Define yield in mutual funds?
Yield is the interest earned on a bond, or the dividend paid on a stock or mutual fund.
There are dozens of mutual fund houses running in india. Some of the most prominent ones are: a. HDFC Mutual Funds b. ICICI Prudential Mutual Funds c. SBI Mutual Funds d. Reliance Mutual Funds e. Religare Mutual Funds f. DSP Blackrock Mutual Funds g. Kotak Mutual Funds h. Sundaram BNP Paribas Mutual Funds i. Etc.
Mutual Funds are classified as * Equity Mutual Funds * Equity Diversified Funds * Equity Linked Savings Schemes * Large Cap funds * Mid cap funds * Small cap funds * Contra Funds * Sectoral Funds * Thematic Funds * etc... * Debt Mutual Funds * Bond Mutual Funds * Hedge Funds * Fund of Funds * etc...
There are many types of MFs * Equity Diversified * Debt Funds * Fund of Funds * Hedge funds * Contra funds * Index funds * etc Mutual funds are instruments of investment for the investor who does not have the time or the expertise to trade in stocks. An expert financial investor would pool in money from such investors and trade stocks on their behalf and share the profit or loss with them.