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Actively-managed large cap mutual funds poised for a comeback
Defying predictions of their imminent irrelevance, some actively-managed large cap schemes have bounced back to the top of the return chart.
As local ETFs grow, risk of sudden outflow may ease
The AUM of ETF grew 35.4% between April-December 2019, while total equity AUM grew 9.59% ...
Expect another 5% gain if Nifty breaches 10,000-mark: Gautam Shah
‘Insurance is a big theme that is likely to play out over the next five yea...
Passive index funds earn investors' trust in 2019
The total assets managed by the passive funds, including gold and other ETFs and index funds, stood at Rs 177,181.22 crore as of November 30, 2019.
Indices likely to lose steam, indicates data
Sentiment in mid and smallcap shares is weak in contrast to the bullish mood in bluechips.
Ride out this trough patiently, and you will be rewarded, says Jinesh Gopani of Axis Mutual Fund
The policy action on corporate taxation is a big step by the government to regain the growth narrative.
Best large cap mutual funds to invest in 2019
Large cap mutual fund schemes, as the name suggests, invest in stocks of very large companies, or top 100 stocks with the largest market capitalisation.
Stocks pricey, mid- & small-cap funds prefer to hold more cash
Mid-cap funds received inflows of Rs 2,607 crore in the past three months.
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Why you should invest 25% of portfolio in Index funds
Value Research data showed that large-cap and multicap funds yielded 6.78% and 0.72%, respectively. The mid-cap category lost 8.2%.
Index funds’ outperformance over large-cap peers boosts their appeal
Actively-managed large-cap funds have lost 0.37 per cent.
2% tax on large bank cash withdrawal excellent move: Amar Ambani, YES Securities
Body blow to HNIs by levying high surcharge on the rich, Ambani said.
Most active funds will get wiped out by ETFs & index funds: Aswath Damodaran
After a year like the last, you are less likely to see a really good year, says Damodaran.
Mid cap mutual funds
According to Sebi norms, mid cap mutual funds must invest at least 65% of their corpus in mid-sized or mid cap companies.
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.