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Top Performing Funds in India

Nippon India ETF Nifty PSU Ban...


1yrs 58.95

3yrs 47.49

Kotak Nifty PSU Bank ETF


1yrs 58.91

3yrs 47.37

HDFC Infrastructure Fund (G)


1yrs 40.47

3yrs 39.96

Note:Top Funds are on basis of 1 Year Returns


Top Performing funds are based on 1 Yr. Returns

icon Scheme Name icon Nav(₹) icon Aum(₹Cr.) icon Ret 1Y icon Ret 3Y icon Ret 5Y icon Exp Ratio(%)
HDFC Small Cap Fund (G)100.11 21,066.56 37.83 41.03 17.47 1.67
Quant Small Cap Fund - (G)175.65 6,779.64 37.66 47.28 27.74 2.37
SBI PSU Fund (G)18.41 633.19 35.19 29.31 11.44 2.46
Franklin India Smaller Companies Fund (G)119.98 9,103.82 34.77 40.60 15.59 1.79
Nippon India Small Cap Fund (G)116.61 34,468.92 34.16 44.50 21.95 1.58

HSBC Consumption Fund - Regular (G)

Fund Class

Equity - Media

Open Date

10 Aug, 23

Close Date

24 Aug, 23

HSBC Consumption Fund - Regular (IDCW)

Fund Class

Equity - Media

Open Date

10 Aug, 23

Close Date

24 Aug, 23

HSBC Consumption Fund - Regular (IDCW)

Fund Class

Equity - Media

Open Date

10 Aug, 23

Close Date

24 Aug, 23

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Why Invest In Mutual Funds?

Mutual Funds are the most lucrative plan of investment with a vast number of schemes to invest in and in a very simple and easy form of investment. One can start investing in mutual funds with as low as Rs 500/- and enjoy benefits with great returns. Mutual funds are considered to offer unexpected returns at times, as high as 70% when invested for a long term.

That being said, there are several benefits of investing in mutual funds.The key benefits are as follows:

Expert Money Management

Mutual fund companies hire professionally skilled managers to manage the money pooled in a mutual fund scheme. This ensures that the investors money is being managed by an expert at all times and that... Read More

Low-Cost Investment

A mutual fund is an option for every kind of investor. Investors with specific earnings every month can start investing with as low as just Rs 500/- per month and investors who have a big chunk of mon... Read More


As mentioned above, every investor can seek benefits. SIP refers to Systematic Investment Plan, and this is for the investors who do not wish to make a one-time investment. Through the schemes in SIP,... Read More

Lock-In Period

Every mutual fund has a different lock-in period. This could be one must or none at all. ELSS is one tax-friendly mutual fund scheme that has the shortest lock-in period of 3 years for good returns. H... Read More

Flexibility To Switch Funds

Switching funds is usually done by fund managers or by an investor who has attained enough knowledge to make the switch. This is done to keep up with the market conditions. This information is usually... Read More

Flexible Terms Of Tenure

Most of the mutual funds have no time foundations unless the scheme specifies. For instance, ELSS is a tax saving scheme which has a lock-in period of 3 years minimum. Other investment schemes have fl... Read More


Out of the many benefits, one of the most prominent is the fact that mutual funds are completely liquid. You can withdraw your invested money any time you want. Read More


Mutual funds are the investment method that ensures tax-saving at the most. Many of the mutual fund schemes have proven to be very tax-efficient and have generated high returns in comparison to any ot... Read More

Diversification and Goal-Based Investment

In order to manage risk, mutual funds invest in various assets, shares, bonds, and different company sizes. So, this way when one underperforms, the other gains to compensate for the loss. The recomme... Read More

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Expected Amount:

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Amount Invested:

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Wealth Gain:

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In which segments I can open an account with IIFL?

  • Equity
  • Derivatives
  • Currency
  • Commodity

What Are The Types Of Mutual Funds?

What types of mutual funds are there? Most mutual funds fall into one of four main categories – money market funds, bond funds, stock funds, and target date funds. Each type has different features, risks, and rewards. Money market funds have relatively low risks.

What Are Mutual Funds?

There are four broad types of mutual funds: Equity (stocks), fixed-income (bonds), money market funds (short-term debt), or both stocks and bonds (balanced or hybrid funds).

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