LARGE CAP ETFS
Index funds’ outperformance over large-cap peers boosts their appeal
Actively-managed large-cap funds have lost 0.37 per cent.
For long-term investments, index funds make more sense, says Pratik Oswal of Motilal Oswal AMC
Motilal Oswal Mutual Fund launched one of the ...
Motilal Oswal NFOs may suit investors keen on passive mutual funds
Four index funds tracking Nifty 500, Bank Nifty, Nifty Midcap 150 and Nift...
Should you invest in the 'Nifty 50 Value 20 Index' ETFs?
ETFs based on the NV20 have clocked high returns over the past year, but they come with liquidity issues.
Should you shift from large-cap mutual funds to index funds?
Post re-categorisation and benchmarking against TRI, a low disparity between active and passively managed index funds in terms of returns is expected.
Are smart beta mutual funds better than large-cap MFs?
Smart beta funds seeks to enhance returns from the base index by buying a larger proportion of stocks compared to their share in the underlying index.
Go for the lowest expense ratio to maximise index fund returns
Though returns within the index fund category are almost the same, the total expense ratio of various schemes are different.
Why passive large-cap mutual funds are currently outperforming actively managed ones
The top performers are mostly passively managed ETFs and index funds. Most actively managed large-cap funds have severely underperformed the underlying index.
Index mutual funds offer competitive returns at low cost: Here are the top performers
Index funds have become attractive due to their lower cost and competitive returns. ET Wealth identifies the top performers across categories.
Small and midcap is the place to be in right now: Nilesh Shah
Ecosystem is turning conducive for small and midcaps, says Kotak AMC MD.
Largecap-broader indices’ returns gap hints at chance for value buys
The broader indices have bounced back sharply after falling badly several times in the past.
CPSE ETF FPO kicks off: Should you subscribe?
The issue received an overwhelming response from 16 anchor investors.
Allocating to passive mutual funds in one's portfolio is increasingly making sense
Passive investments makes sense today as increasingly active ones are unable to beat it most times.
Wall Street bets on world markets with BlackRock Global ETF
The China ETF, which holds mainland companies listed in Hong Kong, may be a convenient tool.
Should I opt for one large-, mid-, multi-cap scheme?
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