Mutual Funds: If you want to invest in mutual funds then you have an option There is also a hybrid fund. Hybrid fund is also a type of mutual fund that invests in multiple asset classes within a single fund. Depending on the type of fund, it can be a combination of two or more asset classes. These include equity, debt, gold and international equity in different proportions. There is little or no relationship between these asset classes.
Benefits of Hybrid Fund
The specialty of Hybrid Fund is that the fund’s money is invested in equity as well as debt assets. Sometimes the money of the fund is also invested in gold. Due to investment in different classes, investment in this gives the benefit of diversification. Suppose if the money invested in equity decreases or deteriorates according to the market environment, then the fund balance is done through money invested in debt and gold. Well, if the weakness in gold reduces the returns in the fund, then the balance is done through debt and equity. That is, the fund benefits by investing in different asset classes ie diversification.
There are six sub-categories of Hybrid Funds. Know about them:-
Aggressive Hybrid Fund
- consider it only if you can take more risk.
- 65-80% paisa equities (different categories of large-cap, mid-cap and small-cap) in this
- 20%-35% of the money is invested in fixed income instruments.
- For tenors of more than five years this category should be considered.
Conservative Hybrid Fund
- 10-25% of the money is invested in equities.
- The rest of the money is invested in debt instruments.
- Corporate and government bonds and non-debt instruments include -Converts convertible debentures.
- Debt investments are made to earn regular and stable income.
- Equity portfolio has the potential to generate better returns.
Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund
- It increases/decreases the allocation between Equity and Fixed Income based on certain pre-determined valuation parameters.
- These funds are based on market conditions as compared to Pure Equity Funds. Maintains balance between fixed income instruments.
- This fund takes advantage of the price differential of stocks on different exchanges or between two different markets (cash and derivatives markets).
- An arbitrage fund, with the benefit of equity taxation Short term surplus liquidity can be an investor’s choice to invest and earn good returns.
Multi Asset Allocation Fund
- The fund invests in at least three different assets with a minimum investment of 10% in each.
Equity Saving Fund
- This fund is a perfect mix of Equity, Debt and Arbitrage. An equity savings fund offers a great option by allocating a minimum of 65% in equity and arbitrage positions and the balance in fixed income instruments.
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