“I have recently started investing in the stock markets. Should I invest in ETFs or Mutual Funds?” This is a common query from a lot of new investors in the markets.
Both ETFs and mutual funds offer a wide range of investment options, including those focused on stocks, bonds, commodities, or specific sectors. The decision between the two ultimately depends on your investment strategy, time horizon, trading preferences, and other personal factors. As they say, personal finance should be personal.
Let’s look at some key differences between ETFs and mutual funds to help you make an informed decision
What do you prefer?
- Mutual Fund