Aditya Birla Sun Life Gennext Fund-growth

Equity Create Wealth
Thematic Fund - Other
Category Rank
Aditya Birla Sun Life Gennext Fund-growth
Rating
Fund
Time to Invest
Aditya Birla Sun Life Gennext Fund-growth
NAV
79.89
(19/09/2019)
L 52Wk H
71.44
84.85
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Aditya Birla Sun Life Gennext Fund-growth

Equity
Thematic Fund - Other
Create Wealth
Rank Aditya Birla Sun Life Gennext Fund-growth
Fund
NAV
79.89
(19/09/2019)
Time to Invest
Aditya Birla Sun Life Gennext Fund-growth
Rating
L 52Wk H
71.44
84.85

Margin of Safety

(19/09/2019)
109.00
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SAMCO'S Margin of Safety Index

Warren Buffett said, “The three most important words in investing are margin of safety.”

The Margin of safety principle is a principle widely advocated by the World’s most famous investors Warren Buffett and Benjamin Graham and Mr. Buffett has also called the principle one of the “cornerstones of investing.”

The RankMF MosDex uses qualitative and quantitative paramaters to determine a scheme’s intrinsic value. The scheme NAV is used as a reference point to compare if the margin of safety is high or low. The MosDex is used for triggers under the SmartSIP product.

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Latest Margin of Safety Value for Aditya Birla Sun Life Gennext Fund-growth is 109.00

This indicates that the margin of safety of the scheme is High i.e. value of the components of the scheme exceeds the price paid for

Signal is Increase investments in Equity Scheme

Note: Please note that though the margin of safety is high since the fund is relatively undervalued, however, the fund is a fundamentally lower rated scheme since the stocks as a part of the scheme are of relatively higher risk in nature. RankMF research recommends investors to avoid generally low rated schemes even though they may be relatively low priced.

Historical MosDex Values of Aditya Birla Sun Life Gennext Fund-growth