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Indian Mutual Fund Reasons for not investing in mutual funds

Investors Suspicious Of Indian Mutual Funds

Thanks to low level of financial literacy, Indian investors view options like mutual funds with suspicion and caution, notes a recent Nielson survey.

In a report titled “Building The Mutual Fund Market In India: The Need For Financial Literacy”, author Anand Parameswaran points out that Indian consumers don’t perceive mutual funds as high-performance investments.
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