International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 7, Issue 9, Part C (2021)
A study on investor’s preferences towards mutual funds and future investments in India
The common supports area is perhaps the quickest area in Indian Economy. Common asset is more solid to the financial backers as the danger is low contrasted with different wellsprings of speculation. It is more reachable to the financial backers as the assets don't get put resources into one area yet gets expanded to numerous areas. The coming of Mutual Funds changed the manner in which the world put away their cash. The beginning of Mutual Funds offered a chance to the everyday person to any desire for exceptional yields from their ventures when contrasted with other conventional wellsprings of speculation. The fundamental focal point of the review is to comprehend the mentality, mindfulness and inclinations of shared asset financial backers. The greater part of the respondents favors methodical money growth strategies and got their wellspring of data fundamentally from banks and monetary consultants. Financial backers favoured shared assets basically for proficient asset the executives and better returns and evaluated subsidizes mostly through Net Asset Values and past execution. The expansion occurs in an expert technique. This examination paper zeroed in consideration on number of components that features financial backer's discernment about shared asset. The investigation of the examination is on Investor conduct towards shared assets. From the examination it is tracked down that most of financial backers are male and are money managers. The exploration done was an essential examination from 90 respondents with comfort testing technique. It expressed that more individuals knew about shared asset on account of notices and web-based media. This Research signified that there was an incessant interest in shared assets contrasted with other venture areas.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Kavitha S Sharma. A study on investor’s preferences towards mutual funds and future investments in India. Int J Appl Res 2021;7(9):175-179.