Returns Unlimited Freedom Funds

 

 

The Returns Unlimited Freedom Income Fund is designed for investors in retirement. It seeks to maintain a stable asset allocation that emphasizes bonds and short-term investments, along with some exposure to domestic and international equities.

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Investor Education

 

 

Returns Unlimited has always been your own guide to the financial jungle. In a step to boost trading and investing education in India, we have partnered with Online Trading Academy to provide world class quality financial education to you.

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Free Stock Market Advisor

When it comes to investing or trading, execution is table stakes. What matters is need based advice. Different customers have different advisory needs be it intraday, positional or long term. The advice they seek could be based on fundamentals or technical; research based algorithm based.

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What We Offer

 

Returns Unlimited offers professional Portfolio Management Services (PMS) to HNIs who seek customized solutions to realize their investment goals. PMS is a customised offering, providing a range of investment options best suited for you in the current market scenario. Our Portfolio Managers are equipped to create an investment portfolio across various investment avenues like Equities, Fixed Deposits, Bonds etc. to meet your unique needs.

 

 

 

Why invest in Mutual Funds & SIP

  • Professionally managed – funds are managed by qualified fund managers.
  • Tax saving – Save up to Rs.1.5 lakh under section 80C of the Income Tax Act through investment into Equity Linked Saving Schemes.
  • Affordability – can start with small amount of investment as low as INR 500 in SIP.
  • Diversification – invest in a basket of stocks or debt instruments.
  • Liquidity – investments can be liquidated in 24 hours.
  • Convenience – transactions are completely online.
  • Low cost of investment – no brokerage, no commission, no entry load and minimal fund management fee.

Returns Unlimited has always been your own guide to the financial jungle. In a step to boost trading and investing education in India, we have partnered with Online Trading Academy to provide world class quality financial education to you.

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Investers

An investor is any person who commits capital with the expectation of financial returns. Investors utilize investments in order to grow their money and/or provide an income during retirement, such as with an annuity.

Fund Manager

A fund manager is responsible for implementing a fund’s investing strategy and managing its portfolio trading activities.

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Securities

A security is a tradable financial asset. The term commonly refers to any form of financial instrument, but its legal definition varies by jurisdiction.

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Fund Investment

An investment fund is a supply of capital belonging to numerous investors used to collectively purchase securities while each investor retains ownership and control of his own shares. An investment fund provides a broader selection of investment opportunities, greater management expertise and lower investment fees than investors might be able to obtain on their own. Types of investment funds include mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, money market funds and hedge funds.

Mutual Fund

A mutual fund is an investment vehicle made up of a pool of moneys collected from many investors for the purpose of investing in securities such as stocks, bonds, money market instruments and other assets. Mutual funds are operated by professional money managers, who allocate the fund’s investments and attempt to produce capital gains and/or income for the fund’s investors.

1. What is an investment fund?

An investment (or mutual) fund is a corporation or trust which accepts money from public investors and employs a professional investment management team to place that money in investments that will meet the fund’s objective (i.e. produce the kind of return that the fund has stated as its aim).

A fund therefore is simply a co-operative means for many people to pool their savings together and have their investment professionally managed in the type of investment they choose. This pooled concept is one that allows numerous investors to put relatively small amounts of money into investments that are professionally managed. Those many small sums add to a large amount of available dollars with which the fund manager can use to choose and diversify the investments represented in a specific fund. The investment fund also offers not only professional money management, but provides full administrative and accounting services for the investor.

2. How are funds suitable for retired people?

Funds are suitable for retired people provided there is careful selection of the fund’s investment objectives. A conservative approach to the preservation of capital may be desirable as one reaches more mature years. There may also be increased emphasis on the income needed for retirement. Funds can provide the means to reach both these objectives.

3. What are the benefits of investing in a mutual fund?

The benefits of investing in mutual funds are as follows –

Access to professional money managers – Your money is managed by experienced fund managers using advanced scientific and mathematical techniques.

Diversification -Mutual funds aim to reduce the volatility of returns through diversification by investing in a number of companies across a broad section of industries and sectors. It prevents an investor from putting “all eggs in one basket”. This inherently minimizes risk. Thus with a small investible surplus an investor can achieve diversification that would have otherwise not been possible.

Liquidity – Open-ended mutual funds are priced daily and are always willing to buy back units from investors. This mean that investors can sell their holdings in mutual fund investments anytime without worrying about finding a buyer at the right price. In the case of other investment avenues such as stocks and bonds, buyers are not necessarily available and therefore these investment avenues are less liquid compared to open-ended schemes of mutual funds.

 

 

“AMRIT PATEL”