What are the chances of creating wealth from Indian mutual funds in the long run?

Mutual Funds are a wonderful instrument for wealth creation with horizons ranging from 3–15 years as the power of compounding comes into play. Small investors can methodically invest a tiny quantum of money and reap the benefits of market returns during redemption.

An early post on this can aid in understanding the mutual fund concept better:

What is the difference between SIP, ELSS, and mutual funds?

Now coming to the question, is wealth creation possible using Indian Mutual Funds?

The answer is YES

Let us understand this with an example (Ref)

The Mutual Fund Name: Canara Robeco Bluechip Equity Fund – Direct Plan

Mutual Fund Details: Canara Robeco Bluechip Equity Fund

The fund consists mostly of Large Cap Stocks with the weight in the portfolio as follows:

Portfolio of the Mutual Fund

This mutual fund, to date, has outperformed the benchmark

Comparative Returns of the Mutual Fund

This mutual fund has also outshined its peer funds from different AMCs with regard to generating returns despite multiple venues of turbulence since inception.

Peer Comparison of Mutual Funds

Owing to this, this fund along with two others was able to double(approximately) the wealth of its investors in a period of 7years (Ref)

Mutual Fund Compounding Benefits

The other two funds are

So, stick to quality and maintain discipline. Wealth is certainly going to be the outcome of the effort.

Hope this helps

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