FAQ on Mutual Funds

Mutual Funds

Where do Mutual Funds invest?

Broadly, mutual funds invest into three types of asset classes:
  • Stocks: Stocks represent ownership or equity in a company, popularly known as shares.

  • Bonds: These represent debt from companies, financial institutions or government agencies.

  • Money market instruments: These include short-term debt instruments such as treasury bills, certificate of deposits and inter-bank call money.















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