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The amount of jargon here is staggering. I will try to write what I understand here

Regular vs Direct Funds

This one is simple, Regular funds are the funds where you pay a higher expense ratio since you go via a broker. Direct meaning there is no broker and you will directly go to the AMC (Asset management Company).

Expense ratio measures how much of a fund’s assets are used for administrative and other operating expenses. One thing to note is that expense ratio’s generally tend to be stable. A fund with low expense ratio stays low for a good amount of time.

Types of funds

Terms to understand

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