Mutual Funds Explained by Dhruv Rathee (Hindi) | Learn everything on Investments in 2018!

Namaskar Friends, today’s video is going to be educational and related to your personal finance. In this video, I will educate you regarding mutual funds. What is mutual funds? How to invest in it? Basically all the necessary information regarding it, being a common man or a beginner investor, all the information you will get in this video. Earlier I’ve made two more videos on related topics like on How to start your own business and on bitcoin. If you need any information related to these two topics you can click on the ibutton. Let’s start. Friends, every month when your salary is credited then you keep some part of that salary as savings. You keep some money for your later use, maybe for emergency or if you want to be the house, or car and you save for that. so what are the ways to save. One simple way is that you keep your salary as it is in the bank and it gets collected. It’s a very bad way friends, because such a money loses their value Inflation is increasing in our country and due to that the price of the commodities are increasing to. So, the value of your money keeps decreasing every year by 4-5% according to the inflation rate. People invest the money so that they don’t lose their value kept just lying. There are different places to invest. Our country has mainly 4 places for investment. No. 1 is savings account, No. 2 is FD or Fixed Deposit, No. 3 is Gold or jewellery People buy gold or jewellery with their money and No 4. is Real estate. People buy properties, or land or house. Some people who wants to take more risk also invests in stock market which is another way to invest your money. Every Investment has 3 things, Return, risk and time. Return means how much percent of profit are you earning through the investment, this is normally seen in percentage. if our inflation rate is 4% then you should see that your profit return is more than atleast 4 % Otherwise there is no point of investment if you have put your money and the value didn’t increase. because the inflation rate is also increasing Risk means how risky it is to invest, what is the chance of losing all your money in that investment. What is the chance of going in loss after investing there. and time means for how long are you investing. so the basic risk here is that if the time is more, risk is more then the returns will also be more. If you want more return percentage on your investment then you will have to take more risk and should invest for a longer period Saving accounts has the minimum risk and there is no restriction too. You can save or take the money out at any time. But the return we get here is also very less, only 4% whereas our inflation rate in the last few years have been 4-5% Fixed deposit is also a less risky option but it has a time limit before that we can’t take the money out. hence the return is also a bit more, somewhat 7-8% Gold and jewellery these days have a significant risk, their prices fluctuates a lot If you are going to see this history then you will know that until 2012 the prices were consistently increasing If you would have invested prior to 2012 then you would have got a good return here. But after 2012 there have been a lot of ups and down but they have maintained a level, hence there’s not a much profit. Investment in the properties and real investment has low to moderate risk I would say You can see the India’s housing prices in the last few years. It has come up and down a lot. In the quarter or March 2011 it has touched the return rates of 30%and in March 2018 latest quarter then it gives just 5% return rates. One of the disadvantage in investing in housing is that it needs a lot of capital, you need to have lacs and crores of rupees to invest. So this is a disadvantage. You might have heard about stock market friends, you can get a lot of returns here but also loss. The risk of investing in stock market depends on the stock where you are investing. You need to have a good knowledge of the performances of the stock and how does the stock market works basically. you shouldn’t be investing here if you don’t have this knowledge. So these are few main types of investments that I have told you but there are some other types too. like Government bonds, corporate bonds, we have crypto currency too these days, people also invests in bitcoins A general well known advice is that friends you should never invest your money only at one place. You should invest at different places so that if there’s any crash then you will not have to bear the over all loss. It’s a very less chance of everything crashing altogether like, gold, properties and even stock market. as this happens were rarely Chances are that if one thing crashes then you can get profit from the other. This is called as diversification, you have to invest at different places. Mutual funds is a special kind of investment through which you can invest on different types together. you can do a diversifies investment by investing at one place. Asst Management Company starts mutual funds. Basically you give your money to Asset Management Company and many people like you do so. that company invest all the money collectively at different places. They have appointed experts and with their suggestion they invest the money. They invest money at different places and the return rate they get collectively from these different places out of that some small percent of 1-2% is kept as a profit by the Asset company and the rest you get back as per that return rate. HDFC, HSBC, ICICI, Aditya Birla, Reliance, TATA, these are the few examples of companies and banks who have started their own assest managemnet company. All the companies starts different kinds of mutual funds in large numbers. For example ICICI has started more than 1200 mutual funds. So how risky is your mutual funds and what is the return depends on the mutual funds that you are investing in. mutual funds can give the return rate of 4% and also of more than 30% too. It can be of zero risk and also of high risk to. Because all this depends on where the asset management company is investing your money. If that company is investing on stocks then it will be more risky and you will get more returns and if it’s investing in the government bonds then it will be less risky. Different types of Mutual funds depends on the basis of the investment done by AMC people. We can divide this in the 3 categories: Equity mutual funds, Debt Mutual Funds and Hybrid Mutual funds In Equity Mutual Funds, your money will be invested in the stock market. So naturally in this type of Mutual funds generally the risk is more and also the return. In the stock market on which kind of company are you investing, if it’s a big company then it’s called as Large Cap Equity Funds If it’s a small company then it’s called as Small cap and in the same way Mid Cap equity Funds. Big company doesn’t have much risk as compared to the smaller ones but big companies won’t have growth rate as high as it can be for the smaller companies. So risk and return b0th are less in the big companies. ICICI prudential blue chip fund is an example of a large cap equity fund. If you invest here for a year then after a year your expected return is of 11.3% but if you invest for 5 years then your expected return can be of 19.7% As I’ve told in the beginning of the video, the more time you invest in, the more return you can expect. Here we have a very useful smartphone app. It’s called as GROWW This gives information about mutual funds, here you have to set every month what amount do you want to invest, for how long and you will get the expected returns. This app works by checking the history of the mutual funds. That prior to today in the last 5-10 years what has been the performance of the mutual funds, what’s the growth and it gives you the number based on it’s average growth. Just I gave the example of the ICICI that you will get 19.7% return in 5 years, this is an expected return rate calculated by this app. based on the history of this mutual fund So it’s a very good things to calculate the expected returns of the mutual funds. But one thing keep in mind friends that this is an expected return not the guaranteed return, it still depends on the market since the mutual fund has given such a performance in the history that doesn’t mean that will perform the same way in the future. It still depends on the stock market so it will have risk, especially because it’s an equity mutual funds and investment is on the stock market. So don’t just look at the returns rate and invest, if you scroll down then you will see the pros and cons too. Pros is that the risk is lower as compared to the bench mark. that means among all the other Large cap Equity funds, the benchmark of the risk of this particular fund is less So this is a good point here that compared to the other ones this has less risk. Other point is lower expense ratio, if you scroll down further and click on info then you will see this has 1.16% Expense ration Friends, is that percentage which is the part taken by the asset management company as their profit. basically the commission for investing n your behalf. so this is lower as compared to the others which is again a good comparison. If look at the more pros then you will see that it’s returns are more than the bench marks in 1 yr, 3 years, 5 years. In some mutual funds they give one year 1 return more than the bench mark and less in 3 or 5 years. that means it’s better for short terms. Look at the pros and cons and decide what is better for the short term and other things can also be compared. In cons it says that asset under management, that means they have total value of the money this company has invested at different places has crossed 15000 crores. so it happens that if the value crosses a particular point then the returns rate gets decreasing slowly. because the value of the money is so much that taking returns is difficult. and this you can see for yourself, I’ve shared the link of this app in the description and in the top comment to download it on you smart phone so you can download it by clicking on it. So let’s get back to the different types of equity fund. Next type is Diversifies equity funds Here the investment is done in the large, medium and small cap or it’s done in different companies. Next type is Equity Linked Saving scheme that is ELSS, this is a special type of Equity fund where you can save our tax. You can save the tax on it’s profit. The fund manager purposely invest on such places where there’s high return and also has high risk. IDFC Tax advantage is an example of an ELSS funds with the expected returns of 11.3% within a year. If you scroll down and click on other plans and details then you will get the details of tax too. that how much can you save and much you will have to pay. This detail you can see for all the mutual funds if you scroll down and click then you will know the amount of tax that you will have to pay. Next type is Sector Mutual Funds, here specifically such companies are invested on which belongs to a big sector like Agriculture sector All the companies which are under the agriculture sector, they are invested on. A logistic or transport sector, so there. One example for this is UTI transportation and logistics funds. so the investment is done in that sector. these funds are more risky, since all the investment is done in one sector so if the sector is going down everything depends on that. The last type of equity fund that I would want to tell you is Index fund. Index Funds are passively Managed funds that is no agent of AMC is looking at where to invest the money here These are passively managed that is according to the market’s rate’s up and downs they too go up and down. looking at the price of Sensex and Nifty it varies. Now let’s look at the second category of the mutual funds friends, that is Debt Mutual Funds. these are those mutual funds which are invested on the debt instruments. Debts instruments are bonds, debenture, certificates of deposits now these things are exactly what you can read it for yourselves If I keep telling all this then the video will go longer, I will tell you what are bonds Sometime if the Government needs money and it’s not getting that through the budget then the government borrows money from the people. and take loans from the people. It is called as bonds You can invest here, give to the government and the government will return you the money after a fixed interest. Now debt mutual funds are of various kinds, let’s first talk about liquid funds Liquid funds are those mutual funds which can be easily and quickly converted in to cash. Liquid means that actually, It’s not the liquid to drink. In economics liquid is something which can be easily converted into cash. So this thing can be converted into cash within a day or two. But it has a very low risk, such low that you can basically consider this as an alternative to savings account. Assest liquid fund is one such example where you will get the return of 7.1% in a year Here you can see in the graph how consistent is it’s growth so this can show how less is the risk here. since the last 5 years, it’s increasing slowly with this percentage. Next type is Gilt Funds, these are those funds where Investments are done on the Government issued bonds. So technically it has zero risk because it’s never possible for the Government to not return your money. Mostly the interest rate can fluctuate. Next type is Fixed Maturity plans and this can be considered as an alternative to Fixed deposits, FD friends. because it has very low risk just like FD and it is done for a fixed time. For a specific time investment is done here and you can’t take the money before that. So these are the few main types of Debt funds there are more like Junk Bond scheme. and the third category of mutual funds is Hybrid Mutual Funds friends, basically its a mixture of a debt and equity mutual funds. Some people wants to invest in the stock market but don’t want to invest all the money there and also invest some amount in the Debt instruments., so hybrid mutual funds are for them If most of the money is invested in a Debt fund then it will be called as the Balanced savings Funds Approximately the ratio is 70:30 that means 705 of your money is at the low risk debt funds and 30% is in the equity funds. and if it’s the other way, 70% is in the equity funds at the higher risk, then it is called as a balanced advantage fund. and Hybrid mutual funds too have different types like arbitrage funds but friends I feel I have given a lot of information and knowledge to you Now I leave it to you, go ahead and research yourself on further kinds of mutual funds and which one is better for you. The biggest advantage of mutual funds in comparison to other investment is that it is already diversified. Your risk gets very low due to diversification. because you are not investing at one place so if one thing crashes so it won’t affect your money. So in comparison to the stock market, gold, real estate, mutual funds are less risky however the exact risk depends on the mutual fund that you are investing on. One more good advantage is that it is affordable, you don’t have to invest a big amount altogther You can use SIP and invest a small amount every month. and all the investment of the mutual funds, friends is done by a professional expert or a fund manager who decided where to invest and where to not. This you don’t need to so it’s again a big advantage that an expert is working for you. But friends this mutual funds has a disadvantage too. If you are giving it to an unknown person, you don’t know how its going to perform. however he is an expert but you can’t trust 100% that an expert will be right all the time. But the biggest disadvantage that used to be for the mutual funds earlier is that the agents used to take a lot of commissions for investing in the mutual funds. They say that give us the money we will invest for you in the mutual funds and deduct a lot of commissions for themselves. now disadvantage is not possible friends due to the smart phone apps who can so this for you Like this GROWW app where there is no hidden charges and doesn’t deduct it’s hidden charges, I’m talking specifically about this as I have not seen the other apps and here there no commission or charges getting deducted, just the asset managemnet company who takes their part. and that is going to be there if you invest in any mutual funds For transparency I want to say that this video is sponsored by the GROWW app but the content of the video has not been affected by the sponsorship even if there wouldn’t be any sponsorship then too I would have made such an educational video But this app is useful actually that helps in your investment without any hidden charges and with a clean user interface So I hope friends that you must have got a lot to learn so share this video with your friends and family and spread the knowledge with them too. and teach them about the mutual funds investment too. If you like my work then you can donate on that’s my primary source so that I can keep making such videos. and because of that I’m able to make such videos. Let’s meet in the next video. Thank you.

100 thoughts on “Mutual Funds Explained by Dhruv Rathee (Hindi) | Learn everything on Investments in 2018!”

  1. Respected sir aapke iss video se kafi help mili thi 3 month tak mutual fund ke bare me kub achhe se pada dekha sikha aur aapke basic method ke baad Asset Guru and finology se samjha aur ab 500 ka SIP se start kiya. Prena dene ke liye dil se thank. (Love from Nagaland)

  2. Inflation se bachne ke liye share me invest kro aur future me ja k jo bhi profit ho usme se ade tex me de do.. to profite kya khakh hua….

  3. Sir, Which is the best Mutual fund company about risk, returns etc for SIP, please tell me, I want to invest Now.

  4. Thanks for the info! Can you please also make a video on cannabis and hemp situation in India? Or give it a thought at least?

    Would love to know your thoughts!

  5. I wish I knew these things when i had started my job at the age of 21. Today I am 34 and have hardly saved any amount using FD and Recurring. If i knew about this, I would have definitely be a millionaire by now.
    Those who are in their 20s and have just started earning, please please please start investing in Mutual Funds right now if you want to retire early.

  6. MUtual funds returns
    Equity Funds
    NDA-1 : 150% pa
    UPA-1 : 125% pa
    UPA-2 : 110% pa
    Modi-1 : 12% (Tax implemented on returns)
    Modi-2 : Negative as of today (Tax on returns)
    Don't invest in Mutaul funds esp. lumpsum however, SIP route is ok for youngsters

    Past performances of a mutual fund doesn't guarantee future returns !!!!

  7. Iss time india me kafi company band ho rahi hain toh yh expert kahan paisa lagyng aur kya guarantee hai ki fayda hoga

  8. U said kuvera is also a good app, no charges, in this u said Groww is better.

    Doing good business by promoting all app in different videos

  9. Thanks very much for the informed video. I have already invested in mutual funds but did not know about such things. Now I will keep in mind these things before hand.

  10. Dhrub ji,
    My question is if a person invests in MF without the consent of his family and dies before the maturity of his invested amount, than how will his family get the money? Please do reply.

  11. Please invest money directly from amc website

  12. Aisee videos dekhne ke baad intrest aata hai…
    Fir shakk hota hai ki science leke galti to nahi kar di..πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ˜‘

  13. Brother is it really safe to invest by using this app as we wouldn't get any written document evidence for our investment?

  14. The best risk-free investment with high liquidity is Liquid fund that can give up to 7% interest. Watch this video to learn more

  15. mujhe aap ka video sunker Aisa lag raha hai ki mai college me hu aur mera economic ka lecture chalu hai πŸ˜€nice video

  16. Saw your latest video and came here… you told many ways of investing… now tell which is best for investing…less loss, more profit…?

  17. Well Explained and Useful Information. Must-Follow Tips, I learn some useful tricks from you and Another YouTube channel GFS Wealth Creators.

  18. Please make a video on investment banking.
    I saw other videos but they aren't like your videos. The way you explain, is great.
    So please, make a video on investment banking.

  19. Misleading in many aspects, for example how can FMP be compared to FDs, having a fixed tenure doesn't mean it's as good as FD. Fixed Deposits can be liquidated any time, but FMPs can't be broken, FMPs carry a very high degree of risk depending on the papers it consists of. investing is not about low costs, it's about quality advice. One will not go to a cheap doctor, would they?

  20. I really like the way Dhruv explicitly calls out his sponsorship.

    Also, groww is certainly a good app for MF investments.

    But here are multiple restrictions on how soon you can actually withdraw money.

    For example, if you cash out 100000 rupees, you can't get all that money on the same day, and they add their own wallet kind of system, from where you have to take that money out in parts, over next few days. This is a very irritating drama that they do.

    If you are of "invest & forget" kind, you will have to be ready for the fact, that you can't really cash out in case of a sudden need of money. If you are investing to build a long term portfolio, it's good.

    Apart from this point, the app surely helps in smooth investment process, and obviously will be much better than any broker.

  21. Can you please recommend some authorised videos on mutual funds like in which mutual fund to invest.

    Thank you sir…..

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