Indiabulls Mutual Fund is a registered & regulated entity. It is a Trust with Indiabulls Housing Finance Limited as the Sponsor and Indiabulls Trustee Company Ltd as the Trustee. It provides long and short-term equity and debt-based programmes.
Before we move to the list of MF schemes by Indiabulls Mutual Fund, let us understand the difference between equity, debt, and hybrid schemes.
Mutual funds can be generically classified into equity, debt, and hybrid.
A debt fund is a mutual fund that invests in debt securities and other debt-related instruments. A debt fund's investing goal is to provide consistent income while protecting the investor's capital.
An open-ended mutual fund that invests most of its investible capital in equities is known as an equity plan. Equity funds are further classified depending on market capitalisation, sectoral/thematic focus, and tax efficiency.
A hybrid fund is a mutual fund scheme that invests in equity and debt. Hybrid funds are further classified as either equity or debt oriented. Stock-oriented hybrid funds invest primarily in stock, whereas debt-oriented hybrid funds invest mainly in debt and debt-related instruments.
Let us have a look at the 5 Indiabulls Mutual Funds.
The information shared below is accurate as of May 2023.
The Indiabulls Equity Hybrid Fund is part of the Hybrid category. The minimum lump sum investment amount and SIP for Indiabulls Equity Hybrid Fund is INR 500.
NAV: INR 16.64
Fund size: INR 33.57 Cr
The fund's annualised returns over the last three and five years have been 22.58% and 9.38%, respectively. The Fund is part of the Indiabulls Mutual Funds Equity category.
Indiabulls Equity Hybrid Fund has a minimum investment of INR 500 for one-time investments and SIPs.
NAV: INR 34.90
Fund size: INR 94.45 Cr
The fund's annualised returns over the last three and five years have been 4.09% and 5.13%, respectively. The Indiabulls Liquid Direct Fund is a debt fund offered by Indiabulls Mutual Funds.
The Fund has a lump sum minimum of INR 500 and a SIP minimum of INR 500.
NAV: INR 2199.63
Fund size: INR 128.19 Cr
The fund's annualised returns over the last three and five years have been 4.85% and 5.94%, respectively. It is a debt fund offered by Indiabulls Mutual Funds.
The Fund requires a minimum of INR 500 for a single sum and SIP contributions.
NAV: INR 2031.02
Fund size: INR 7.29 Cr
The Indiabulls Overnight Fund falls under the Debt category. The lump sum minimum is INR 500, and the SIP minimum is also INR 500.
NAV: INR 1167.23
Fund size: INR 6.60 Cr
Mutual funds provide many investment options across equities shares, corporate bonds, government securities, and money market instruments, making them an excellent way for regular investors to participate in and benefit from capital market uptrends. Indiabulls Mutual Fund dabbles in a range of equity, debt, and hybrid schemes, providing investors with opportunities for capital growth and consistent income. For any questions or information about mutual funds, call the Indiabulls mutual fund customer care number, 1800 2666 002.
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To redeem Indiabulls Mutual Funds offline, complete a form at the local fund house. Alternatively, an investor can redeem the investment using Indiabulls mutual fund login. You can also withdraw money from any online portal where you have invested.
Disclaimer: The data and information provided in this blog do not constitute advice and shall not be relied upon by the user while making investment decisions. Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks. Read all scheme-related documents carefully. Past performance is not an indicator of future returns.