Axis Mutual Fund has launched a new open-ended equity-oriented quant scheme. A quant scheme uses quantitative, i.e., data-driven analysis to pick stocks and other investments.
Axis Quant Fund will use fundamentals-oriented Q-GARP philosophy to its quants model. Q-GARP refers to ‘Quality stocks with good Growth but At a Reasonable Price’, according to the scheme...
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