|ICICI Prudential Banking and Financial Services Fund||1.85%||16.56%||27.15%||18.96%|
|State Bank of India||Financial||6.34|
|Bank of Baroda||Financial||2.89|
|South Indian Bank||Financial||2.69|
|Karur Vysya Bank||Financial||2.69|
|LIC Housing Fin.||Financial||2.45|
|ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Co. Ltd.||Financial||2.31|
|Max Financial Services||Financial||2.10|
|M&M Financial Services||Financial||1.53|
|Union Bank of India||Financial||1.52|
It is a statistical measure of how much the returns of a fund varied from the mean return of the fund. A mutual fund with a high standard deviation implies that the range of performance is wide, indicating higher volatility.
It is a measure of an investment’s volatility with respect to the market. A beta of less than 1 means the security is less volatile than the market, and vice versa.
|Sharpe ratio |
It is a measure of returns the fund generated per unit of risk. Higher the Sharpe Ratio, better the scheme is considered to be. Care should be taken to do Sharpe Ratio comparisons between comparable schemes only.
|Expense Ratio |
This is the reduction in the value that the AMC charges from the direct mutual fund units
|Exit Load |
It is the transaction charges that AMCs charge when you want to exit a scheme. Most Schemes only charge a load in case of withdrawal within the first year after investment.
|1% for redemption within 365 days|
Assets under management refers to the total updated market value of investments managed by a mutual fund or any investment firm.
This is the category of the scheme in consideration. This can be equity, debt and hybrid. You can know more by clicking here
|Launch Date||Aug. 25, 2008|