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If suppose I invest in good equity diversified mutual fund (8 or 10 equity diversified 20000...
rs in each ) and suppose if the NAV fall of 50% of any of 4 mutual funds so it will be the loss continue for next 5 years or the NAV may increase after some times also say is there any chances that my investment of 20000 rs each may turn to zero( 0 ) rs , is the equity diversified mutual fund so risky , please reply my email id is email@example.com
I am not that big on funds I just know buy what My parents have invested in. and what I feel is worth investing in. Something that shows promise for the future and continues to grow is what I go buy and how long it has been in affect, with great standings.
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Looks like you are investing in India. I don't really know how the mutual fund structure is in India. As far as I know, Mutual Fund NAV and Market Price should very closely related within 0-3% differences. So a Diversified equity fund should consist of many different stocks. Unless all the stocks in the fund go to Zero, your mutual fund will never go to zero.
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