Edelweiss Government Securities Fund Regular Growth - Latest NAV ₹18.924, Returns, Performance & Portfolio

Edelweiss Government Securities Fund Regular Growth

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    9.3%
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    18.924

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Min amount: ₹300

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Rs. 2,000 invested monthly becomes Rs. 13.99 Lakhs in a period of 20 years

Fund Summarystar

PeriodReturns(per year)
10 Years--
5 Years9.3%
3 Years10.22%
1 Year12.76%
6 Months4.96%
Fund Details
ISININF843K01HC4
RiskModerate Risk
Fund TypeGovernment Bond
NAV18.924
Exit Load--

More about this fundstar

Top HoldingsWeightage
6.8% Govt Stock 206046.84%
6.19% Govt Stock 203430.53%
6.45% Govt Stock 202915.82%
08.38 GJ SDL 20290.16%

About Edelweiss Government Securities Fund

Edelweiss Government Securities Fund is an open-ended debt scheme investing in government securities across various durations. The fund aims to generate income over medium and long-term investment horizon. The fund may also invest in CBLO, State Government Securities, Units of Liquid scheme & units of schemes primarily investing in Government Securities, and debt derivatives.

Pros & Cons of Edelweiss Government Securities Fund

Edelweiss Government Securities Fund offers the following benefits: The fund enables investors to generate returns at minimal risk. Since the scheme invests only in government securities, the risk on the returns should be considered minimal. The fund returns are at par with the average category returns.

Fund Information and Statistics of Edelweiss Government Securities Fund

i) Inception / Launch date –

The Edelweiss Government Securities Fund was launched on February 13, 2014, by Edelweiss Mutual Funds.

ii) Risk level –

Edelweiss Government Securities Fund is a moderately risky-bet and suitable for long-term investment horizon.

iii) Redemption –

The Scheme will offer units for repurchase and redemption at applicable NAV price on every Business Day. The redemption proceeds will be dispatched within 3 business days.

iv) Fund Manager –

The fund is jointly managed by Mr Dhawal Dalal since November 28, 2016, and Mr Gautam Kaul since December 11, 2017.

v) Entry / Exit load -

The fund house does not charge any entry load or exit load.

Tax benefits of investing in Edelweiss Government Securities Fund

A Short-term capital gain tax will be levied on unitholders as per the income tax slab rate if units are held for less than 36 months. A long-term capital gains tax of 20% is applicable with indexation if units are held for more than 36 months. Dividend distribution tax will be deducted before the distribution of the dividend.

About Edelweiss Mutual Fund

Edelweiss Mutual Fund is built on the strong principles of being fair to investors, focussing on growth, working with top ethics, and by being a transparent organisation. The fund house provides a range of investment options to a wide variety of investors. It aims to be innovative and creative in every aspect of functioning.

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Min amount: ₹300

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Rs. 2,000 invested monthly becomes Rs. 13.99 Lakhs in a period of 20 years
Moderate Risk

All investments come with risk. Risk is the volatility or fluctuation in the price (and returns) of the investment. Usually,

  • High Risk = High possible returns
  • Low Risk = Stable, relatively lower returns