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Franklin India Life Stage Fund Of Funds The 50S Plus Floating Rate Plan Direct Growth

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previously known as FT India Life Stage FoF 50s + FRP Dir Gr until

NAV on September 20, 2021
Category Allocation:
Fund of Funds
Investment StyleBox
Large Blend

Interest rate sensitivity
Credit quality
N/A

Total Assets 20 cr
Turnover Ratio 14.67%
Expense Ratio 0.20%
Exit Load 1.00%if redeemed within
1 Years
0.00%if redeemed after 1 Years
Returns
  • 1M: 1.31%
  • 1Y: 14.41%
  • 3M: 2.55%
  • 3Y: 8.66%
  • 6M: 5.09%
  • 5Y: 8.28%
Min Investment 5,000
ADDITIONAL INFO
Fund Manager Paul Parampreet (Since over 3 years)
ISIN INF090I01JO7
Fund Family Franklin Templeton
P/E Ratio 15.72
P/B Ratio 2.23
Launch Date January 01, 2013
Benchmark

CRISIL Liquid Fund TR INR

S&P BSE SENSEX TR INR

Avg. Maturity 0.41 years
Yield To Maturity (%) -
ASSET ALLOCATION
EQUITY DISTRIBUTION
CREDIT QUALITY (%)
AAA 100.00%
AA 0.00%
A 0.00%
BBB 0.00%
BB 0.00%
B 0.00%
Below B 0.00%
Unrated 0.00%
SECTOR WEIGHTINGS (%)
Financial 35.84%
Industrial 8.39%
Technology 8.3%
Basic Materials 9.91%
Consumer Cyclical 5.98%
Utilities Services 10.21%
Healthcare Services 5.57%
Energy Services 6.49%
Communication Services 5.91%
Consumer Defensive 3.42%
Real Estate 0.00%
RISK MEASURES (3 yrs)
vs CRISIL Liquid Fund TR INR S&P BSE SENSEX TR INR

Alpha -
Beta -
R-Squared -
Info Ratio -
Tracking Err -
Sortino 0.998
Sharpe 0.683
Std Dev 4.565
Risk Below Average
INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE

The primary objective is to generate superior risk adjusted returns to investors in line with their chosen asset allocation.

You will not receive any dividends. Your investments will get the largest benefit of compounding.

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Top Fund Of Funds Funds
NAME LATEST
NAV
RETURNS
1y      
FUND
ASSETS
EXPENSE
RATIO
RISK
59.608 37.56% 20 cr 0.70% Above Average
36.504 6.81% 189 cr 0.47% Below Average
36.447 5.50% 161 cr 0.15% Average


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