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5 Best Equity Mutual Funds for 2021

How we have selected the best equity Mutual Funds? 1) Past performance We have selected the mutual funds based on their past performance. For this, we have kept in mind their 3 to 5-year returns. 2) Ratings Some institutions like Crisil, ICRA, CARE Rating and Value Research Online provide very reliable ratings, which we have kept in mind, before allocating these 5 equity mutual funds. 3) Quality of the portfolio We have also kept the quality of the portfolio in mind. In fact, much of the weightage has been given to the same. Based on the above, we have arrived at these 5 best mutual fund schemes to invest in 2021. 1. Axis Bluechip Fund Growth Axis Bluechip Fund growth has a 5-star rating from Crisil. The fund has a solid track record and has generated returns of close to 19.74% annualized returns in the last three years. The returns every year over the last 5 years average of 13.8%. The fund has solid holdings including in HDFC Bank, Reliance Industries, Kotak Ma

5 Books On Cricketers Everyone Should Read


Cricket is a very popular game and because of the game’s huge popularity, it is bound to deliver role models. Role models to which people look up to, whom they follow and worship, whom they read.

A lot has been written on and by the cricketers which give huge insight into their life and majorly about the kind of person they were.
So here is a list of books every cricket fanatic must read about cricketers:

1. The Dhoni Touch by Bharat Sundaresan.

The book depicts the journey of MS Dhoni, it takes us back to places from where India’s most successful captain began his journey.
It shows the highs and lows of his career and also how much fun and quirkiness hides behind that serious face. If you are a Dhoni fan, you cannot miss reading this book. It is a perfect book.

2. Playing it my way by Sachin Tendulkar.

The book describes everything, almost everything that you need to know about the little master, from his childhood days to playing the most ferocious fast bowlers, to falling in love and finally retiring.
It is like the most successful sports career written on a bunch of pages. The book is a must-read for everyone whether a cricket fan or not.

3. Ponting: At the close of play by Ricky Ponting.

The book tells about the highs and lows of Ponting’s career, about the sports culture in Australia and the challenges he faced while captaining the best squad of all time.
This is a book, not only for cricket lovers but also for those who want to read on how a leader thinks.


4. Coming back to me by Marcus Trescothick.

But Marcus took early retirement from cricket and at the time no one knew the reason. He just took a break and never returned.
In his book, he has mentioned about the emotional and mental stresses that sports bring with it and how everyone ignores these aspects.
This is a very important book.

5. Out of my comfort zone by Steve Waugh.

Steve Waugh was a ferocious cricketer and an amazing leader. He captained the Australian team to great heights. In his book “Out of my comfort zone”, Waugh talks about life beyond cricket.
He reveals incidents about his life that made him what he is today.
The stories told in the book are excellent and very soothing.

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