New Delhi, Nov. 27 -- While investing, especially in mutual funds, most investors tends to look for the term 'the best' - the best time to invest, the best fund to invest etc.

But is there really a way to promise the best in a volatile market?

"Of course not," said Sandeep Bisht, financial advisor, founder of Filling Samadhan, adding, "there is no good or bad time to start the investment. What matters is that you choose the right investment avenue for your various investment needs."

Let's understand this with a simple example.

The valuations for mid and small cap funds peaked between 2015 and 2017 providing an average returns of 15 percent. Being the coveted investment instrument at the moment, it started hitting the headlines everyda...