DSP India T.I.G.E.R. Fund - Regular Plan - IDCW

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NAV
₹ 33.625 ₹ -0.93 (-2.78 %)
as on 19-07-2024
Asset Size (AUM)
4,882.09 Cr
Launch Date
Jun 11, 2004
Investment Objective
The fund seeks to generate capital appreciation by investing in equity and equity related securities of corporates that could benefit from ongoing structural changes and economic reforms in the country. The portfolio is well diversified across sectors, market capitalisation and between private & PSU companies and will get benefit from increased government spending on infrastructure and increased private participation and revival in the corporate capex cycle.
Minimum Investment 100.0
Minimum Top-up 100.0
Investment Returns Since Launch in Jun 11, 2004
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17.26

%
3 M
6 M
1 Y
3 Y
10 Y
Inception
Sharp Ratio
1.91 %
Expense Ratio
1.94%
Volatility
14.5 %
Fund House
DSP Mutual Fund
Fund Manager
Rohit Singhania, Jay Kothari, Charanjit Singh
Key Features
Scheme description
This fund has higher ups and downs compared to other equity funds but can give much higher returns. Investment in this fund can be made for a horizon of at least 5-7 years or more
Minimum Purchase Application Amount
Rs. 100.0 (plus in multiples of Rs. 100.0)

Entry Load
Not applicable
Exit Load
Exit load of 1% if redeemed less than 12 months
Indicative Investment Horizon
5 Years and above
Asset Allocation
Fund's historical return comparison with other asset classes
Fund Performance
Fund's historical return comparison with other asset classes
Performance

Scheme Performance (%)

Data as on - 19-07-2024

Yearly Performance (%)

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Peer Comparison
Scheme Name Inception Date 1 Year Return % 2 Year Return % 3 Year Return % 5 Year Return % 10 Year Return %
DSP India T.I.G.E.R. Fund - Regular Plan - IDCW 11-06-2004 68.73 50.97 34.03 27.9 16.86
BANDHAN Infrastructure Fund - Regular Plan - Growth 08-03-2011 81.97 57.68 34.25 30.47 18.16
LIC MF Infrastructure Fund-Regular Plan-Growth 29-02-2008 79.99 50.19 36.82 28.36 16.04
Nippon India Power & Infra Fund-Growth Plan -Growth Option 01-05-2004 72.59 58.42 37.7 30.59 17.06
Quant Infrastructure Fund - Growth Option 31-08-2007 72.38 44.43 34.93 37.41 19.97
Invesco India Infrastructure Fund - Growth Option 21-11-2007 71.48 47.64 31.95 31.55 19.01
DSP India T.I.G.E.R. Fund - Regular Plan - Growth 11-06-2004 69.91 51.97 35.18 29.43 18.37
Franklin Build India Fund Growth Plan 04-09-2009 69.34 51.29 34.13 27.96 21.02
HDFC Infrastructure Fund - Growth Plan 10-03-2008 67.43 53.8 35.4 24.73 12.52
Canara Robeco Infrastructure Fund - Regular Plan - Growth Option 02-12-2005 65.61 45.79 33.25 29.28 17.56
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