The scheme seeks to generate long term capital appreciation by investing predominantly in equity and equity related securities of companies across sectors and market capitalizations. The scheme will also invest in debt and money market instruments with an endeavour to generate income.
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The table depicts year-on-year returns delivered by this fund. The category average column depicts the average returns of all the funds in this category, and the last column shows how this particular fund has ranked within the category.
One of the fundamental rules for choosing mutual funds is to choose a fund with a proven track record. Advisors and distributors base their fund recommendations mainly on historical performance while evaluating track record.
It is the smallest value amount for which an investor can purchase a mutual fund. It can vary for each mutual fund.
There are multiple ways to invest in mutual funds. Here is an illustration of the two of the most popular options for your convenience:
1: Shivani chooses to start an SIP of Rs. 5,000 with Bajaj Finserv. Every month she invests Rs. 5,000 on a date chosen by her.
2: Rahul chooses to invest a lumpsum amount of Rs. 1,00,000.
The calculator shows the investment corpus accumulated if you had started SIP or lumpsum investment in the fund for the selected period, basis the past performance.
Our mutual fund calculator has been designed to help you understand indicative returns on this fund based on past performance.
The above returns are calculated based on past performance of the fund.
A mutual fund scheme is not a deposit product and is not an obligation of, or guaranteed, or insured by the mutual fund or its Asset Management Company (AMC). Due to the nature of the underlying investments, the returns or the potential returns of a mutual fund product cannot be guaranteed. Historical performance, when presented, is purely for reference purposes and is not a guarantee of future results.
Mutual funds are subject to market risk. Please read all scheme related documents carefully before investing.
To help you make informed investment decision, here is a list of other fund options in the same category with similar returns.
Hereunder are applicable charges and tax obligations that may apply to you. Make sure you understand these well before you decide to invest.
The expense ratio refers to how much of a fund's assets are used towards administrative and other operating expenses.
Exit load – Charge applied to mutual fund redemptions before the designated investment period.
Exit load for the fund isWith respect to units not subject to lock-in period and the holding period is less than 3 years: Exit load of 3% if redeemed within 1 year, 2% if redeemed after 1 year but within 2 year, 1% if redeemed after 2 year but within 3 year.
For equity component (investment < 12 months) the taxation is 15% + Surcharge@10% or 15% + 4% Health & education Cess =17.16% or 17.94%
For debt component (investment < 36 months) the taxation is as per the interest rate tax slab applicable for the investor.
Equity component of the fund
For equity component (investment > 12 months) the taxation is 10% without indexation & without foreign currency conversion benefit + Surcharge @10% or 15% + 4% Health & Education cess = 11.44% & 11.96%.
For debt component (investment > 36 months) the taxation is 20% with Indexation Benefit + Surcharge @ 10% or 15% + 4% Health & Education cess = 22.88% or 23.92%.
Equity component of the fund
Companies/sectors in which this fund is investing your money.
Sector allocation %
Riskometer stipulated by SEBI reflects the current risk of the scheme at a given point of time.
The meter categorizes the schemes under different levels of risk based on the respective scheme’s asset allocation pattern.
For each mutual fund, the risk can range from low to very high, as depicted by different colours in the riskometer.
The graph's arrow shows the risk level associated with this fund.
hybrid: aggressive hybrid
07 October, 2020
Assets Under Management (AUM) is the total market value of the investments that the fund manages on behalf of the unitholders.
It is an unmanaged group of securities which are considered as a 'benchmark' to measure a fund's/stock's performance.
It is an indicator of how quickly fund managers buy and sell the specific assets and securities within the fund in a specified period.
Every mutual fund has experienced professionals that manage your funds.
Managing since: 2021
Managing since: 2013
Managing since: 2020
Managing since: 2020
It is a statistical value that illustrates the average returns generated by a fund over a specified duration, such as one month, six months, one year, etc.
Alpha is the excess returns relative to market benchmark for a given amount of risk taken by the scheme.
Beta of a mutual fund scheme is the volatility of the scheme relative to its market benchmark.
It is a statistical tool that measures the deviation or dispersion of the data from the mean or average.
The sharpe ratio is a measure of an investment's return after taking into consideration all the inherent risks.
Sortino ratio is the statistical tool that measures the performance of the investment relative to the downward deviation.
Before investing in a mutual fund, it is important to analyse its performance based on certain parameters. Here are some key ratios to help you evaluate the performance of the mutual fund. Click on the info icon to know what each parameter signifies.