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  • BHARAT Bond ETF April 2032 (G)
BHARAT Bond ETF April 2032 (G)

BHARAT Bond ETF April 2032 (G)

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  • 1156.95760

    NAV

  • 0%

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BHARAT Bond ETF April 2032 Growth NAV

1156.95760

NAV (Jul 3)

BHARAT Bond ETF April 2032 Growth returns

Last 1Y
7.6%
Last 3Y
NA
Last 5Y
NA
Last 10Y
NA
Since Inception
5.9%
6 Month CAGR
4.7%
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BHARAT Bond ETF April 2032 Growth Information

Investment Objective

The investment objective of the scheme is to track the Nifty BHARAT Bond Index – April 2032 by investing in bonds of AAA-rated CPSEs/CPSUs/CPFIs and other Government organizations,subject to tracking errors. However,there is no assurance that the investment objective of the Scheme will be realized and the Scheme does not assure or guarantee any returns.

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Low to Moderate

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Moderate Risk

Expense Ratio
0.001
Launched (3y ago)
Dec 13, 2021
AUM in Crores
11211.502
ISIN
INF754K01OB1
Beta (5yr)
0
Sharpe Ratio (3yr)
0
Sharpe Ratio (5yr)
0
YTM
7.44
Fund Managers

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Asset allocation and Holdings

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BHARAT Bond ETF April 2032 (G) Review

BHARAT Bond ETF April 2032 (G) is an Exchange Traded Fund which is benchmarked to Nifty BHARAT Bond April 2032 INR. BHARAT Bond ETF April 2032 (G) is managed by the Edelweiss Asset Management Limited with the fund managers being null. The BHARAT Bond ETF April 2032 (G) was launched on Dec 13, 2021 with no lock-in period. Since its inception, the fund has delivered 5.9% as a return on investment. The fund has delivered a 1-year return of 7.6%, a 3-year return of null%, and a 5-year return of null%.

As on 19 Jul, 2024 the NAV of the fund is Rs 1161.92 and the AUM is Rs 11211.50 crores. The fund charges an expense ratio of 0.001% on an annual basis. You can start a SIP with an investment of a minimum of Rs 100. You can make a lumpsum investment of minimum of Rs 5000.

Since the scheme is benchmarked to Nifty BHARAT Bond April 2032 INR, the fund is subject to very high risk and it may witness volatility in the short term. Hence, an exchange-traded fund is more suitable for an investment horizon of more than 5 years. The BHARAT Bond ETF April 2032 (G) has an asset allocation of 0% in equity and equity equivalents and 0% in debt securities.

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