How it works?
What is Mutual Funds Investments all about?
Mutual Fund is an investment vehicle made up of capital/corpus collected from various owners and risk-takers. Units are issued to the investors in the proportion to their investments.
Mutual Fund categories for Diversification
There are pure Large Cap Funds, Core Diversified Funds, Multi Cap/ Focused Funds, Sector/ Thematic Funds, Value Funds/ Contra Funds in variety.
These funds give capital growth over long term and stable wealth with offering the best of equity & debt. Arbitrage Funds, Balanced Hybrid, Equity Savings & Dynamic Asset Allocation are various types of hybrid schemes.
They invest in fixed income securities like Government & Corporate Bonds, Treasury Bills, Commercial Papers etc. Dynamic Bonds, Credit Risk Funds, Monthly Income Plans (MIPs) and Fixed Maturity Plans (FMPs) are also types of debt funds.
Equity Linked Savings Schemes (ELSS) are open-ended in nature. They offer tax benefits to investors under Section 80C. The minimum lock in period for these funds is 3 years.
A type of fund that culminates stocks that track an underlying index and is traded on stock exchange. An ETF holds assets such as equity stocks, bonds and commodities.
Final Value: Rs. 22,486
If you invest
₹ 1,000/- per month for a period of
5 years your SIP amount will grow to
Fund Return Calculator
Future Fund Value
* Assuming % rate of return.