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What does TRI stand for in the context of mutual fund benchmarking?

Total Return Index

Time Return Investment

Trade Return Indicator

Trust Return Index

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Why is the Total Return Index (TRI) considered more valuable than a regular index chart?

It factors in dividends, providing a more accurate representation of returns.

It only tracks price appreciation, making it easier to understand.

It excludes dividends, focusing solely on capital gains.

It is based on speculative predictions, offering higher potential returns.

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What is the primary factor that influences the returns of an index, regardless of the number of stocks it includes?

The weights assigned to each stock in the index

The historical performance of the individual stocks

The overall market sentiment and economic conditions

The frequency of stock trading within the index

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According to the text, what should be the primary benchmark for an individual mutual fund investor?

The benchmark assigned by the Asset Management Company (AMC)

The performance of other investors in the same fund

A realistic return expectation based on personal financial goals

The historical performance of the chosen mutual fund

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What is the key takeaway regarding the comparison of TRI returns for Nifty 50 and Nifty 500?

Nifty 50 consistently outperforms Nifty 500 in terms of TRI returns.

Nifty 500 consistently outperforms Nifty 50 in terms of TRI returns.

The TRI returns for Nifty 50 and Nifty 500 are largely similar.

There is no correlation between the TRI returns of Nifty 50 and Nifty 500.