How can I make Lumpsum Investment in Mutual Funds?

How can I make Lumpsum Investment in Mutual Funds?

To start your Lumpsum Investment in Mutual Funds via app or web, follow the steps given below- 

  1. Log in to your 5paisa account

  2. Go to the Mutual Funds section

  3. Select Funds from our Popular Funds section or basket of funds based on your investment objective

  4. Click on "One-Time"

  5. Mention the lumpsum amount

  6. Click on "Invest Now" There will be two payment modes one UPI and second Net banking

  7. Enter the required details and click on "Place order" your lumpsum order will be placed.
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