What makes Reliance Mutual Fund one of its kind?

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Reliance Group is not only ruling the nation but has marked its name in the world by providing unique products. The company has become the first Indian company that has crosses ₹6 trillion market capitalization. Talking about the investment sector, the mutual fund company offers a wide range of funds to help you build a corpus and fulfill your financial desires.

Reliance Mutual Funds have helped millions achieve their financial goals and continuous to do so. The performance of the fund has been above expectations and now that the market is totally ruled by Reliance Industries, who would not want to invest? Have a look at the simplest form of investment and the types of funds available at the company wherein you can invest.

How to Invest in Reliance Mutual Fund through SIP?

Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) is by far the simplest form of investment which does not ask for a regular involvement. The investment can be started with just ₹500 and can be changed with time. The profitability would depend on the term period for which the investment has been done. Also, creating a suitable and achievable portfolio is the basic requirement.

Debt Funds

Below is the list of funds that are majorly invested in debt-market instruments like bonds, government securities, debentures, etc.:

  • Reliance Floating Rate Fund – Short Term Plan
  • Reliance Money Manager Fund
  • Reliance MEDIUM TERM FUND
  • Reliance Short Term Fund
  • Reliance Regular Savings Fund – Debt option
  • Reliance Income Fund
  • Reliance Gilt Securities Fund
  • Reliance Monthly Income Plan
  • Reliance Banking & PSU Debt Fund

Equity Funds

The benefit of investing in equity funds is that there is comparatively higher return. Here are the names of the funds:

  • Reliance Vision Fund
  • Reliance Top 200 Fund
  • Reliance Quant Plus Fund
  • Reliance NRI Equity Fund
  • Reliance Focused Large Cap Fund
  • Reliance Index Fund – Nifty plan
  • Reliance Index Fund – Sensex Plan
  • Reliance Growth Fund
  • Reliance Mid & Small Cap Fund
  • Reliance Small Cap Fund
  • Reliance Regular Savings Fund – Equity option
  • Reliance Equity Opportunities Fund
  • Reliance Banking Fund
  • Reliance Diversified Power Sector Fund
  • Reliance Pharma Fund
  • Reliance Media & Entertainment Fund
  • Reliance Tax Saver (ELSS) Fund
  • Reliance ETF Nifty 100 (formerly known as R*Shares CNX 100 ETF)
  • Reliance ETF Dividend Opportunities (formerly known as R*Shares Dividend Opportunities ETF)
  • Reliance ETF Consumption (formerly known as R*Shares Consumption ETF)
  • Reliance Regular Savings Fund – Balanced option
  • Reliance Arbitrage Advantage Fund
  • Reliance Japan Equity Fund
  • Reliance ETF Sensex (formerly known as R*Shares Sensex ETF)
  • Reliance Equity Savings Fund
  • Reliance ETF NV20 (formerly known as R*Shares NV20 ETF)
  • Reliance US Equity Opportunities Fund
  • Reliance ETF Long Term Gilt (formerly known as R* Shares Long Term Gilt ETF)
  • CPSE-ETF
  • Reliance ETF Gold BeES (formerly known as R*Shares Gold BeES)
  • Reliance ETF Bank BeES (formerly known as R*Shares Bank BeES)
  • Reliance ETF PSU Bank BeES (formerly known as R*Shares PSU Bank BeES)
  • Reliance ETF Shariah BeES (formerly known as R*Shares Shariah BeES)
  • Reliance ETF Infra BeES (formerly known as R*Shares Infra BeES)
  • Reliance ETF Junior BeES (formerly known as R*Shares Junior BeES)
  • Reliance ETF Hang Seng BeES (formerly known as R*Shares Hang Seng BeES)
  • Reliance ETF Liquid BeES (formerly known as R*Shares Liquid BeES)
  • Reliance ETF Nifty BeES (formerly known as R*Shares Nifty BeES)

Liquid Funds

The funds mentioned-below broadly invest in short-term or very short-term securities with a residual maturity of up to 91 days such as Treasury bills, Commercial Papers, etc.

  • Reliance Liquidity Fund
  • Reliance Liquid Fund – Cash Plan
  • Reliance Liquid Fund – Treasury Plan

Gold Funds

The understated fund aims at generating returns that closely correspond to the returns utilized by the price of gold through investment in physical gold.

  • Reliance Gold Savings Fund

Retirement Fund-Equity & Debt

The purpose of these funds is to offer capital growth and continual income to the investors. The funds help the investors in planning for their retirement by investing in a combination of securities, comprised of equity, equity related securities and fixed income instruments. Have a look at the two schemes under this fund:

  • Reliance Retirement Fund- Wealth Creation Scheme
  • Reliance Retirement Fund-Income Generation Scheme

 

Disclaimer- Mutual Funds are subject to market risks. Please read the scheme related documents carefully before investing.

Srishti Singh is a professional financial writer who has written on various financial products like personal loans, home loans, credit cards & mutual fund investment, etc. She believes in delivering best of her knowledge so as to help the readers understand the product and be aware of their financial decisions.

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