The most important characteristics of a fund are that the contributors and the beneficiaries of the fund are the same class of people namely the investors. The term mutual fund means the investors contribute to the pool and also benefit from the pool. The pool of funds held mutually by investors is the mutual fund.
A mutual fund business is to invest the funds thus collected according to the wishes of the investors who created the pool. Usually the investors appoint professional investment managers create a product and offer it for investment to the investors. This project represents a share in the pool and pre status investment objectives.
Thus, a mutual fund is the most suitable investment for a common man as it offers an opportunity to invest in a diversified, professionally managed basket of securities at relatively low cost.
1. Introduction of Mutual Fund
2. Objective of Study
Chapter2. Mutual Fund Industry
1. History of Mutual Fund
2. Regulatory Framework
3. Legal Structure
Chapter3. Performance Measures
1. Investment Plans
2. Different features of various funds
3. Net Asset Value
4. Performance measures of Mutual Funds
Chapter4. Investor’s point of view
1. Stages of Life Cycle
2. Classification of Life cycle
1. Analysis of Questionnaire