Research Paper On Mutual Fund Performance In India

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  • Mutual Fund Selection

    A 10 page paper discussing considerations for choosing a mutual fund. By their very nature, most mutual funds supply a reliable method of market investment: the fund is comprised of several stocks of diverse economic sectors and therefore is not as sensitive to market and industry fluctuations as are individual stocks. Of mutual funds, growth, income and the combination growth/income are the most common. The combination of growth and income is one of the most common and one of the most desirable—active income is reinvested to purchase more shares of the fund; growth increases the fund shares' value over time, and the balance of investment holdings within the fund provides the greatest possible return with the least amount of risk. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Overview of Mutual Funds

    In 5 pages, the author discusses selecting the most lucrative mutual funds to insure financial stability. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • About Mutual Funds

    This 3 page paper is basic research about mutual funds. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Mutual Fund Industry in the United States and Competition

    A 2 page paper discussing mutual fund competition and performance in light of Porter’s Five Forces of Competition. Some economists believe that regulation of the industry prevents buyers from operating with full information; active practitioners in the industry believe that competition within it is healthy and that buyer power is the most significant of Porter’s five forces when applied to the entire industry. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Long Term Performance of the Vanguard Specialized Health Care Mutual Fund

    A 6 page paper evaluating the long-term performance of this mutual fund. Investing in major drug firms, health service organizations (i.e., HMOs) and medical equipment manufacturers and distributors, this fund shows promise for continued growth regardless of whatever level of volatility exists in the stock market at any given time. This fund consistently has been rated in the top ten performing mutual funds since 1986, not only overall but in all categories of one, three, five and ten years, averaging more than 26 percent return annually for five years. The paper concludes that this fund is a wise choice if the investor is seeking a proven fund with the objective of long-term growth. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

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