HSBC Conservative Hybrid Quarterly IDCW Payout Direct Plan
SIP amount
Min. ₹1,000
Lumpsum amount
Min. ₹5,000

HSBC Conservative Hybrid Quarterly IDCW Payout Direct Plan

NAV
₹14.8219
+0.34%
(1 Mar)
AUM
109 Cr
TER
1.35%
Risk
Moderately High Risk
Rating
Insights
Net Asset Value (NAV) is above its 200 days moving average
Total Expense Ratio (TER) is in the top 25% of comparable funds
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Compare with other fund
1Y
+15.6%
+15.6%
+15.6%
+15.6%
+12.5%
+11.3%
3Y
+15.3%
+15.3%
+15.3%
+15.3%
+8.6%
+7.3%
5Y
+9.7%
+9.7%
+9.6%
+9.6%
+8.1%
+7.1%
ALL
+6.7%
+6.7%
+7.7%
+7.7%
+7.6%
+6.3%
VOL
5.8%
5.8%
7.0%
7.0%
-
6.0%
TER
1.4%
1.4%
1.4%
1.4%
-
1.4%
AUM
₹68 Cr
₹68 Cr
₹68 Cr
₹68 Cr
-
₹109 Cr
INFO
1.16
1.16
1.10
1.10
-
1.05
Past performance
Past performance is no guarantee of future returns.
Had you invested
Over the last
1Y
3Y
ALL
Your returns would have been
HSBC Conservative Hybrid Quarterly IDCW Payout (DP)
₹1,00,00,00,000
14.0%
Fixed deposit
₹40,00,00,000
6.0%
Bank savings
₹40,00,00,000
3.0%
See fund holdings as of 15th Jan
Top holdings
7.1% Govt Stock 2029
13.7%
7.38% Govt Stock 2027
13.7%
7.06% Govt Stock 2028
11.9%
7.18% Govt Stock 2033
9.3%
7.17% Govt Stock 2028
5.0%
Net Current Assets (Including Cash & Bank Balances)
4.8%
7.18% Govt Stock 2037
4.6%
Axis Bank Limited
4.2%
5.74% Govt Stock 2026
3.5%
Treps
3.1%
Top industry exposure
Industrials
10.4%
Consumer Cyclical
4.0%
Financial Services
4.0%
Technology
2.7%
Healthcare
1.0%
Other information
Minimum SIP
₹1,000
Minimum lumpsum
₹5,000
Additional lumpsum
₹1,000
Portfolio turnover
-
Lock-in period
-
Exit load
No exit load
Fund objective
Seeks to generate reasonable returns through investments in Debt and Money Market Instruments. The secondary objective of the scheme is to invest in equity and equity related instruments to seek capital appreciation.
Fund manager(s)
Mahesh Chhabria
Cheenu Gupta

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