This blog will tell you all about the Nippon India Liquid Fund right from its investment objectives, past performance, and its current portfolio. Find out how you can invest in this fund using the Cube Wealth app.
April 16, 2021
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A liquid fund like Nippon India Liquid Fund falls under the category of debt funds. It generally invests in low-risk securities that include government bonds and commercial paper.
In this blog, we'll walk you through the facts of Nippon India Liquid Fund and how to invest in it using Cube Wealth with market-beating advice from Wealth First.
Note: Nippon India Liquid Fund is currently being recommended on the Cube Wealth app by our mutual fund advisor, Wealth First. To check the latest fund information download the Cube Wealth App.
What Is Nippon India Liquid Fund?
Nippon India Liquid Fund is an open-ended debt scheme that primarily invests in government bonds, commercial paper, Treasury bills, and other low-risk securities.
It is a low-risk investment that's ideal for the short term because its portfolio matures in 3 months. This simply means that the fund gets its principal amount back from its debt holdings in 3 months at the most.
Moreover, Nippon India Liquid Fund's top holdings are A1+ grade debt securities and sovereign bonds which means that they have strong creditworthiness.
The fund has historically generated better returns than the average bank savings account.
Note: Top 5 securities mentioned above are a part of the fund’s portfolio as of 15-04-2021. This information is subject to change at any time.
About The Nippon India Liquid Fund Team
Ms. Anju Chhajer has been managing Nippon India Liquid Fund since the 1st of October 2013. She is a Chartered Accountant and has a B.Com (H). She's had previous stints with National Insurance Company and D.C Dharewa & Co.
Wealth First handpicks and curates a list of mutual funds every month on the Cube Wealth app. Wealth First was founded in 2000 and has a track record of beating the market by ~50% over the past decade.
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