DSP Regular Saving Fund Direct Plan Growth - Latest NAV ₹44.5508, Returns, Performance & Portfolio

DSP Regular Saving Fund Direct Plan Growth

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    8.51%
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    (--0.05)44.5508

Min amount: ₹500

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Rs. 500 invested monthly becomes Rs. 3.16 Lakhs in a period of 20 years

Fund Summarystar

PeriodReturns(per year)
10 Years--
5 Years8.51%
3 Years6.1%
1 Year11.94%
6 Months8.56%
Fund Details
ISININF740K01NO5
Risk
Fund TypeConservative Allocation
NAV44.5508
Exit Load1% for 365 Days

More about this fundstar

Top HoldingsWeightage
7.32% Govt Stock 20248.37%
National Bank For Agriculture and Rural Development8.3%
KKR India Financial Services Private Limited7.37%
Power Grid Corporation of India Limited5.86%
National Highways Authority of India5.74%
REC Limited5.73%
Indian Oil Corporation Limited5.67%
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited3.97%
Export-Import Bank of India3.05%
GAIL (India) Limited2.91%

About DSP Regular Savings Fund - Direct Plan - Growth The DSP Regular Savings Fund - Direct Plan - Growth, aims to offer capital growth and regular income, by investing in a mix of debt and equity instruments. The fund manager focuses on a portfolio of low risk debt instruments to protect the value of the portfolio, and equity-oriented instruments to generate capital growth in the long-run. ## Pros and Cons of DSP Regular Savings Fund - Direct Plan - Growth DSP Regular Savings Fund - Direct Plan - Growth, invests in a portfolio of debt and equity, to generate a regular income and maximise returns for the investors. The fund manager focuses on low risk debt securities, to protect the portfolio and generate a regular income, while the investment in large-cap stocks increases the return for the investors. On the flip side, the fund invests in stocks and is not suitable for risk-averse investors. ## Fund Information and Statistics ### i) Inception/Launch Date DSP Regular Savings Fund was launched on 01 January 2013. ### ii) Risk Level DSP Mutual Fund has categorised the DSP Regular Savings Fund under the 'moderately low risk category'. It is riskier as compared to liquid funds. ### iii) Redemption The DSP Regular Savings Fund is open-ended and the investment can be redeemed at any time. ### iv) Fund Manager Mr Vinit Sambre and Mr Vikram Chopra are the current fund managers of DSP Regular Savings Fund. ### v) Entry/Exit Load SEBI norms have prevented mutual fund houses from charging an entry load. An exit load of 1% applies on redemption within 12 months from the date of allocation. ## About DSP Mutual Fund DSP Mutual Fund was established as a joint venture between DSP Group of India and Merrill Lynch of the USA, and was formerly known as DSP BlackRock Mutual Fund. It counts DSP HMK Holdings, DSP Adiko Holdings and BlackRock Inc. as its sponsors. It has DSP BlackRock Trustee Company Pvt. Ltd. as its trustee. The fund had assets under management (AUM) as of June 2020, of a massive Rs 73,450 crore.

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Min amount: ₹500

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Rs. 500 invested monthly becomes Rs. 3.16 Lakhs in a period of 20 years

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