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Post by lakhvinder on Wed May 12 2010, 18:30

can someone here give me any information about Reliance Diversified Power Sector Fund,i believe An open-ended Power sector Scheme?

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Post by akhi kashyup on Thu May 13 2010, 19:30

lakhvinder wrote:can someone here give me any information about Reliance Diversified Power Sector Fund,i believe An open-ended Power sector Scheme?

Reliance Diversified Power Sector Fund aims to generate
continuous returns by actively investing in equity / equity related or
fixed income securities of Power and other associated companies.

Structure : Open-ended Power Sector Scheme

Inception Date : April 15, 2004

Plans and Options under the Plan :
Growth, Bonus, Dividend.

Face Value (Rs/Unit): Rs. 10

Minimum Investment :
Rs.5000.

Entry Load : For
Subscriptions Below Rs. 2 crores - 2.25%. For Subscriptions of Rs. 2
crores and above and below Rs. 5 crores - 1.25%. For Subscriptions of
Rs. 5 crores and above - Nil

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Post by akhi kashyup on Fri May 14 2010, 18:37

hope this helps Lakhi!

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Post by lakhvinder on Mon May 17 2010, 18:20

akhi kashyup wrote:
lakhvinder wrote:can someone here give me any information about Reliance Diversified Power Sector Fund,i believe An open-ended Power sector Scheme?

Reliance Diversified Power Sector Fund aims to generate
continuous returns by actively investing in equity / equity related or
fixed income securities of Power and other associated companies.

Structure : Open-ended Power Sector Scheme

Inception Date : April 15, 2004

Plans and Options under the Plan :
Growth, Bonus, Dividend.

Face Value (Rs/Unit): Rs. 10

Minimum Investment :
Rs.5000.

Entry Load : For
Subscriptions Below Rs. 2 crores - 2.25%. For Subscriptions of Rs. 2
crores and above and below Rs. 5 crores - 1.25%. For Subscriptions of
Rs. 5 crores and above - Nil

Sure it helped .thanks.

just one more question-What are the different sector specific mutual funds in India by HDFC and Reliance?

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Post by pankaj joshi on Tue May 18 2010, 17:29

lakhvinder wrote:
akhi kashyup wrote:
lakhvinder wrote:can someone here give me any information about Reliance Diversified Power Sector Fund,i believe An open-ended Power sector Scheme?

Reliance Diversified Power Sector Fund aims to generate
continuous returns by actively investing in equity / equity related or
fixed income securities of Power and other associated companies.

Structure : Open-ended Power Sector Scheme

Inception Date : April 15, 2004

Plans and Options under the Plan :
Growth, Bonus, Dividend.

Face Value (Rs/Unit): Rs. 10

Minimum Investment :
Rs.5000.

Entry Load : For
Subscriptions Below Rs. 2 crores - 2.25%. For Subscriptions of Rs. 2
crores and above and below Rs. 5 crores - 1.25%. For Subscriptions of
Rs. 5 crores and above - Nil

Sure it helped .thanks.

just one more question-What are the different sector specific mutual funds in India by HDFC and Reliance?

A couple of reliance sector specific mutual funds are
Reliance Pharma Fund (An Open-ended Pharma Sector Scheme): The primary investment objective of the scheme is to seek to generate consistent returns by investing in equity and equity related securities or fixed income securities of Pharma and other associated companies and
Reliance Diversified Power Sector Fund (An Open-ended Power Sector Scheme)while HDFC has some good technology sector specific mutual funds!

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Post by seenathkumar on Wed May 19 2010, 13:49

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Post by pankaj joshi on Wed May 19 2010, 16:20

seenathkumar wrote:I will recommend you to check out this best mutual funds site for any reliance mutual fund information...

Sure..will do.thanks!

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Post by lakhvinder on Wed May 26 2010, 16:44

Please suggestions about any good small cap and mid cap mutual funds from mutual fund companies especially from Birla and Franklin?

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Post by akhi kashyup on Thu May 27 2010, 19:48

lakhvinder wrote:Please suggestions about any good small cap and mid cap mutual funds from mutual fund companies especially from Birla and Franklin?


There is one called Reliance Long Term Equity for small and mid cap companies. The fund defines the small and mid cap stocks as follows: any stock having market capitalisation below Rs. 250 crores as a small cap stock and any stock having market capitalisation between Rs 250 crore to Rs. 1500 crore as a mid cap stock.

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Post by ronak on Wed Jan 25 2012, 13:50

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