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When are Units for my Investments allotted?
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Mutual Fund Portfolio is a summarized view of all your investments in Mutual Fund Schemes other than Schemes with Instant Redemption facility.
It usually takes 2-3 business days for the AMC to allot units against your investment after receiving the payment. Once the units are allocated, they will reflect in your Mutual Fund portfolio.
Usually NAV of all Mutual Fund schemes are released by 9pm after every trading day. We update your portfolio as soon as we receive the latest NAV from AMCs. For easy reference, you will always see the last updated timestamp against your Mutual Fund Portfolio.
Usually it takes 2-3 business days for AMCs after you make the investment depending on the type of Mutual Fund you invest in. This is subject to realization of Funds by the AMCs.
Both Indiafundbazaar and the AMC will send you confirmations for your transactions. You will see this reflecting in your Portfolio on Indiafundbazaar as soon as the transaction is confirmed to us by AMC.
Instant Redemption Portfolio comprises of your investments made in Instant Redemption Funds. In such schemes you can withdraw up to ₹50,000 directly into your Bank Account, on any day, without any exit load. This amount is withdrawn instantly and reflects in your Bank Account within few minutes, while the rest of the amount is deposited to your Bank Account in the next 2 days.
Instant Redemption funds are an ideal place to park your idle money as they earn more than your Savings Bank (3.5% p.a.).
Absolute Return is a measure of your total gain/loss as compared to your total investment amount. Absolute return rate is calculated irrespective of the time period for which the investments are held.
CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) is the average annual growth rate of an investment over a variable period of time. This return rate (CAGR) is comparable to Savings Bank and Fixed Deposit Annual interest rates for one-time investments.
XIRR (Extended Internal Rate of Return) is the best indicator of Mutual Fund Returns when you have an SIP running in that scheme or have made multiple lump sum investments and withdrawals.