(As of 31 May, 2021)
CRISIL Liquid Fund TR INR
Investors understand that their principal will be at Low Risk.
The investment objective of the Scheme is to generate income through arbitrage opportunities between cash and derivative market and arbitrage opportunities within the derivative market. Investments may also be made in debt & money market instruments.
1 %(If redeemed within 30 days)
This fund is been allocated in various sectors including some of the prominent ones that are widely accepted and are creating a value of trust.
8.20% Govt Stock 2022
8.15% Govt Stock 2022
5.09% Govt Stock 2022
Future on Adani Enterprises Ltd Shs Dematerialised
Arbitrage Funds provide a safer investment avenue for the investors with low risk appetite by leveraging the price difference in the cash and derivatives market to generate returns. These usually invest around 65% of their corpus in equity-related instruments and are often seen as short-term wealth generating opportunities. Since the difference between the two prices is marginal, arbitrage funds are required to execute a humongous number of trades every year to book substantial profits. While Arbitrage Funds are a good investment option when you’ve a volatile market, the fact that their expense ratio is high and the payoff is unpredictable, count for noticeable disadvantages.
This fund is rated 0 stars by Morning Star Ratings.
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