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Sectoral / thematic - special situations funds provides inflation beating growth over the long term and is suitable for investment objectives with duration of 10-15 years or longer (minimum 5 years).
8 Years. The Fund has Sufficient history for analysis and the track record is good.
520 Cr. Medium within the category
Positive. The category has a positive investment outlook
Consistency Of Performance
Relatively moderate. The historical performance of the fund has been OK
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NAV (Jun 24)
6 Month CAGR
To seek to generate long-term capital appreciation from a diversiﬁed portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related securities,including equity derivatives,in the Indian market with focus on riding business cycles through dynamic allocation between various sectors and stocks at different stages of business cycles in the economy.There is no assurance that the investment objective of the scheme will be realized.
Launched (8y ago)
Aug 20, 2014
AUM in Crores
S&P BSE 500 India TR INR
with step up of
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L&T Investment Management Ltd
L&T Investment Management Ltd manages assets worth 74,382 crores and was set up on 25 April 1996. It's current offering of mutual fund schemes includes 36 equity,71 debt and 24 hybrid funds.
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L&T Business Cycles fund (G) is a Sectoral / Thematic - Special Situations Equity fund and has delivered an annualised return of 9.5% over a period of 7 years. The fund is managed by L&T Investment Management Ltd. The fund managers are Cheenu Gupta, Sonal Gupta, Venugopal Manghat.
Nav of L&T Business Cycles fund (G) as of 6/24/2022 is ₹20.33 with the total AUM as of 6/26/2022 is ₹519.425. With Scripbox you can compare and check the latest nav for all mutual funds in India. L&T Business Cycles fund (G) was launched on Aug 20, 2014. The category risk of the fund is Very High Risk.
The minimum SIP amount for L&T Business Cycles fund (G) is ₹1000 and you can increase this in multiples of ₹100. In case you want to invest a lump sum, the minimum amount to be invested is ₹5000. Check your estimated returns on mutual funds by using sip calculator.
L&T Business Cycles fund (G) is meant for investors with a minimum investment horizon of 5-7 years. Due to the asset class nature, expect volatility in your investments over the short term. The fund is benchmarked to S&P BSE 500 India TR INR.
L&T Business Cycles fund (G) is rated as a 2 fund in Equity and delivered -0.3% returns in the last 1 year. Scripbox provides a compare mutual funds research tool to view a detailed comparison with L&T Business Cycles fund (G).
What is L&T Business Cycles fund (G)?
How to invest in L&T Business Cycles fund (G)?
You can invest in L&T Business Cycles fund (G) through AMC, intermediaries, brokers or platforms like Scripbox. To learn step by step process visit how to invest in mutual funds?
What is the minimum sip amount of L&T Business Cycles fund (G)?
The minimum sip amount for L&T Business Cycles fund (G) is ₹1000. You can invest in multiples of ₹5000.
Is L&T Business Cycles fund (G) good to invest in?
As per Scripbox experts, L&T Business Cycles fund (G) is a Neutral fund. You can investL&T Business Cycles fund (G) fund if its investment objective and risk-o-meter matches your investment goals and risk preferences.
What is the expense ratio of the L&T Business Cycles fund (G)?
The expense ratio of the L&T Business Cycles fund (G) is 2.55% for regular plan.