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Conservative hybrid funds invest roughly a quarter of your money in equity shares and the rest in bonds. These funds are suitable for those who cannot withstand too much volatility in the value of their investments and are content with moderate returns which are slightly higher than returns from fixed income options.
They may also suit those looking for a regular income from their accumulation. The debt portion of these funds provides a moderate, but steady stream of income. The small equity allocation though adds a bit of volatility, but helps boost returns to keep up with the rate of inflation over the long term.
Invest only if your investment horizon is three years or more. To derive dependable income with some degree of inflation protection, invest your accumulated savings in these funds gradually over at least a few months, and then maintain a withdrawal rate in the range of 4-6 per cent of the value of your investment every year.
Taxability of earnings:
The tax treatment of this fund may vary depending upon its asset allocation. It will be taxed in the following manner based on its average asset allocation in the last 12 months.
|VR MIP TRI||3.50||0.35||-0.12||1.42||3.08||10.55||5.76||6.70||--||--||--|
|Hybrid: Conservative Hybrid||4.44||0.18||0.05||0.70||2.20||6.62||6.22||4.55||--||--||--|
|Rank within category||40||10||20||37||26||35||39||15||--||--||--|
|Number of funds in category||43||46||46||46||46||46||43||23||2||0||0|
As on 19-Oct-2020
|Fund name||Rating||Launch Date||1-Year Return||3-Year Return||5-Year Return||Expense Ratio||Assets (Cr)|
|Nippon India Dual Advantage Fixed Tenure Fund XI - Plan D - Regular Plan||Aug-17||3.97||4.66||--||0.95||28|
|SBI Dual Advantage Fund Series XXV - Regular Plan||Dec-17||5.51||--||--||1.08||2,668|
|SBI Dual Advantage Fund Series XXVI - Regular Plan||Feb-18||6.76||--||--||1.08||2,151|
|SBI Dual Advantage Fund Series XXVII - Regular Plan||Mar-18||6.44||--||--||1.08||1,155|
|SBI Dual Advantage Fund Series XXIX - Regular Plan||Jul-18||6.73||--||--||1.08||973|
|Best (Period)||Worst (Period)|
|Week||2.30 (24-Mar-2020 - 31-Mar-2020)||-3.67 (16-Mar-2020 - 23-Mar-2020)|
|Month||4.32 (24-Mar-2020 - 23-Apr-2020)||-8.61 (20-Feb-2020 - 23-Mar-2020)|
|Quarter||7.27 (24-Mar-2020 - 23-Jun-2020)||-7.68 (23-Dec-2019 - 23-Mar-2020)|
|Year||9.49 (23-Oct-2018 - 23-Oct-2019)||-2.41 (22-Mar-2019 - 23-Mar-2020)|
|VR MIP TRI||6.50||6.53||0.22||0.25||--||--|
|Hybrid: Conservative Hybrid||4.34||4.71||-0.10||-0.13||0.59||-1.57|
|Rank within category||15||17||14||14||15||15|
|Number of funds in category||26||26||26||26||26||26|
The Risk Measures have been calculated using calendar month returns for the last three years.
As on 30-Sep-2020
|Number of Stocks||0|
|Number of Bonds||13|
|Average Maturity (yrs)||0.34|
|Top 10 Holdings (%)||87.74|
|Portfolio P/B Ratio||1.79|
|Portfolio P/E Ratio||18.49|
|Company||Instrument||Credit Rating||1Y Range||% Assets|
|8.21% Rajasthan State 31/03/2021||State Development Loan||SOV||17.24 - 18.56||17.33|
|Axis Finance 2021||Bonds/NCDs||AAA||12.49 - 13.44||13.27|
|9.18% Power Finance Corp. 15/04/2021||Bonds||AAA||9.03 - 9.68||9.07|
|7.85% L&T Finance 2020||Non Convertible Debenture||AAA||8.84 - 9.42||8.90|
|7.58% PNB Housing Finance 15/03/2021||Non Convertible Debenture||AA||0.00 - 8.75||8.75|
|8.75% HDFC 2021||Debenture||AAA||3.59 - 3.84||3.61|
|8.75% LIC Housing Fin. 2021||Debenture||AAA||3.58 - 3.83||3.60|
|7.40% National Bank Agr. Rur. Devp 2021||Debenture||AAA||2.85 - 3.05||2.86|
|9.47% Power Grid Corporation 31/03/2021||Bonds||AAA||2.72 - 2.93||2.73|
|8.85% NHPC 2021||Bonds||AAA||2.15 - 2.32||2.16|
|7.52% SIDBI 2021||Bonds/NCDs||AAA||1.78 - 1.91||1.79|
|9.15% Export-Import Bank 30/03/2021||Bonds||AAA||0.72 - 0.78||0.73|
|8.60% LIC Housing Fin. 26/02/2021||Bonds/Debentures||AAA||0.36 - 0.38||0.36|
Indicates an increase or decrease or no change in holding since last portfolio
Indicates a new holding since last portfolio
As on 30-Sep-2020
Education: Ms. Chhajer is a B.Com (H) and a Chartered Accountant.
Experience: Prior to joining Reliance Mutual Fund Ltd. as a fund manager, she has worked with National Insurance Company as a Money Maker Instruments and D.C Dharewa & Co.
Education: Mr. Parekh is a B.Com (H) and Chartered Accountant.
Experience: Prior to joining Reliance Mutual Fund he has worked with ICICI Prudential MF, Ask Investments Managers, Prabhudas Lilladher, Sunidhi Consultancy Services, Insight Asset Management and Capital Market Magazine.
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The Scheme seeks to generate returns and reduce interest rate volatility, through a portfolio of fixed income securities that are maturing on or before the maturity of the Scheme along with capital appreciation through equity exposure.
|Fund House:||Nippon India Mutual Fund|
|Return Since Launch:||4.83%|
|Benchmark:||CRISIL Composite Bond (80), NIFTY 50 TRI (20)|
AMC: Nippon India Life Asset Management Ltd.
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