SBI Flexicap Fund Direct Growth - Regular - Latest NAV [ ₹76.0545 ], Returns, Performance, Portfolio & Returns 2021

SBI Flexicap Fund Direct Growth

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Fund Summarystar

PeriodReturns(per year)
10 Years--
5 Years14.68%
3 Years14.54%
1 Year57.53%
6 Months21.82%
Fund Details
RiskVery High Risk
Fund TypeFlexi Cap
Exit Load0.1% for 30 Days

More about this fundstar

Top HoldingsWeightage
HDFC Bank Ltd7.95%
ICICI Bank Ltd7.35%
HCL Technologies Ltd Shs Dematerialised4.46%
Axis Bank Ltd3.41%
Infosys Ltd3.18%
State Bank of India3.15%
Hindalco Industries Ltd Shs Dematerialised3.15%
Larsen & Toubro Ltd Shs Dematerialised3%
Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals Ltd3%

About SBI Magnum Multicap Fund

The SBI Magnum Multicap Fund is an open-ended equity scheme that invests across large-cap, mid-cap, and small-cap stocks. It offers long-term capital growth through active management of investments in a diversified portfolio. The portfolio primarily includes equity stocks from the entire market capitalisation spectrum. It follows a bottom-up approach in stock picking and covers companies from various sectors/industries.

Pros and Cons of SBI Magnum Multicap Fund

The SBI Magnum Multicap Fund comes with a lower expense ratio. The three-year and five-year returns of the fund are higher than the category average returns. However, the risk-adjusted returns are lower than the category; the one-year returns of the fund is lower than the category average returns as well.

Fund Information and Statistics

i) Inception/Launch Date The SBI Magnum Multicap Fund was launched on 29 September 2005.

ii) Risk Level Since the investments fall under the equity basket, the risk involved with investments made under this fund is moderately high. A minimum of 65% of its assets are invested in equity and equity-related instruments, and the remaining into debt and money market instruments.

iii) Redemption The SBI Magnum Multicap Fund comes with no lock-in period. That means you can redeem it at any point in time. However, if you redeem within 30 days from the date of allocation, you may have to bear a small exit load.

iv) Fund Manager Mr Anup Upadhyay has been managing the SBI Magnum Multicap Fund for the past three years.

v) Entry/Exit Load There is no entry load applicable as per the SEBI’s order dated 30 June 2009. On the other hand, an exit load of 0.10% will be applicable to the investments if you exit on or before 30 days from the date of allotment. If you exit after 30 days from the date of allotment, exit load will not be applicable.

About SBI Mutual Fund

SBI Mutual Fund registered with the SEBI on 23 December 1993. The sponsor for SBI Mutual Fund is the State Bank of India and the trustee of the fund house is SBI Mutual Fund Trustee Company Private Limited. The Average Assets Under Management amounts to Rs.7826.15 crore as on 31 May 2020.

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Min amount: ₹1,000

Calculate Returns

20 yrs
₹1,000 invested monthly becomes
0 in a period of 20 years
Very High 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