The course is targeted at the Indian crowd who want to benefit from the growth of the stock market, but do not want to undertake the risks associated with the stock market or do not have the expertise required to operate in the stock market or simply do not have the time needed to monitor their investment in the stock market. To this effect the course is spread over five lectures. After the introductory lecture the author takes the students to defining LargeCap. MidCap and SmallCap shares as prevalent in India. This is also as defined by SEBI, the Securities and Exchange Board of India, the Apex body designated to control and govern the stock markets in India.
In the analysis, a comparison of Stock Market and Gold as Asset classes has been discussed at length, by bringing out the price performance over a 36-year period from 1985 to 2021. Overall, the stocks have out performed the gold by miles. To summarise, the returns from share market have multiplied the investor’s wealth by over 100 times in the span of 36 years, translating in a Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 13.645% per annum. On the other hand, Gold has grown at a CAGR of 8.99% p.a. giving 22 times return in the same span of 36 years.
Using web resources an attempt has been made to educate the investor in the choice of funds from the beginning. All top performing funds have been suggested in different categories of capitalisation such as LargeCap, MidCap and SmallCap funds.
It is expected that the Indian investor will benefit from this course.
Who this course is for
Any investor looking for investing in Indian Mutual Funds.
- Amazing Course for beginners. Thank you for putting this course together, this is indeed informative ~ Monica
- MF Investing Beautifully explained by Prof Sohani. The course explains the key points extremely well. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience ~ S Kamath
- It was good and understandable. Thank you professor! ~ Manak V
- The speaker has explained very well the concept of Indian equity mutual funds and the benefits from it, starting with a comparison of Gold and Equity. I am already looking forward to start my SIP! Thank you Sir! ~ Jaya
What you'll learn
- Investment in the equity market through the route of mutual funds.
- Direct equity is a risky proposition for a new investor. Mutual funds provide a much better option for investment since your investment is monitored by experts
- Choosing out of over 1000 Equity Schemes can be a daunting task. The author simplifies this to a good deal.
- The categories of large Cap, MidCap and small cap can be confusing too. By linking it the share market, the author makes it easy for an uninitiated investor.
- Broad awareness of stock market.
- A burning desire to make money by investing for long term