Which investment option requires a DEMAT account? Option: "ETFs", "Both Index Funds and ETFs", "Index Funds", "Neither Index Funds nor ETFs"

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Which investment option requires a DEMAT account?

"ETFs"

"Both Index Funds and ETFs"

"Index Funds"

"Neither Index Funds nor ETFs"

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Is a DEMAT account mandatory for investing in Mutual Funds?

Yes, but only for long-term investments

Yes, it is mandatory for all Mutual Fund investments

No, it is not mandatory

No, but only for short-term investments

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Which investment type generally incurs higher expense ratios?

"Index Funds"

"ETFs"

"Both have equal expense ratios"

"Expense ratios are irrelevant for these investments"

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What are Index Funds and ETFs primarily designed for?

"Passive investment managed by professionals"

"Active trading in the stock market"

"Short-term speculative investments"

"High-frequency trading by individual investors"

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What is the primary difference between Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and mutual funds in terms of trading?

"Mutual funds have higher expense ratios compared to ETFs."

"Mutual funds are actively managed, while ETFs are passively managed."

"ETFs are primarily focused on bonds, while mutual funds focus on stocks."

"ETFs can be traded on an exchange, while mutual funds cannot."

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What distinguishes Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) from traditional mutual funds in terms of trading?

"ETFs are traded on stock exchanges, while traditional mutual funds are not."

"ETFs are not traded on stock exchanges, while traditional mutual funds are."

"Both ETFs and traditional mutual funds are traded on stock exchanges."

"Neither ETFs nor traditional mutual funds are traded on stock exchanges."