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Registered: Jun 2017
Posts: 118
new mutual funds that are on offer from tomorrow will take 1-1.5 for allocating and listing. In addition, they will start buying very slowly. at least 3-4 months timeframe.

Nevertheless, good for the market.

But i want that shares allocated to mutual funds must have lock-on period for at least a year.

They sell most of the allocated shares as soon as it get listed. :mrgreen:
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Registered: Jul 2014
Posts: 35
Look at the new mutual funds...what a good time they've selected to enter (buy) the market.
How much fund they must invest in stocks, any mandatory rules friends? I heard minimum 60%.
Their timing now means, a big chunk of the market will go in holding for a reasonable time, probably upto 4th quarter end. Otherwise they may end up giving less than bank rates next year, Lol!
This besides, market playing low, end of margin call, stabilising interest rates, upcoming 2nd quarterly reports, soon to be formed new government...add some more....are enough buy signals.

Happy investing, not so happy trading. :D :D
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Registered: Sep 2017
Posts: 16
sathi SIGS1 ko last NAV nai 21.46 chha. 21 ma kinda dherai phaida ta chaina hola ni aba.
Member
Registered: Apr 2016
Posts: 102
ani rs 21 ma buy gareko haru le kati paucha ta
Member
Registered: Oct 2013
Posts: 2533
I still have mutual fund shares in certificate.

Do I have to digitize it to get cash?
Member
Registered: Jan 2018
Posts: 3
mutual fund will sell all shares hold by them in market or auction them and collect money and pay to shareholders. This process will take time about 2 months.
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Registered: Jul 2013
Posts: 23
mutual fund matured bhayo bhaney tesley lagani garey ko share haru k hunchha... return ma k painchha

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