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What is Mark to Market Ratio?

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 ___________ indicates how much money can be generated per unit of mutual fund in case the scheme is liquidated.

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The role of the Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI) is _______________. 

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The difference between an index fund’s return and the market return is known as _________.

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 Unsystematic risk can be reduced through diversification. State whether True or False.

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Which of the following is a measure of fluctuation in periodic returns in an equity mutual fund scheme?

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In the case of capital gains from mutual fund investments, Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) is applicable for:

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Mutual fund distributors can only earn upfront commission from the mutual funds. State whether True or False.

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Passive funds are safe, as the NAV of such funds does not go down even when the respective markets fall. State whether this is True or False.

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Which amongst the following is a measure of risk-adjusted returns of a mutual fund scheme?

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 For an investor to get a quick sense of the level of risk involved in a mutual fund scheme, SEBI suggested a simplified framework known as_________.

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Which of the following type of analysis tracks the price and volume data related to trading in the security?

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An investor invested in scheme A when the scheme’s NAV was Rs. 120 per unit. The investor redeemed the investments at the NAV of Rs. 135. Calculate the simple return.

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Whose KYC needs to be completed in case of an application by a minor?

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 How many (maximum) bank accounts can a resident individual investor register with a mutual fund folio?

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What term is used to describe the Net Asset Value (NAV) of the scheme after the dividend is paid out (Remember the NAV would have dropped to the extent of the dividend paid)?

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In the non-equity oriented funds, the rate of long-term capital gains tax is __________

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Investors have bought 20 crore units of a mutual fund scheme at Rs. 10 each. The scheme has thus mobilized 20 crore units X Rs. 10 per unit i.e., Rs 200 crore. An amount of Rs. 140 crore is invested in equities. The balance amount of Rs 60 crore, mobilized from investors, was placed in bank deposits. Interest and dividend receivable (accrued but yet not received) by the scheme is Rs 8 crore and scheme expenses payable (accrued but not paid yet) is Rs 4 crore. Calculate the scheme’s NAV per unit.

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Mutual fund distributors can only earn upfront commission from the mutual funds. State whether True or False.

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As per the SEBI guidelines, how often should the mutual fund scheme’s portfolio be published?

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SCORES is ________________

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What job do Registrars and Transfer Agents (RTAs) do?

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 An investor prefers to choose investment options that are chosen by his relatives and friends. What kind of behavioral bias is this?

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Interval Funds become open-ended funds for a maximum period of ________

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Which of the following is not an advantage of mutual funds for investors?

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