Investors looking for stable returns can find solace in mutual funds investing in least volatile stocks

Investors looking for stable returns can find solace in mutual funds investing in least volatile stocks

Can selectively picking less volatile stocks from the large-cap universe yield better results over the long term? This is the premise of the factor-based offering ICICI Prudential Nifty 100 Low Volatility 30 ETF FoF, which is based on the ETF launched back in 2017. Let’s explore if there is merit in pursuing such a strategy. The travails of actively managed large-cap funds over the past few years are known. Barring a couple of outliers, most

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