Investing in stocks just because some funds have invested in them is not a sound way of participating in equity
Mutual funds (MFs) are run by fund managers with significant expertise and whose job it is to ensure that the fund beats the benchmark in the long run. Therefore, it might seem profitable to simply replicate a fund’s portfolio. But that’s not a great idea because in doing so, you are essentially trying to guess what a fund manager is thinking, which is an impossible task. There are other reasons too.
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