Reliance Prime Debt Fund Growth - Latest NAV, Returns, Performance & Portfolio

Reliance Prime Debt

  • highlight8.04%
  • highlight0.02(0.05%)

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Min amount: 500

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Rs. 500 invested monthly becomes Rs. 2.98 Lakhs in a period of 20 years

Fund Summarystar

PeriodReturns(per year)
10 Years7.97%
5 Years8.04%
3 Years7.47%
1 Year8.11%
6 Months4.43%
Fund Details
ISININF204K01EF9
RiskModerate Risk
Fund TypeCorporate Bond
NAV39.4008
Exit Load--

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Top HoldingsWeightage
Sansar Trust Sep 2017 III SR-A7 PTC10.18%
NRSS XXIX TRANSMISSION LIMITED9.11%
Panchshil Corporate Park Private Limited8.99%
Adani Transmission Limited7.32%
Dewan Housing Finance Corporation Limited6.82%
Motilal Oswal Securities Limited6.66%
INDIAN RECEIVABLE TRUST 18 FEB 20195.7%
Rent a Device Trust4.72%
Indiabulls Housing Finance Limited4.46%
Bharti Telecom Limited4.39%
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Min amount: 500

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Rs. 500 invested monthly becomes Rs. 2.98 Lakhs in a period of 20 years
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Moderate Risk

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