Introducing Learn with Jupiter 📚

Hello, Jupiter Community!

I’m Vidyut, part of the Investments team here at Jupiter :slightly_smiling_face:
We have been working on a new feature for folks who want to learn more about Mutual Funds before they start investing.

This could be helpful for those of you who are already investing too!

Introducing Learn with Jupiter 📚

:money_mouth_face: Find out how to get more out of your money
:point_down: Check out our bite-sized lessons on investing your money right, from our in-house money experts
:chart_with_upwards_trend: Decode Mutual Funds, SIPs, Tax-Saving, and more in under a minute

Here’s how it looks:

:open_book: Start your first lesson today!

Where can I find Learn with Jupiter?

  1. Click on Investments on the Home tab.
  2. Head to the :arrow_down: bottom of the Investments screen to see Learn with Jupiter.
  3. Can anyone access this? Yes. Just update your app to the latest version.


If you are on your phone, just tap here :point_right:t2: Learn with Jupiter


Next steps ➡️

We want to create more lessons for you.
If there’s a topic that you would want to know more about, let us know!

Share your thoughts in the comments :point_down:


I’ve always loved Jupiter’s take on my Mutual Funds report n insights. It’s simple, n easy on the eyes.

As for this, keep up the good work!!!


It’s really useful for beginners :heart:




I can’t open a Jupiter account and you guys are talking about this :smiling_face_with_tear:

Never invested in MF. Would like to try with Jupiter :crossed_fingers:t2: :crossed_fingers:t2:


Most wanted Topics & Reason of not investing in MF-

  1. Don’t know how to choose good MF accoding to Risk level and Returns. :man_shrugging:

What happened with you account man :bank:

@vidyut some of the topics that can be included -

  1. How long should I remain invested.
  2. When should I exit a fund
  3. What are the long term and short term tax implications of investing in mutual funds.
  4. What should I do when the risk meter of a fund changes.
  5. Is it compulsory to opt in for a nominee?

It says “unable to open an account for you”

Hey Talha you can raise this complaint in twitter DM of Jupiter they’ll try to give the option again and then when the option came again then instead of selecting your adress there’s an option to add new address in my case i live in howrah and put that address after that when I get that option I wrote a address of Kolkata afterwards my account get opened thrust my account also get struck by this and when I do this method my account get opened :adult:t2:

Nice feature. Can you improve the speed of the slides motion. Feels bit laggy but I loved the new feature :zap::zap::zap:


Thanks a lot! @nateavi

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@sani Thanks a lot, we hope you become a pro-investor. Feel free to suggest some topics for Learn with Jupiter :smile:

Hi @niranjan_kumar, we are happy that you have decided to start your investment journey with us. Here’s a little something for you to get started.

@Omkar18 You must have read our minds! We’re coming up with a module just for this.

Nice suggestions! @yagnesh01 We will think about these. :slight_smile:


Learn with Jupiter update :books:

We have added:

  1. Why does India love to invest in gold?
  2. Save money for emergencies

If there’s a topic that you’d want us to cover, let us know.


I would like to express my gratitude to @vidyut sir for introducing this new feature. :+1: I recently discovered this thread and the “Learn with Jupiter” section located under the investment tab on the Jupiter app. The use of graphics and slides to explain concepts in simple terms, without any technical jargon, is highly appreciated. (Special mention to the explanation to certain terms and interesting facts in the footnotes). All these makes it easy for customers from various fields, not just those with commerce or finance backgrounds, to comprehend the information. I appreciate the effort put into creating such useful content.

@Shawnpinto Some topic suggestions:

  1. Insurance as an investment avenue : Good or Bad?

  2. Understanding the stock market: how to buy and sell stocks, how to read stock charts, the role of stock market indices etc…

  3. A brief introduction of Government introduced investment schemes such as Atal Pension Yojana

  4. Retirement planning :smile:


@razack Thanks for sharing these topic ideas!
We’ll think about it.

Glad you liked the concept and content!

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I just discovered this… It’s very interesting.

The slides are attractive. The content is concise and can be finished in a couple of minutes.

Kudos to the Jupiter team.

You may consider these topics.

  1. Saving money tips & tricks
  2. T-Bills
  3. Bond market investing
  4. Potfolio management - distribute the money across constant and variable return investments
  5. FD laddering

Thanks, @alexnazy !!

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