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These 3 Dynamic Asset Allocation Funds Has Given Over 52% Returns In 3 Years

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Dynamic Asset Allocation or Balanced Advantage funds invest in a variety of assets, including equities, debt, and arbitrage possibilities. These funds determine their equity exposure based on important market ratios or internal characteristics.

 

Here, we have given details of three top-performing dynamic asset allocation funds. These three funds have offered good returns and could be considered for investment in 2022. All these 3 funds are open-ended medium size funds of category. Also, these funds are rated highly risky for investment.

HDFC Balanced Advantage Fund - Direct Plan-Growth

HDFC Balanced Advantage Fund - Direct Plan-Growth

This Dynamic Asset Allocation mutual fund scheme was launched on 11 September 2000 by the HDFC Mutual Fund. This fund has been rated 4-star by the rating agency CRISIL.

The Asset Under Management (AUM) of this fund is Rs 43051.83 crore. The Net Asset Value (NAV) as of April 22, 2022, is Rs 312.24. The fund has an expense ratio of 1.03%, which is less than its category average expense ratio.

The fund has 68.62% investment in equities of which 51.79% is in large-cap stocks, 7.08% is in mid-cap stocks, and 6.38% in small-cap stocks. It has 15.74% investment in Debt of which 8.82% in Government securities, and 6.92% in funds invested in very low-risk securities. 

The fund's equity portion is primarily invested in the Financial, Energy, Construction, Materials, and Consumer Staples sectors. The debt portion of the fund has low credit quality indicating the quality of borrowers it has lent it to is not too great.

The minimum investment required for lump sum payment is Rs 5000 and for SIP is Rs 500. This fund has no lock-in period. However, if it's for units in excess of 15% of the investment,1% will be charged for redemption within 365 days. 

Annualised Returns

1 Year2 Year3 Year5-YearSince Inception
28.96%36.93%15.02%13.73%13.66%
Baroda BNP Paribas Balanced Advantage Fund - Direct-Growth
 

Baroda BNP Paribas Balanced Advantage Fund - Direct-Growth

This Dynamic Asset Allocation mutual fund scheme was launched on 14th November 2018 by the Baroda BNP Paribas Mutual Fund.

The AUM of this fund is Rs 3164.01 crore. The NAV as of April 22, 2022, is Rs 16.8245. The fund has an expense ratio of 0.59%, which is less than its category average expense ratio.

The minimum investment required for lump sum payment is Rs 5000 and for SIP is Rs 500. This fund has no lock-in period. However, it charges 1% exit charges on redemption of units in excess of 10% of the investment within 365 days.

The fund has 65.42% investment in equities of which 41.54% is in large-cap stocks, 9.12% is in mid-cap stocks, and 7.89% in small-cap stocks. It has 27.49% investment in Debt of which 8.25% in Government securities, and 19.24% in funds invested in very low-risk securities. 

The fund's equity portion is primarily invested in the Financial, Technology, Energy, Services, and Healthcare sectors. The debt portion of the fund has low credit quality indicating the quality of borrowers it has lent it to is not too great.

Annualised Returns

1 Year2 Year3 YearSince Inception
13.14%26.10%16.56%16.32%
  Edelweiss Balanced Advantage Fund - Direct Plan-Growth

Edelweiss Balanced Advantage Fund - Direct Plan-Growth

This Dynamic Asset Allocation mutual fund scheme was launched on 20th August 2009 by the Edelweiss Mutual Fund.

This fund has Rs 7842.7 crore worth of AUM. The NAV as of April 22, 2022, is Rs 38.8. It has an expense ratio of 0.45%, which is less than its category average expense ratio.

The minimum investment amount required for a lump-sum payment for this fund is Rs 5000 and for SIP is Rs 500. This fund has no lock-in period. For units in excess of 10% of the investment,1% will be charged for redemption within 365 days 

The fund has 78.22% investment in equities of which 53.15% is in large-cap stocks, 7.99% is in mid-cap stocks, and 9.86% in small-cap stocks. It has 18.62% investment in Debt of which 12.28% in Government securities, and 6.34% in funds invested in very low-risk securities. 

The fund's equity portion is primarily invested in the Financial, Technology, Automobile, Energy, Consumer Staples sectors. The debt portion of the fund has low credit quality indicating the quality of borrowers it has lent it to is not too great.

Annualised Returns

1 Year2 Year3 Year5-YearSince Inception
14.89%25.33%16.48%13.22%12.81%

Disclaimers

Mutual fund investments are subject to market risk. Read all scheme-related documents, and Terms and Conditions carefully before investing. The above-mentioned information is purely informational and doesn't guarantee any return. The Greynium Information Technologies and the Author are not liable for any losses caused as a result of a decision based on the article.

Read more about: hdfc mutual funds edelweiss sip
Story first published: Saturday, April 23, 2022, 15:20 [IST]
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