What to do if there is LOSS in Mutual Funds
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If you ask anyone if they have invested in equities, the most common response that you will get from them is, ‘no baba; it is very risky.
Mutual funds have become a hot topic of discussion among everyone. The general curiosity among people about mutual funds have increased, especially after the ‘ Mutual Fund Sahi Hai’ campaign that went live a few years ago.
We all love our families and want the best for them. We try to fulfil their wishes to the best of our abilities. One easy and simple way to show your love for your family and to make sure that they continue to live a dignified life even in your absence is to take a term insurance.
In the last few months, there has been a lot of volatility in the debt market. For many investors, investing in debt mutual funds was riskier than equity funds. In all started with the IL&FS fiasco in September 2018 when the group companies defaulted on their payments.
Equity Investments are just like growing Chinese bamboo. Both requires lot of patience and time to grow.
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