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The mutual fund industry of India is continuously evolving. Along the way, several industry bodies are also investing towards investor education. Yet, according to a report by Boston Analytics, less than 10% of our households consider mutual funds as an investment avenue. It is still considered as a high-risk option.
In fact, a basic inquiry about the types of mutual funds reveals that these are perhaps one of the most flexible, comprehensive and hassle free modes of investments that can accommodate various types of investor needs.
Various types of mutual funds categories are designed to allow investors to choose a scheme based on the risk they are willing to take, the investable amount, their goals, the investment term, etc.
Let us have a look at some important mutual fund schemes under the following three categories based on maturity period of investment:

An open-end fund is a mutual fund scheme that is available for subscription and redemption on every business throughout the year, (akin to a savings bank account, wherein one may deposit and withdraw money every day). An open-ended scheme is perpetual and does not have any maturity date.

A closed-end fund is open for subscription only during the initial offer period and has a specified tenor and fixed maturity date (akin to a fixed term deposit). Units of Closed-end funds can be redeemed only on maturity (i.e., pre-mature redemption is not permitted). Hence, the Units of a closed-end fund are compulsorily listed on a stock exchange after the new fund offer and are traded on the stock exchange just like other stocks, so that investors seeking to exit the scheme before maturity may sell their Units on the exchange.

An equity fund is a mutual fund scheme that invests predominantly in equity stocks. In the Indian context, as per current SEBI Mutual Fund Regulations, an equity mutual fund scheme must invest at least 65% of the scheme’s assets in equities and equity related instruments.
Under the tax regime in India, equity funds enjoy certain tax advantages (such as, there is no incidence of long-term capital gains tax on equity shares or equity funds which are held for at least 12 months from the date of acquisition). As per current Income Tax rules, an "Equity Oriented Fund" means a Mutual Fund Scheme where the investible funds are invested in equity shares in domestic companies to the extent of more than 65% of the total proceeds of such fund. An Equity Fund can be actively managed or passively managed. Index funds and ETFs are passively managed.

Equity mutual funds are principally categorized according to company size, the investment style of the holdings in the portfolio and geography. The sizes of an equity fund is determined by a market capitalization, while the investment style, reflected in the fund's stock holdings, is also used to categorize equity mutual funds.
Equity funds are also categorized by whether they are domestic (investing in stocks of only Indian companies) or international (investing in stocks of overseas companies). These can be broad market, regional or single-country funds.
Some specialty equity funds target business sectors, such as health care, commodities, and real estate and are known as Sectoral Funds.

A debt fund is a mutual fund scheme that invests in fixed income instruments, such as Corporate and Government Bonds, corporate debt securities, and money market instruments etc. that offer capital appreciation. Debt funds are also referred to as Income Funds or Bond Funds.

Liquid Funds, as the name suggests, invest predominantly in highly liquid money market instruments and debt securities of very short tenure and hence provide high liquidity. They invest in very short-term instruments such as Treasury Bills (T-bills), Commercial Paper (CP), Certificates Of Deposit (CD) and Collateralized Lending & Borrowing Obligations (CBLO) that have residual maturities of up to 91 days to generate optimal returns while maintaining safety and high liquidity. Redemption requests in these Liquid funds are processed within one working (T+1) day.

A balanced fund combines equity stock component, a bond component and sometimes a money market component in a single portfolio. Generally, these hybrid funds stick to a relatively fixed mix of stocks and bonds that reflects either a moderate, or higher equity, component, or conservative, or higher fixed-income, component orientation These funds invest in a mix of equities and debt, giving the investor the best of both worlds. Balanced funds gain from a healthy dose of equities but the debt portion fortifies them against any downturn.

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Though past performance is not an indication of a how a scheme will fare in the future, historical return analysis can throw up interesting points. As a first step, investors can concentrate on schemes that have been around for a longer time and avoid schemes that haven't seen a bear market. This is because a bear market is the real test for a fund manager. Go for funds that outperformed peers when the market was not doing well,

Bonanza has top-notch research capabilities. While it is easy to identify research capabilities of established fund houses like Reliance, HDFC or ICICI, how should one analyze the research capabilities of new fund houses? In such cases, the pedigree of the fund house or its promoter should be taken into consideration. Investors need to give extra weight to mutual funds which Bonanza Analysts have extensively analyzed through the well established research capability over several decades.

There are several reasons for sticking with large fund houses or schemes. Bonanza has the capability and the size of research teams maintained to keep track of these companies. Our long-standing team of highly experienced fund managers also gives the stability required in this segment. Accesses to external research can also become problematic for smaller funds because sell side research teams usually offer better service to larger funds from which they draw higher business. We at Bonanza evenly manage the playing field. Corporate access is also difficult for smaller funds. Smaller fund houses have also been seen to take undue risk to shore up their short-term performance, Even large fund houses ignore their very small schemes and often merge them into a larger, better performing schemes. Hence, it is best to avoid very small schemes from even the bigger fund houses.

Investors need to make sure that the fund house and or scheme follows a clear strategy across market cycles. Continuity in strategy is key at Bonanza Mutual Fund Services. You also need to ascertain whether the investing style of a fund house is in sync with your risk appetite. While Reliance mutual fund follows an aggressive style, HDFC and ICICI follow counter cyclical styles. We help our client keep in sync with all the latest developments. At Bonanza Continuation of the fund manager is also long standing practice for the continuation of the investment strategy.


Calculation of Net Asset Value

It is derived as the market value of all investments in the fund less liabilities and expenses divided by outstanding number of fund. Buying and selling into funds is done on the basis of NAV. It is calculated on each business day.

Managing money by building Portfolio

Portfolio may have both risky and risk free assets. Risky assets can give benefit during bullish market and risk free assets are helpful to generate stable returns even though equity market is not performing. Portfolio need to be rebalanced at regular interval to get benefit of opportunities in different asset class.

Balancing Asset allocation

Asset allocation can be strategic (long term) or tactical (short term). It can also be on the basis of risk appetite of investor (conservative, moderate and aggressive). It can be also linked to your goals like short term, medium term and long term.

Practicing Diversification strategy

Diversification reduces investment risks. It can be vertical (different asset class like equity, mutual fund, real estate etc) or horizontal (in case of equity, investing in large cap, small cap and mid cap companies, in case of equity mutual fund, investing in large cap mutual fund, multi cap mutual fund and small cap mutual fund).

Benefits of Systematic Investment Plan

SIP is based on the concept of rupee cost averaging. It means when market is high, less units are purchased and when market is low, more units are bought. Young investors have more chance of creating wealth through SIP as they start early.

Staying ahead of Inflation

Investor should invest in equity shares or equity mutual funds for longer duration to beat inflation. In India, inflation is measured in the form of Consumer Price Index and Wholesale Price Index. Real rate of return help to calculate returns post inflation.



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  • Mutual Fund is a professionally managed type of collective investment scheme that pools money from many investors and invests it in stocks, bonds, short-term money market instruments and other securities. Mutual funds have a fund manager who invests the money on behalf of the investors by buying / selling stocks, bonds etc.
    Investors who don’t have time to manage their portfolio, in which stocks, bond and mutual funds they should invest. Mutual funds is fully diversify and less risky
    Qualified and experienced professionals manage Mutual Funds. Generally, investors by themselves may have reasonable capability, but to assess a financial instrument, a professional analytical approach is required, in addition to access to research and information as well as time and methodology to make sound investment decisions and to keep monitoring them.
    Since Mutual Funds make investments in a number of stocks, the resultant diversification reduces risk. They provide small investors with an opportunity to invest in a larger basket of securities..
    The investor is spared the time and effort of tracking investments, collecting income, etc. from various issuers, etc.
    It is possible to invest in small amounts as and when the investor has surplus funds to invest.
    Mutual Funds are registered with SEBI. SEBI monitors the activities of Mutual Funds.
    In case of Open-Ended Funds, the investment is very liquid as it can be redeemed at any time with the fund unlike direct investment in stocks/bonds
    An Asset Management Company (AMC) is an entity that pools money from investors and invest the same in a portfolio. They charge a small management fee, which is normally 1.5% of the total funds managed.
    Mutual Funds do not provide assured returns. Their returns are linked to their performance. They invest in shares, debentures and deposits. All these investments involve an element of risk. The unit value may vary depending upon the performance of the company and companies may default in payment of interest/principal on their debentures/bonds/deposits. Besides this, the government may come up with new regulations, which may affect a particular industry or class of industries. All these factors influence the performance of Mutual Funds.
    The Offer document is very detailed and can run into 100 pages or more. It usually contains all information about the scheme that is being sold, namely, the objective of the scheme, the asset allocation, and the sale and repurchases procedures, the load and expense structure, and the accounting and valuation policies. Apart from this core information, the offer document also contains details regarding the structure of the Mutual Fund, how it is constituted, and the performance of existing schemes of the Mutual Fund. It also contains operational details about how to apply and what the investor’s rights and obligations are. Offer document is very important to an investor for the following reasons:
    Information about the product and its fundamental attributes are specified in the Offer document. Therefore, it forms the basis for the investor's decision
    Offer document is a legal document that specifies the details of the offer made by the Mutual Fund, and before buying the Mutual Fund product; an investor must read and understand the terms of the offer.
    A Growth plan is a plan under a scheme wherein the returns from investments are reinvested and no income distributions are made. The investor thus only realizes capital appreciation on the investment. This plan appeals to investors in the high-income bracket. Under the Dividend plan, income is distributed from time to time. This plan is ideal for those investors requiring a regular income.
    Dividend plans of schemes carry an additional option for reinvestment of income distribution. This is referred to as the dividend reinvestment plan. Under this plan, dividends declared by a fund are reinvested on behalf of the investor, thus increasing the number of units held by the investor.
    The investor has the option of investing at a specified frequency in a scheme of the Mutual Fund for a constant sum of investment. SIP allows the investors to plan their savings through a structured regular monthly savings program.
    NAV of a Mutual Fund is the value of one unit of investment in the fund, in net asset term. It is computed by dividing the net assets of the fund by the number of units that are outstanding in the books for the fund. NAV is calculated as follows: NAV = (Market Value of the Fund's Investments + Receivables + Accrued Income - Liabilities - Accrued Expenses)/Number of Outstanding Units
    There are two types of loads in mutual funds: Entry and Exit. While entry load has been banned by SEBI in 2008, Exit load is levied on investors. Exit load is an expense or charge one pays when redeeming the investments from the fund within a specific period of time. Usually exit load is 1% for most schemes but varies from 0.5% - 5% for few funds.
    Besides loads, one pays a fund management fee which is a recurring charge. Fund management fees vary from 0.5%-3%. Besides fund management fees, in case one invests through an advisor/distributor , and is investing for the first time in mutual fund they have to pay Rs. 150/- from their invested amount, and existing investors have to pay Rs. 100/- and the balance amount will be invested in the said fund.
    An open ended scheme allows the investor to enter and exit at his convenience, anytime (except under certain conditions). In case of open ended schemes, investors can buy the units even after the NFO period is over.
    Close ended scheme restricts the freedom of entry and exit. The freedom to invest after the NFO period is over is not there in close ended schemes. Once the NFO closes, new investors cannot enter, nor can existing investors exit, till the term of the scheme comes to an end. However, in order to provide entry and exit option, close ended mutual funds list their schemes on stock exchanges.
    Funds that invest in equity shares are called Equity Funds. They carry the principal objective of capital appreciation of the investment over the medium to long-term. The returns in such funds are volatile since they are directly linked to the stock markets. They are best suited for investors who are seeking capital appreciation. There are different types of Equity Funds such as Diversified Funds, Sector Specific Funds and Index Based Funds.
    These funds are invested in companies spread across sectors. These funds are generally meant for risk-taking investors who are not bullish about any particular sector.
    These funds are invested primarily in equity shares of companies in a particular business sector or industry. These funds are targeted at investors who are extremely bullish about a particular sector.
    These funds are invested in the same pattern as popular market indices like S & P 500 and BSE Index. The value of the Index Fund varies in proportion to the benchmark index.
    ELSS are equity funds floated by Mutual Funds. With the introduction of Section 80C in the Budget 2005-06, you can now claim the investments in ELSS schemes (up to Rs.1 lakh), as a deduction from your taxable income. That means if your taxable income is Rs. 5,00,000 and you invest Rs. 1,00,000 in an ELSS fund, tax will be levied only on Rs. 4,00,000.
    These funds are invested predominantly in high-rated fixed-income-bearing instruments like bonds, debentures, government securities, commercial paper and other money market instruments. They are best suited for the medium to long-term investors who are averse to risk and seek capital preservation. They provide regular income and safety to the investor.
    These funds invest in highly liquid money market instruments. The period of investment could be as short as a day. They provide easy liquidity. They have emerged as an alternative for savings and short-term fixed deposit accounts with comparatively higher returns. These funds are ideal for Corporate, institutional investors and business houses that invest their funds for very short periods.
    These funds are invested in Central and State Government securities. Since they are Government backed bonds, they give a secured return and also ensure safety of the principal amount. They are best suited for the medium to long-term investors who are averse to risk.
    These funds are invested both in equity shares and fixed income bearing instruments (debt) in proportion of 65:35 usually. They provide a steady return and reduce the volatility of the fund while providing some upside for capital appreciation.
    BONANZA Online Mutual Fund is an internet based online investment service enabling you to make online transactions on
    Registering online with us is a one-time process. Just fill up our registration form online Checklist! And your account will be activated for Online Transaction and then you may purchase/sell anytime from anywhere!!!
    Basically you are only required to submit Account Opening form, ACH Mandate Form, KYC Form if KYC not done and Cancelled Cheque copy with name printed on it else copy of passbook with latest transactions.
    Your account will be activated within one working day after we receive the documents from your end and after registration of KYC, if not done earlier. In case of SIP, you can invest in SIP Mutual Fund after registration of your ACH Mandate Form.
    You can make transaction in just few simple steps by selecting the AMC and the Scheme you want to invest in and making the payment through net banking or ACH Mandate.
    In that case, click on ‘FORGOT PASSWORD’ link and fill in the User ID and click on submit. The password will be sent to your registered email id.
    Yes, both the facilities are available. You can transact online as well as offline by submitting the respective forms along with documents at our corporate office or local branch office.
    Yes, while placing any mutual fund order, modify or cancel option would be available to you till the final confirmation of the order is placed by you. Once you click on Final Confirmation you cannot modify or cancel the order placed by you.
    As soon as you confirm your order you can view the details of your transaction in the Transaction History. After two working days of transaction the same will reflect in your account statement.

    Yes, you can transact at any time of the day. However, in order to get the NAV of the current day you would have to transact before the cut-off time of the scheme.

    For all Liquid Schemes the transaction Cut-off time for placing online transaction is 11.30 am and the previous working day's NAV will be applicable for all transactions placed before 11.30 am. For all online transactions placed after the cut-off time in Liquid Funds the next working day’s NAV would be applicable / as applicable based on Scheme Offer Document.

    For all Equity Schemes & Income/ Debt oriented Schemes the transaction cut-off time for placing online transaction will be 1 PM and the NAV declared on the same day will be applicable for all transactions placed before 1 PM. For all transaction placed after the cut-off time the next working day's NAV will be applicable. For transactions of more than Rs.2 lac NAV will be allotted after receipt of Funds by respective AMCs.

    In order to get the NAV of the same day, you have to purchase up to the cut-off time of the scheme, after which you will get the next day's NAV. (If the next day is a holiday, then the NAV of the next working day).
    As decided by the fund, there is a minimum transaction amount indicated against each scheme. You can see the minimum transaction amount in the Purchase confirmation screen.
    All your investments done under ARN of Bonanza Portfolio Limited will be available on this platform for transactions. However units in Demat form will not be available for transactions.
    The details of your transactions will be immediately updated in Transaction History. An email will also be sent to you and the entry in your portfolio will be displayed within T+2 days.
    To schedule an SIP transaction first you have to submit a mandate form to us and it should be registered. (Mandate is authority to debit your bank account with specified amount in specified time interval)
    a. Select Scheme name and SIP tab
    b. choose amount
    c. SIP date
    d. SIP period
    e. Submit and Make Payment
    For change of address, you will have to change it your KYC first and then submit a request to us fr change of Address in our records. We will send a prefilled form to you for signatures. Sign it and send to us along with address proof.
    Yes, you can place your request even on a holiday. However, the request would be processed on the next business day and respective NAV would be applicable as per the Mutual Fund's offer document.
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    a. Purchase Mutual Funds
    b. Purchase additional units of Mutual Funds you have invested in
    c. Redeem your investments from Mutual Funds
    d. Create Systematic Investment Plans
    e. Create Systematic Withdrawal Plans
    f. Create Systematic Transfer Plans
    g. Switch invested money between different schemes of same fund.
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    A systematic investment plan (SIP) is one where an investor contributes a fixed amount (even a small amount of Rs.500) every month and at the prevailing NAV the units are credited to his account. Today many funds are offering this facility. Let's say you are investing Rs 1,000 in your fund every month. At the end of a year, you would have invested Rs 12,000 in your fund. Suppose the Net Asset Value (price of a unit of a fund) on the day you invest in the first month is Rs 300; you will get 3.33 units. The next month, the NAV is Rs 270. You will get 3.7 units.
    The following month, the NAV is Rs 269. You will get 3.71 units. And so on. So, at the end of the year, you would have 4.24 units as given in the table below. On an average, you would have paid around Rs 268.73 per unit. This is because, when the NAV is high, you get fewer units per Rs 1,000. When the NAV falls, you get more units per Rs 1,000.
    Investment Date
    Investment Amount (Rs)
    Purchase Price (Rs)
    Units Purchased

    A systematic investment plan (SIP) offers 2 major benefits to an investor:
    • It avoids lump sum investment at one point of time
    • In a scenario of falling prices, it reduces your overall cost of acquisition by a process of rupee-cost averaging. This means that at lower prices you end up getting more units for the same investment
    NAV is the Net Asset Value of the fund. Basically it reflects what the unit held by an investor is worth at current market prices.
    Not necessarily. Even for the cash-rich, SIPs reduces the chance of investing at the wrong time and losing their sleep over a wrong investment decision. However, the true benefit of an SIP is derived by investing at lower levels.
    Through disciplined, regular investments you can stop worrying about when and how much to invest. SIP eliminates the need to actively track the markets. Though, it doesn’t mean to completely ignore the market.
    Exit load is the amount which is charged at the time of redemption from a fund (Before lock in period). For example, if the invested amount of Rs 100 has grown to Rs 120 and the fund has an exit load of 2 %, then Rs 2.40 (2 per cent of 120) will be deducted at the time of redemption. Hence, the amount redeemed would be Rs 117.60.
    No, Entry load is banned from SEBI and usually there is no exit load on SIP investments. An exit load may be charged if you will redeem before lock in period
    Let's say you have a one-year SIP but you discontinue after five months, then an exit load will be levied. These conditions will wary between mutual funds.
    When you invest the amount in a fund at regular intervals over time, you buy more units when the price is lower. Thus, you would reduce your average cost per share (or per unit) over time. This strategy is called 'rupee cost averaging'.
    All investment is to be done for long term, which reduces the risk and give you high returns
    SIP is not for short term investment. You need to have patience to stand by during the tough times. If you quit when the markets are in doom, you lose. But if you sail through, you are a winner. Markets go up and markets go down, but if you want a better return on your investment than give time to your investment to perform and don’t withdraw your investments when market is falling. Remember, SIPs are your best investment advisor – they are more beneficial to you than you perceive when the markets are in doldrums
    For e.g. In the below table you can see that when you invest for one year i.e. short term the Future Value of your investment becomes Rs.12,860.36/- and if you invest for say, 3 years or 5 years then it subsequently increases up to Rs.45115.51/- and Rs.88574.51/- respectively
    1 Year
    1 Year
    3 Year
    3 Year
    4 Year
    4 Year
    Monthly Investment 10001000 1000
    No. of Years 12 3660
    Rate of Interest 15%15%15%
    Future Value 12,860.36 45,115.5188,574.51
    Thus we understand that investment should be done for long term as it proves to be more beneficial.
    In case of SIP, basically no fees are charged, but if you sell your units in a year time you pay an exit load. Hence it pays to invest in a longer run. To get the benefit of an SIP, think of at least a five-year time frame when you won't touch your money.
    If you invest via an SIP in mutual fund, each fund has its own minimum amount. Some may keep it at least Rs 500 per month; others may keep it as Rs 1,000.
    It would depend on the fund. Some insist the SIP must be done every month. Others give you the option of investing once in three months or once in six months.
    You may buy the units of a fund, when the NAV is really high. For instance, let's say you bought the units of a fund when the market was at its peak, leading to a high NAV. If the market dips after that, the value of your investments falls and you may have to wait for a long while to make a return on your investment.
    Thus, if you invest via a SIP, you do not make the mistake of buying all the units when the market is at its peak. Since you are buying small amounts constantly, you will end up buying some units at a high price and some units at lower price. Over time, your odds of making a profit are much higher when compared to a one-time investment.
    Let's say you have invested in the Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) option of a diversified equity fund. If you sell the units after a year of buying, you pay no capital gains tax of 10%*. If you sell if before a year, you pay capital gains tax of 15%.
    *Finance Bill, 2018 proposes levy of income-tax at the rate of 10% (without indexation benefit) on long-term capital gains exceeding Rs. 1 lakh provided transfer of such units is subject to STT.
    Let's say you invest through a Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) for 12 months: January 2010 to December 2010. Now, in February 2011, you want to sell some units. Will you be charged capital gains tax? Capital gains are taxed on a first-in, first-out basis so, the amount you invest in January 2010 and the units you bought with that money, will be regarded as the units you sell in February 2011. For tax purposes, the units that you sell first will be considered as the first units bought.
    Know your customer (KYC) is the due diligence and bank regulation that financial institutions and other regulated companies must perform to identify their customers and ascertain relevant information to do financial business is with them.
    Know your customer policies are becoming increasingly important globally to prevent identity theft, fraud, money laundering and terrorist financing. One aspect of KYC checking is to verify whether the customer is on any list of known fraudsters, terrorists or money launderers, such as the Office of Foreign Assets Control's Specially Designated Nationals list.
    CDSL Ventures Limited does the KYC verification of the investors in India.
    KYC is required for all categories of investors. The list covers Individual and all joint account holders, Corporate Investors, Society, Trusty, Partnership Firm a HUF-Hindu Undivided Family, Non Resident of India, Person of Indian Origin, Overseas Citizen of India.
    As per SEBI regulations all investors through channel partners have to be KYC verified irrespective of the investment amount.
    For the purpose of KYC verification, an additional copy of PAN Card and address proof is required along with the KYC form.
    To get yourself KYC verified, you need to fill in the KYC application form attest the copy of PAN card and address proof and submit it to your nearest DISPL service centre along with the online application form. There are no charges for KYC verification.
    Please note: In case you have submitted the KYC form personally, you need to carry the self-attested documents along with the original. Original will be returned to you over the counter after verification
    In case you are sending the documents through courier, all the documents need to be attested by a Notary Public / Gazetted Officer / Manager of a schedule commercial bank.
    Click here and enter your PAN card number; you will get to see the status of your KYC verification. Once you are KYC verified, the website status will be updated to 'VERIFIED'.
    The process requires investors to provide their Pan Card copy and Proof of Address (any valid document listed in section B of the KYC application form) to comply with KYC requirements.
    Please note: In case you have submitted the KYC form personally, you need to carry the self-attested documents along with the original. Original will be returned to you over the counter after verification.
    In case you are sending the documents through courier, all the documents need to be attested by a Notary Public / Gazetted Officer / Manager of a schedule commercial bank.


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