual funds are not as safe as bank products, but its a myth.

There are 7 Most Common Myth about Mutual Funds

7 Mutual Funds Myths That You Should Ignore - Do you want to invest in mutual funds? But you don’t have enough understanding about it or do you think that mutual funds are not for you based on what others have said? Well, don’t worry. We are here to bust some of the myths associated with mutual funds.