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#5
Well, it's all about the goals and the time in which you want to fulfill it. If you have a longer investment horizon better to look for the options that have stable returns such as debentures and government bonds.
 
#9
Analyze the fund's performance for the last one or two years. Also, check the expense ratio and entry exit load.
Thanks for sharing this, but i want to know some of the specific ratios that are used to analyse the fund's performance, I heard of sharpe and treynor, how are these used for analysis, anyone has idea over here ?
 
#10
Some of the important ratios are expense ratio, portfolio turnover ratio, standard deviation, treynor ratio, beta, sharpe ratio and sortino ratio. These ratios basically help in estimating the future rerturns and help in determining whether it's beneficial to invest in a particular fund or not.
 

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