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We spoke to to S Naren, ED & CIO, ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund, to find out what is in store for mutual fund investors.

Nifty is quoting at about 19 times one-year forward multiple, says Sanjay Dongre.

Inflation is at 3 per cent, repo rates easing, yields coming down, oil prices stable... everything looks positive for the bond fund investors.

In near term, the upside looks limited and there could be a mild correction, says Patil

“We run Kotak Standard Multicap Fund with a large cap tilt,” says Harsha Upadhyaya, CIO – equity, Kotak AMC

If you look at past trends, I would say both sector allocation and stock selection have delivered positive attribution for the fund.

“Mutual fund is a reputation business and if you have to take such a thing on the way, it is okay.”

“Investors should not expect when there is a little bit of stress, AMC would buy them out.”

As far as we are concerned, we have not had any negative experience with any NBFC till date, says Shah

Last five-year’s returns show midcaps and smallcaps have done much better than Nifty, says Singhania

Allocate more to mid, smallcaps: A Balasubramanian, Aditya Birla Sun Life AMC

Post election results, there is an uptick on optimism and hope is coming back, says the CEO of ABSL AMC

“High-risk debt fund categories are not the only solution for investors. Investors can diversify across both riskier credit risk funds as well as safer products in the market” says R Sivakumar, Head- Fixed Income, Axis Mutual Fund. Post NBFC setbacks; here’s how to choose a good debt mutual fund

We spoke to Jinesh Gopani, Head-Equity, Axis Mutual Fund, to find out the secret behind the impressive performance of Axis schemes.

Smallcap funds or midcap funds are not meant for all investors, says Value Research CEO.

Most Axis debt funds across categories have been performing well in the last one year.

Expect a faster resolution of NBFC crisis once next government is formed: Dhirendra Kumar

SIPs investors, do not try to time it, . Big moves are always unexpected, says Value Research CEO.

“It is an extremely short-term crisis situation and DHFL needs to be able to tide it over.”

Fiscal policy stimulus unlikely given the precarious fiscal situation, says the fund manager.

Global investors do not want to commit money into emerging markets, says Sundaram MF CEO

We have gone through the pain, hopefully the next phase will be growth, says Agrawal

Indian economy has a great runway but not enough escape velocity for a takeoff: Vetri Subramaniam, UTI AMC

The incoming government will have to focus on financial savings and investments, says Subramanian.

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