DSP Ultra Short Fund Direct Plan Growth - Latest NAV ₹2831.7729, Returns, Performance & Portfolio

DSP Ultra Short Fund Direct Plan Growth

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    6.84%
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    (+0.29)2831.7729

Min amount: ₹500

Calculate Returns

Rs. 500 invested monthly becomes Rs. 2.57 Lakhs in a period of 20 years

Fund Summarystar

PeriodReturns(per year)
10 Years--
5 Years6.84%
3 Years6.38%
1 Year5.26%
6 Months1.9%
Fund Details
ISININF740K01ON5
RiskModerately Low risk
Fund TypeUltra Short Duration
NAV2831.7729
Exit Load--

More about this fundstar

Top HoldingsWeightage
182 DTB 180320219.14%
Power Finance Corporation Limited4.5%
LIC Housing Finance Limited3.85%
Small Industries Development Bank of India3.27%
REC Limited3.26%
Power Finance Corporation Limited3.06%
364 DTB 080420213.04%
Rural Electrification Corporation Limited1.79%
LIC Housing Finance Limited1.62%
LIC Housing Finance Limited1.61%

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Min amount: ₹500

Calculate Returns

Rs. 500 invested monthly becomes Rs. 2.57 Lakhs in a period of 20 years
Moderately Low risk

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