Building wealth with
Mutual Fund

Ideal program to increase knowledge about Mutual Funds
Special Attention on the Indian Mutual Fund Industry
Enhance knowledge of mutual funds in meeting financial plan
Build confidence to invest in Mutual Funds independently
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Program Details

This course will provide the participants, a quick snapshot of the Concept, Structure and Classification of Mutual Funds in India


Course Methodology

At BSE Varsity, online classes are real-time, allowing you to interact directly with your instructor and classmates, ask questions, and get immediate feedback. BSE Varsity delivers a holistic classroom experience in the comfort of your homes.

Target Audience

  • This course is for beginning investors who have no idea of how mutual funds and markets work. This is ideally suited for people in their 20s and those who have just started earning as the techniques outlined have a long term horizon (15 to 20 years)
  • Also for people who can put aside some money every month on mutual funds. The amount can be as low as Rs. 500 per month
  • Even if you do know about mutual funds and investing (maybe you already invest), this course will help you pick the right funds and give you a lot of tips and tricks about investing

Program USP

This course is designed for beginners who want to invest as well as for intermediate investor who knows about investing but wants to improve his knowledge around how to invest. This course demystifies investing in the mutual fund industry (with a specific focus on the Indian mutual fund industry)

Curriculum

  • Introduction
  • Why invest in the first place?
  • The different types of investments
  • Section Overview
  • What is Mutual Fund?
  • Types of Mutual Funds
  • Expected Returns from Mutual Funds
  • Advantages of mutual funds and associated risks
  • Section Overview
  • Why should you research and invest than depending on a financial planner?
  • Platform to invest in mutual funds
  • Tracking your mutual fund performance
  • Researching for mutual funds to invest in
  • Putting it all together
  • Recap