Investor Education Initiative by Aditya Birla Sunlife Mutual Fund
Are you in love with the small-cap funds for the returns they've got you in the recent past? Beware! Watch the next Investors' Hangout to know more.
By Dhirendra Kumar | 23-Jun-2017
The largest equity fund in India has a size of about Rs 19,000 crores and the smallest one is all of Rs 38 lakhs. Do they and all the funds in between give the same returns, regardless of size? It can be argued that large funds affect stock prices when they buy or sell thus pay a penalty for their girth. But one can also argue that larger funds have greater resources and expertise and lower relative expenses. The answer may also differ with asset class - equity, debt, international, ETF etc. In our latest Hangout we tell you if and when, size does matter. Register now.