A Study On Preference of Mutual Funds of Investors in Chennai City

Authors

  • Deepa Anandan Student, Department of Master of Business Administration, Vellore Institute of Technology, Chennai, India
  • Joseph Jey Anand Selvaraj Professor, Department of Master of Business Administration, Vellore Institute of Technology, Chennai, India

Keywords:

Customer perception, Features of mutual fund, Investors, Mutual fund, Mutual fund scheme

Abstract

The present paper measures the preference of the investors for investment in mutual fund. Mutual funds have a mutual investment forum to engage in qualified asset management in the Indian stock market independent of the amount invested. The Indian mutual fund market expands fast and this is evidenced by the growth in investments under the control of different investment firms. Trading in mutual funds is less costly than investing in bonds, and thus better for risk-averse buyers. A mutual fund is an investment mechanism that collects and invest funds from different investors into commodities, Share, Short -term monetary instrument, other instruments, reserves. The primary objective of mutual fund is to earn a relatively low risk return of goods. This work is primarily aimed to define investor interest for the mutual fund in Chennai.

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Published

12-08-2020

How to Cite

[1]
D. Anandan and J. J. A. Selvaraj, “A Study On Preference of Mutual Funds of Investors in Chennai City”, IJRESM, vol. 3, no. 8, pp. 178–184, Aug. 2020.

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