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Active funds vs ETFs: Where should you invest?

Active funds vs ETFs: Where should you invest?
ETFs may be an option if you are considering only large-cap funds, experts tell Tinesh Bhasin. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com With the launch of Bharat 22 Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF), the expense ratio of ETFs has touched a new low of 0.0095 per cent. This has revived the debate on active versus passive mutual funds (MFs) and whether it's time for investors to look at such low-cost ETFs.   The money that an investor saves in fees helps him in increasing returns on investments.
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