A mutual fund that invests in index funds is a form of mutual fund.
It is passive in nature, meaning that the decision to purchase and sell assets in the fund is not made actively by a fund manager.
The index fund simply replicates an index’s composition.
A Sensex index fund, for example, will invest in Sensex stocks.
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