NFO Review: L&T Business Cycle Fund   (31-Jul-2014)
An open-ended diversified equity fund which aims to deploy a business cycle approach to investing.

Mutual Funds : Views on news

NFO Review: Axis Enhanced Arbitrage Fund   (24-Jul-2014)
An open-ended arbitrage fund which aims to generate returns seeking arbitrage opportunities in the equity and derivative markets.

Mutual Funds : Views on news

Have arbitrage funds become attractive post budget?   (21-Jul-2014)
Now that long term debt funds have lost their appeal, it is perceived that arbitrage funds would be a close substitute to them.. Should you invest?

Mutual Funds : Views on news

Markets at all-time high: Should you invest in mutual funds now?   (09-Jun-2014)
Assets under Management (AUM) of mutual funds rose to record highs in May 2014. Are retail investors entering at wrong time?

Mutual Funds : Views on news

Is it a time to re-look at infra funds?   (04-Jun-2014)
With NDA coming to power, theme infrastructure is back in favour again.

Mutual Funds : Views on news

Mutual funds are betting on cyclicals and shunning FMCG, will it pay?   (28-May-2014)
Mutual Funds give thumbs down to FMCG sector, bet big on cyclicals. How would this affect your investments?

Mutual Funds : Views on news

With NDA coming to power, has theme PSU become attractive again?   (21-May-2014)
PSU stocks have been on the buying radar of investors. With change in the Government; will governance of PSUs change? Let’s find out...

Mutual Funds : Views on news

10 expensive funds you should discard now...   (12-May-2014)
Markets are up. Nobody knows how long will they be up. It’s a time to get rid of expensive funds

Mutual Funds : Views on news

Is your mutual fund speculating on market direction?   (03-May-2014)
Mutual funds appear to be positive about the sustainability of the rally and might be expecting Indian economy to recover going forward.

Mutual Funds : Views on news

Why you should be investing in short term debt funds   (30-Apr-2014)
Short term debt funds have performed better than long term income funds – and rather comfortably. So what has led to short term debt funds outperform?

Mutual Funds : Views on news


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