PGIM India Hybrid Equity Fund - Dividend Option

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NAV
₹ 15.8 ₹ 0.01 (0.06 %)
as on 27-02-2024
Asset Size (AUM)
210.01 Cr
Launch Date
Jan 29, 2004
Investment Objective
The scheme aims to generate capital appreciation on the portfolio over a long term by actively investing in different asset classes as per market conditions. For defensive considerations, the scheme may invest in debt, money market instruments and derivatives. The investment strategy is to invest in equities comprising a mix of well researched large & mid cap companies. The selection of stocks will be done from medium to long term view.
Minimum Investment 5000.0
Minimum Top-up 1000.0
Investment Returns Since Launch in Jan 29, 2004
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11.23

%
3 M
6 M
1 Y
3 Y
10 Y
Inception
Sharp Ratio
0.59 %
Expense Ratio
2.33%
Volatility
11.53 %
Fund House
PGIM India Mutual Fund
Fund Manager
Puneet Pal, Vinay Paharia, Anandha Padmanabhan Anjeneyan, Ojasvi Khicha
Key Features
Scheme description
This fund has moderate ups and downs compared to equity funds and can give good returns as it invests both in debt and equity. Investment in this fund can be made for a horizon of at least 5 years or more
Minimum Purchase Application Amount
Rs. 5000.0 (plus in multiples of Rs. 1000.0)

Entry Load
Not applicable
Exit Load
0.5% for redemption within 90 days
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 - 28-02-2024

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Investment Returns Calculator
Rolling returns are the annualized returns of the scheme taken for a specified period (rolling returns period) on every day/week/month and taken till the last day of the duration. In this chart we are showing the annualized returns over the rolling returns period on every day from the start date and comparing it with the benchmark. Rolling returns is the best measure of a fund's performance. Trailing returns have a recency bias and point to point returns are specific to the period in consideration. Rolling returns, on the other hand, measures the fund's absolute and relative performance across all timescales, without bias.
Peer Comparison
Scheme Name Inception Date 1 Year Return % 2 Year Return % 3 Year Return % 5 Year Return % 10 Year Return %
PGIM India Hybrid Equity Fund - Dividend Option 29-01-2004 20.22 11.96 10.43 11.12 9.17
JM Aggressive Hybrid Fund (Regular) -Growth Option 01-04-1995 48.5 27.59 22.35 18.46 14.64
BANK OF INDIA MID & SMALL CAP EQUITY & DEBT FUND - REGULAR PLAN GROWTH 05-07-2016 45.71 21.89 25.68 22.01 0.0
ICICI Prudential Equity & Debt Fund - Growth 05-11-1999 37.73 22.09 24.2 21.14 18.02
Quant Absolute Fund - Growth Option - Regular Plan 21-03-2001 37.26 21.94 25.5 25.36 19.75
Edelweiss Aggressive Hybrid Fund- Plan B-Growth Option 16-06-2009 33.17 19.3 18.82 17.06 14.71
Edelweiss Aggressive Hybrid Fund - Regular Plan - Growth Option 12-08-2009 33.01 19.13 18.72 17.0 14.67
Invesco India Aggressive Hybrid Fund - Regular Plan - Growth 15-06-2018 31.75 15.99 13.78 13.31 0.0
Nippon India Equity Hybrid Fund - Growth Plan 05-06-2005 31.67 18.36 17.34 11.79 13.09
Mahindra Manulife Aggressive Hybrid Fund - Regular Plan - Growth 19-07-2019 31.59 16.72 17.65 0.0 0.0
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