108 Questions & Answers on Mutual Funds & SIP
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Have you ever thought of letting your money work for you by being a part of the Indian growth story but the complicated financial jargon, perplexing terms and conditions, dilemma associated with risky investments and too many mutual fund options stopped you! This book provides answers to all such FAQs that an Indian Mutual Funds and SIP investor has. This book will help you understand various types of mutual funds, their comparison with other assets, ways to invest in mutual funds and identify the type of funds that fit your profile the best. The focus of this book is on simplifying myriad concepts of mutual funds and demystifying myths around these investments. The author has approached this book in a question-answer format with lots of recent examples.
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I am pleased to say this book hv fulfilled all my expectations with respect to simplicity and knowlede content.
This book is a must buy for all beginners, so dont think too much and start ur financial journey from buying this awesome book!!!
Authors' take on every instrument and how they pan out vis-a-vis other tools (e.g. mf,fd,rd,nsc etc) is the best part of the book.
Few more questions
1. why some of the Mutual funds add foreign Index as benchmark even though they have no foreign funds in their portfolio.
2. An yearly comparison table past 5-10 years on different cap funds .
3. A little technical analysis on how to chose a good fund with very simple examples. (Kind of like in the Yadnya Investment Accademy)
Almost every product/concept has a 'their take' section which I found helpful. Of course, it's up to you whether you follow it up or not.
At ~175 pages it provides a nice overview which won't take forever to read and you can easily move to explore concepts which interests you.
New mutual funds/SIP enthusiasts should have a crack at it!
Top international reviews
1. Easy read
2. Content is well divided
1. Sometime, things are repetitive
2. ETF and Index ETF definition is little misleading