Assets Under Management (AUM): Assets under Management refers to the total market value of all investments/assets being managed by the Mutual Fund Company on behalf of its clients.
Alpha:In simple terms, it refers to the excess returns a scheme generates over and above the returns its benchmark index (for e.g., the Nifty) has generated.
Net Asset Value (NAV): It refers to the current market value of a single unit of the fund’s holdings, i.e., the price of a single unit of the fund. It is the price at which an investor can buy one unit of a fund or redeem one unit on a particular day.
Expense Ratio: Expense ratio refers to the fee that the Mutual Fund Company charges from the investors for managing their investment.
Risk Profile: It refers to an assessment of an investor’s willingness and ability to take risks. Determining one’s risk profile is essential to make informed investment decisions.
Exit load:It refers to the fee that the mutual fund company charges from investors at the time of exiting or redeeming a scheme (not included in expense ratio).