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Thematic funds are equity mutual funds that invest in stocks tied to a theme. These funds are more broad-based then sectoral fund, as they pick companies and sectors united by an idea. For instance, an infrastructure theme fund will invest in cement, power, steel, among other sectors
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It is quite easy to invest in Thematic-Energy mutual funds on ET Money. Here are the steps that you have to follow.
How long should I stay invested in Thematic-Energy Mutual Funds?
Since Thematic-Energy Mutual Funds are equity funds i.e. they invest in stocks of companies, you need to stay invested for at least 5 years.
Where do Thematic-Energy Mutual Funds invest?
Thematic Funds have to invest 80% of their assets in stocks tied to a particular theme. For instance, a Thematic Infrastructure Fund will invest in stocks related to the theme of infrastructure. This means they invest in companies connected to the development of infrastructure of our country like those operating in steel, cement, construction sectors.
Are Thematic-Energy Mutual Funds high risk?
Thematic-Energy Mutual Funds invest in equities, so in a short term, they can be volatile. However, over a long-term, the risk comes down substantially.
What kind of returns can i earn from Thematic-Energy ?
Thematic-Energy Funds have on an average delivered -0.44% p.a. returns in the last 1 year. Their 3 and 5 year annualized returns are 27.04% and 12.2%. p.a.
Should i invest in Thematic-Energy Mutual Funds?
Thematic Funds are some of the riskiest Mutual Funds. Although they are more diversified than Sectoral Funds, they still carry high risk. That's because their success depends on the theme playing out as expected. If it doesn't, then none of the stocks will perform, resulting in massive underperformance. These funds are suitable only for experienced investors, and even then, not more than 10% of the portfolio should be in these funds.