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Multi-cap fund managers are turning cautious in the current bull run and shifting to large caps from mid and small caps | |
With the valuations of mid- and small-cap funds going through the roof, large-cap funds still look good in terms of valuations | |
Favourable debt and equity markets have helped balanced funds post better returns than large-cap equity funds over 10 years | |
In spite of recent setbacks, short-term debt funds remain a good parking place for your one-year-plus money | |
With small-cap valuations getting even more expensive than those of blue chips, investors must exercise caution with small-cap funds | |
While mid-cap funds have generated great returns over five years, their valuations seem to have got stretched | |
ELSS funds are the best wealth creators among all the tax-saving avenues mentioned under Section 80C. Read on | |
With debt funds becoming more and more volatile, dynamic bond funds were looked upon as the next reliable thing. However, their performance has also been patchy | |
Income funds invest in G-secs, corporate bonds and the money market, thus reducing volatility | |
The ELSS fund category is the only tax-saving option with a significant gain potential... | |
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