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Post by pankaj joshi on Mon Apr 26 2010, 21:42

Reliance Mutual Fund has launched a new fund named as Reliance Fixed Horizon Fund - XV - Series 4, a close ended income scheme. The New Fund Offer (NFO) price for the scheme is Rs 10 per unit. The new issue is open for subscription from 26 April and closes on 27 April 2010.

The primary investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate regular returns and growth of capital by investing in a diversified portfolio of Central, State Government securities and other fixed income/ debt securities normally maturing in line with the time profile of the scheme with the objective of limiting interest rate volatility.

The duration of the scheme is 371 days from the date of allotment.The scheme offers two options viz. growth and dividend payout option.

The scheme will allocate up-to 70% of assets in money market instruments and it would allocate 30% to 100% of assets in Government Securities issued by Central & or State Government & other fixed income/ debt
securities including but not limited to Corporate bonds and securitized debt with low to medium risk profile. Debt Securities will also include securitised debt, which may go up to 75% of the portfolio. Average maturity of the securities will be in line with the maturity profile of the scheme.

The minimum application amount is Rs 5000 and in multiples of Re 1
thereafter.The fund seeks to collect a minimum subscription (minimum target) amount of Rs 20 crore under the scheme during the NFO period.

Entry and exit load charge will be nil for the scheme.Benchmark Index for the scheme is CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index.The fund manager of the scheme will be Amit Tripathi.

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Post by pankaj joshi on Tue Apr 27 2010, 20:07

Reliance MF revises exit load structure for Long Term Equity Fund

Reliance Mutual Fund has revised the exit load under Reliance Long Term Equity Fund, effective May 3, 2010.

The changes are as follows:

Load structure:

Exit load: Nil.

Revised load: 1% if redeemed on or before completion of 1 year from the date of allotment of units.

Link Source:http://www.myiris.com/newsCentre/storyShow.php?fileR=20100427162717707&dir=2010/04/27&secID=livenews?um=35

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Re: Reliance Mutual Fund

Post by pankaj joshi on Wed Apr 28 2010, 19:36

any questions..plz feel free to ask about RMF

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Re: Reliance Mutual Fund

Post by pawankumar on Thu Apr 29 2010, 19:04

just one..plz explain what is the expert advice n how its formed...coz i keep oj hearing this all the time!

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Re: Reliance Mutual Fund

Post by lakhvinder on Sat May 08 2010, 17:55

ya me too...just heard that reliance came out with a new plan.its called Reliance Dual Advantage Fixed Tenure Fund.theres so much bozz on this fund in the market!any reviews people?

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Re: Reliance Mutual Fund

Post by seenathkumar on Wed May 19 2010, 13:54

I really appreciate you for this information. Can you suggest me some growth mutual fund investments..
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Re: Reliance Mutual Fund

Post by pankaj joshi on Mon May 24 2010, 20:06

news of any new mutual fund coming out from the house of reliance?

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Re: Reliance Mutual Fund

Post by pawankumar on Tue May 25 2010, 15:38

pankaj joshi wrote:news of any new mutual fund coming out from the house of reliance?

None that i know of...but you can see here!
www.reliancemutual.com/

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Re: Reliance Mutual Fund

Post by akhi kashyup on Fri Jun 04 2010, 17:49

Mutual funds fall into three categories:

* Equity funds are made up of investments of only common stock. These can be riskier (and earn more money) than other types.
* Fixed-income funds are made up of government and corporate securities that provide a fixed return and are usually low risk.
* Balanced funds combine both stocks and bonds in the investment pool and offer a moderate to low risk. While low risk may sound good, it is also accompanied by lower rates of return-meaning you risk less, but your investment won't earn as much. You have to decide how much risk you're willing to take on before you invest your money.

so you have to know what to invest and where to invest before deciding on anything particular.

Some of the good funds in the market are from ICICI,Reliance and Franklin Templeton!

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Reliance Mutaul Fund Update

Post by javed on Wed Jun 30 2010, 18:18

I have a mutual fund in HDFC mutual fund now I'm planning to invest
in Reliance mutual fund as I have heard that Reliance Mutual Fund has a number of funds that they offers so can anyone suggest me about it should I move forward with it?

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Re: Reliance Mutual Fund

Post by ronak on Thu Jul 29 2010, 19:04

Hi,
please can you explain me "what is Micro Cap Fund "

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Post by sru123 on Sat Aug 07 2010, 14:31

hello everyone..
iam new to this forum...
can you tell "what is Micro Cap Fund"

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Post by ronak on Thu Sep 22 2011, 14:19

sru123 wrote:hello everyone..
iam new to this forum...
can you tell "what is Micro Cap Fund"

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Micro Cap Fund is an Open equity growth scheme that seeks to generate long-term capital appreciation from a portfolio that is substantially constituted of equity and equity related securities, which are not part of the top 300 companies by market capitalization.

If you looking forward to invest in Mutual funds in India check out the below funds:
Private Equity | Liquid Fund




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