HDFC Dynamic PE Ratio Fund of Funds- Plan A Growth - Latest NAV, Returns, Performance & Portfolio

HDFC Dynamic PE Ratio Fund of Funds- Plan A Growth

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    8.11%
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    (--0.05)18.5796

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Rs. 1,000 invested monthly becomes Rs. 6.01 Lakhs in a period of 20 years

Fund Summarystar

PeriodReturns(per year)
10 Years--
5 Years8.11%
3 Years6.57%
1 Year5.33%
6 Months-0.23%
Fund Details
ISININF179KA1SF8
RiskModerately High risk
Fund TypeFund of Funds
NAV18.5796
Exit Load1% for 365 Days

More about this fundstar

Top HoldingsWeightage
HDFC Top 100 Dir Gr30.07%
HDFC Banking & PSU Debt Dir Gr15.51%
HDFC S/T Debt Dir Gr13.78%
HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Dir Gr12.05%
HDFC Dynamic Debt Dir Gr10.27%
HDFC Small Cap Dir Gr9.24%
HDFC Corporate Bond Dir Gr4.74%
HDFC M/T Debt Dir Gr3.14%
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Min amount: ₹500

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Rs. 1,000 invested monthly becomes Rs. 6.01 Lakhs in a period of 20 years
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Moderately High risk

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