Introduction to the Industry ( Mutual Fund Industry) and Research Methodology

Jun 21st, 2015
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Mutual Funds – An Introduction Economic liberalization and globalization have brought about a new and competitive environment for the common and small investors who are willing to participate in the equity of the corporate sector in our country. There are a large number of small investors, who have the ability to save and make an investment in equity but a majority of them lack professional expertise to judge or forecast the violent volatility and swings, which rock the stock markets. As most of the investors are not experts in choosing the right scrip or portfolio, sometimes they get their fingers burnt on certain investment choices. Lower per capita income, apprehensions of loss of capital and economic insecurity significantly influence the investment decisions of the investors. Nevertheless, the avowed objective of every investor is to reduce the risk as low as possible and ensure the returns as fast high as possible. Mutual funds, obviously, are the most popular channel in the inve

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CONTENTS Page No.Chapter 1 : 3 - 22Introduction to the Industry( Mutual Fund Industry)Chapter 2 : 23 - 30Introduction to the Organization( KMAMCL)Chapter 3 : 31 - 79Project StudyChapter 4 : 80 - 84Research Methodology 4.1 Title of the Study4.2 Objective of the study4.3 Type of Research4.4 Sample Size and Method of Selecting Sample4.5 Limitation Of StudyChapter 5 : 85 - 95Facts and FindingsChapter 6 : 85 - 95Analysis and InterpretationChapter 7 : 96 - 97ConclusionChapter 8 : 98 - 99 Recommendation & Suggestions

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