An analytical investigation on Performance of tax saver funds in India

RAGHAVA REDDY BHOGIREDDY

Abstract


A mutual fund is a financial intermediary that pools the savings of investors for collective investment in a diversified portfolio of securities. A variety of mutual fund schemes available for investors for meeting their financial goals. This paper attempts to study the performance evaluation of selected equity tax diversified growth funds from various fund houses using standard deviation, beta, Sharpe ratio, alpha, and sortino ratio. The study period was taken from 2010-2015.


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