Fixed Deposits vs Debt Mutual Funds

FD fixed deposit vs Debt MF Mutual Funds
If you have saved up some money and looking to invest less risky financial instruments, then fixed deposits or debt mutual fund is your answer. But the similarity ends there. The two tools vary in many aspects like lock-in period and premature withdrawal/liquidity, capital protection, tax liability etc. here are some notable differences. Lock-in period and premature withdrawal: Debt Mutual funds h...
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What makes Debt Mutual Funds price go up or down?

In debt mutual funds, the money you invest are used to buy a mix of government or corporate bonds.These bonds are issued with a fixed tenure and interest rate. The interest depends on how risky the bond is. The higher the risk, the higher the interest rate. The bonds are traded in a secondary bond market where investors can buy or sell them. They can also be held until the principal is repaid to t...
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