Are you too concerned about the swelling size of your fund? What are the pros and cons of a big size for different types of funds? We tell you in our next Hangout
16-Jun-2017 •Neil Borate
Size may mean many things. A big fund might be big because it did well in the past and drew more investors. It might thus keep doing well. It might also have access to lots of talented professionals and technology.
On the other hand, a big fund might be too big to spot the next Google or Facebook. And if it did, it might be too big to invest in a promising young company.
Size also plays out differently in different asset classes - equity, debt, international funds or ETFs and different categories - large or small cap funds. Recently a few big funds in the mid and small-cap categories closed their gates to fresh investments. So does size really matter? And if so, when does it matter? We tell you in our next Money Hangout.
Week 35: Does Fund Size Matter?
Date: Friday, June 23, 2017
Time: 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
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