Which categories of funds have unusually high expense ratio? Should you avoid them – be it regular or direct? In which categories of funds is the TER difference between regular and direct too high? And are you better off staying with direct in such categories?
Does fund performance go down as AUM size increases? Should the size of a fund be the deciding factor on whether to hold it or sell it? We answer a PrimeInvestor’s query.
It has been 7 years since SEBI came out with direct plans in mutual funds and a lot has happened during this period. At this time, how should an investor decide which plan to go for – direct or regular? What are the factors to consider? Srikanth Meenakshi distills 11 years of FinTech experience and working with investors to provide a roadmap.