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  • High Risk Mutual Funds

  • High-risk mutual funds refer to funds that have excellent potential and the ability to provide high returns. However, these funds are very volatile in nature and come with high risks. When you take such a high-risk mutual fund, you will be required to actively and thoroughly review the performance of these funds from time to time. This will help you be aware of how your fund is doing in the market.

    These high-risk mutual funds typically provide great dividends to an investor. If you are someone who is willing to take a high risk in order to receive good returns, then you can choose such a fund.

    Top high-risk mutual funds

    Top high-risk tax planning mutual funds

    • Escorts Tax Plan Direct-G
    • Aditya Birla SL Tax Plan Direct-G
    • DSP BlackRock Tax Saver Fund - Direct Plan
    • Aditya Birla Sun Life Tax Relief 96 - Direct Plan
    • Tata India Tax Savings Fund - Direct Plan
    • L&T Tax Advantage Direct-G
    • IDFC Tax Advantage (ELSS) Fund - Regular Plan
    • BOI AXA Tax Advantage Fund - Direct Plan
    • Escorts Tax Plan - G
    • L&T Long Term Advantage Fund I - G

    Top high-risk equity large cap mutual funds

    • ICICI Pru Advisor-Very Aggressive-G
    • DSP BlackRock Focus 25 Fund - Direct Plan – G
    • Mirae Asset India Opportunities Direct-G
    • SBI Bluechip Direct-G
    • Motilal Oswal MOSt Focused 25 Direct-G
    • Aditya Birla SL Top 100 Direct-G
    • Invesco India Growth Direct-G
    • Mirae Asset India Opportunities Regular-G
    • IDFC Focused Equity Direct-G
    • Kotak Classic Equity Direct-G

    Top high-risk equity infrastructure mutual funds

    • L&T Infrastructure-G
    • Kotak Infra and Eco Reform Direct-G
    • Franklin Build India Direct-G
    • IDFC Infrastructure Direct-G
    • Kotak Infra and Eco Reform Standard-G
    • Sahara Infrastructure Variable Pricing Direct-G
    • Aditya Birla SL Infrastructure-G
    • Sahara Infrastructure Fixed Pricing-G
    • DSPBR T.I.G.E.R. Direct-G
    • Franklin Build India-G

    Top high-risk credit opportunities mutual funds

    • Principal Credit Opportunities Direct-G
    • DSP BlackRock Income Opportunities Fund - Direct Plan
    • Reliance Regular Savings Debt Direct-G
    • DHFL Pramerica Credit Opportunities Direct-G
    • UTI Income Opportunities Direct-G
    • IDBI Corporate Debt Opportunities Direct-G
    • Franklin India Dynamic Accrual Direct-G
    • Kotak Income Opportunities Direct-G
    • Invesco India Corporate Bond Opportunities Direct –G
    • SBI Corporate Bond Direct-G

    Top high-risk debt long-term income mutual funds

    • Invesco India Medium Term Bond Direct-G
    • Edelweiss Banking and PSU Debt Direct-G
    • Kotak Medium Term Direct-G
    • DSP BlackRock Bond Fund - Direct Plan – G
    • BNP Paribas Medium Term Income Direct-G
    • Edelweiss Banking and PSU Debt Reg-G
    • Kotak Corporate Bond Standard-G
    • HDFC Medium Term Opportunities Direct-G
    • Franklin India Inc Builder A Direct-G
    • DHFL Pramerica Banking & PSU Debt Direct-G

    Top high-risk debt-oriented aggressive mutual funds

    • Aditya Birla SL MIP II Wealth 25 Direct-G
    • IDFC Asset Allocation Moderate Direct-G
    • Tata Retirement Savings Conservative Direct-G
    • ICICI Pru Capital Protection Oriented Ser V Plan A Direct-G
    • Axis Income Saver Direct-G
    • Franklin India Life Stage FoF 40s Direct-G
    • ICICI Pru Capital Protection Oriented Ser IV Plan A Direct-G
    • Franklin India Life Stage FoF 40s Direct-G
    • ICICI Pru Multiple Yield Sr 6 C Direct-G
    • DHFL Pramerica Income Advantage Direct-G

    Disclaimer: Mutual Fund investments can be subject to market risks. Any mutual fund listed in the article does not guarantee fund performance or its underlying creditworthiness. We have compiled a list of the top high-risk mutual funds according to specific categories which include tax planning mutual funds, equity large cap mutual funds, credit opportunities mutual funds, and debt long-term income mutual funds. The only factor taken into consideration for this list is the nature of high risk associated with each fund. The results may vary when other factors are considered.

    News About High Risk Mutual Funds

    • On Tuesday while Frontline indices were flat Tata Steel stood as the top gainer

      In the latest stock market update, while the frontline indices were flat, metals and media received heavy buying. The PSU bank stocks declined the most and the PSU Bank index dropped by 2.14% and finally settles at 3,252. Tata Steel stood as the highest gainer as it was up by 3.61%. Contrarily, S&P BSE Sensex stood was down by 26 points at 37,665. The worst straggler was Adani Ports which was down by 6.49%. NSE’s Nifty50 achieved 2.35 points or 0.02%, to settle at 11,389. JK Paper, International Paper, Adani Green Energy, and Havells India are a few from the 15 stocks that went into the overbought zone. However, the Windsor Machines came under the oversold category.

      9 August 2018

    • Asset base of mutual funds soar by 20% in April to June quarter to reach Rs.23.4 trillion

      The asset base of mutual funds leapt to Rs.23.4 trillion the period April to June 2017. The asset base showed a surge of 20% over the previous year driven by enthusiastic investor awareness campaign organised by the industry and the partaking of retail investors. In the previous quarter, the industry’s asset base just showed a growth of 1.5% recorded on a quarterly basis and comprised of 42 fund houses. As per the data released by the Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI), the industry's asset base was Rs.23.05 trillion during the quarter.

      For the period April to June 2017, the collective asset base of all the fund houses was recorded at Rs.19.52 trillion. As per fund experts, the year-on-year growth is attributed to the strong engagement of retail investors, especially from smaller towns. Of the 42 mutual fund players, as much as 33 of them saw their asset base grow during the aforementioned period.

      5 July 2018

    • BSE Reveals India’s Biggest Mutual Fund Distributor

      The CEO and Managing Director of BSE, Ashish Kumar Chauhan, recently revealed that the Star MF platform is one of India’s biggest distributor of mutual funds. The Star MF platform current consists 37 asset management companies, according to Mr Chauhan. He added that the main focus will remain on compliance, further revealing that there are exchange plans to venture into insurance distribution in collaboration with an American company called EBIX, and that an application has been made to the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India.

      22 June 2018

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