Definition: a Mutual Fund is a collective investment vehicle where money is pooled from many investors in a single basket and the entire basket is invested by the investment company ("Asset Management Company" (AMC)) in a securities market. Profit and losses earned are reflected in the NAV (Net Asset Value).
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