Article by Sachindra Dhungana.

Securities market investment has become very lucrative in recent days. However, not all investors have proper knowledge about the stock market and cannot select suitable investment opportunities. One of the easiest solutions to these problems is investing in mutual funds. Mutual funds are pooled funds that collect funds from various investors and invest the amount in securities like bonds, stocks, etc.

Mutual funds can be broadly divided into two kinds i.e. Open-ended Mutual funds and close-ended mutual funds. Close-ended mutual funds are those funds that issue a fixed number of shares through NFO with a fixed maturity date whereas open-ended mutual funds are those funds that do…


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