Should SEBI revisit MF Categorization: To widen Large & Mid Cap categories?

Remember SEBI’s Mutual Fund Categorization exercise of 2018? The primary purpose of that monumental exercise was to bring uniformity between schemes offered by different Mutual Fund Houses and to reduce investor’s confusion, thereby helping investors to easily understand schemes and…

Mutual Funds Vs Real Estate – Which is better for Investing in India? (2019 Follow up post)

Note - This is a guest post by Ajay. He has previously written on this topic here. Since a few years had passed, he was kind enough to share his views again (with a useful real-life example). Ajay has also…

Difference between Large Cap, Mid Cap, Small Cap Stocks – SEBI Categorization of Mutual Funds

When it comes to investing in equity mutual funds, people tend to look for the best large-cap funds, best mid-cap funds, best small-cap funds and whatnot. But till very recently, there weren’t any clear guidelines in Indian mutual fund space…

Picking a Fund with 15% p.a. in 10 years Or a fund with 25% p.a. in 3 years?

That's an interesting problem. Neither 15% nor 25% can be called as bad returns. After all, risk free rates are at 8% or even less. But ofcourse, we are greedy and we prefer higher returns. Isn't it? I recently wrote…