Gold as a precious metal is revered in most Indian households. It is a symbol of status and wealth, and gold jewellery is an essential part of weddings and other festivities. But there is more to gold than just those qualities. It can be an important component of one’s investment portfolio, helping investors diversify risk and protecting them against inflation. But gold investments need not always be in physical form, you can digitally or indirectly invest in gold as well, and one way to do that is through gold mutual funds.
But what are gold mutual funds exactly? How do you go about investing in them? And more importantly, how can investors benefit? Read on to find out more.
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