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Most sectors are dealing with their own set of issues. That's why most of them are performing dismally.

Data from Association of Mutual Funds in India shows that the arbitrage category has seen a net outflow of Rs 1,423 crore in June.

Smaller market upswings should be good enough for such funds to notch up gains this year.

Experts say no need for worry as underperformance likely to reverse in coming months.

Should you invest in newly-created mutual fund categories?

The re-categorisation of mutual funds has led to the formation of many new fund categories.

Advisors are asking investors to expect only a moderate return from largecap schemes.

17 out of 21 midcap schemes have outperformed their respective benchmarks.

Most largecap mutual fund schemes failed to match the benchmark index and their own benchmarks.

A recent report by Crisil said that the FMCG sector is likely to report 11-12 per cent rise in revenues in FY19.

Some international funds are giving around 40% returns. Should you invest?

International mutual funds are topping the return charts. The category has returned around 20 per cent in one year.

The numbers from the big IT players have been good in the last quarter. However, experts believe that the good performance is because of the expensive valuations in the other sectors in the market.

What are accrual funds? How are they different from duration funds? Here's all you need to know.

Gilt funds are returning negative returns in one-, three- and six-month periods.

Equity savings scheme (ESS) is a relatively low-risk product that invests in a mix of stocks, debt and arbitrage opportunities and managing the downside better.

Why you should think long term when investing in infrastructure mutual funds

Infrastructure funds were the star performers last year. The question is, should investors get off the infra wagon or is there more mileage in this theme?

Infrastructure mutual fund schemes have delivered the highest average return of 43.6 per cent among all sectoral schemes, in 2017.

Midcap and smallcap schemes have put up an impressive performance once again in 2017.

Sectoral mutual funds or mutual fund schemes that invest in specific sectors or themes are recommended only to highly informed investors.

Mutual fund advisor reason that if a person is holding just one mutual fund scheme, it better be a multicap scheme.

Largecap mutual fund schemes stage a comeback in 2017

Most mutual fund pundits were predicting a strong performance by largecap schemes since the last few years.

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