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Shows the higher return generating ability of the fund relative to its peers

Shows the relative safety of the fund in terms of return volatility

The scheme seeks to provide returns that, before expenses, closely correspond to the total returns of the securities as represented by the underlying index, subject to tracking error.

ago in this fund, its present value would have been Rs

UTI Nifty Exchange Traded Fund-Dividend: Comparative Analysis

Difference between Fund & Category Avg Return

* Returns less then 1 year are absolute and above 1 year are annualised

UTI Nifty Exchange Traded Fund-Dividend: Top 10 Holdings

This matrix shows the investment style that the fund manager is following to manage the funds portfolio.

, the horizontal axis shows the Valuation of the fund and the vertical axis shows the market capitalization. Valuation of the fund is subdivided into Growth, Value or Blend categories. Growth stocks are those that are expected to grow at a pace that outweighs the average market growth rate. However, these stocks are not cheap and are normally available at a price higher than its intrinsic value. Value stocks are those that are available at a price lower than their intrinsic values but have the potential to unlock value in the long run. Blended style of investing is a mix of growth and value style of investing.Market capitalization is subdivided into Large cap, Midcap and Small cap.

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For computing ratios, monthly returns for 3 years is taken in the case of Equity and Hybrid funds and weekly returns for 1.5 years is taken in the case of Debt funds.

Average return generated by the fund during a specified period of time.

Deviation of the funds return around mean.

It is a risk adjusted performance measure. A fund with a higher Sharpe ratio is considered better than a fund with a lower Sharpe ratio.

Measures a fund managers ability to generate risk adjusted excess returns relative to a benchmark. Fund with higher IR is preferred.

It is a 5 by 5 matrix constructed using the Value Research Fund Risk Grade and the Return Grade.

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