How Small cap Funds beat Nifty : A complete analysis of Different charts and Fact sheet

1. Cumulative Performance Chart (%)
 
2. Discrete Bar Chart
 
3. FACT SHEET OF SMALL CAP INDEX
 
4. Interactive Performance chart
 
5. Distribution Chart Period Type 3 years
 
6. Ratio Table
 
7. Rolling Bar Chart
 
8. Systematic Investment plan ( SIP ) Chart for last 5 Years SIP of Rs. 50000/- p.m.
 
9. Regular Withdrawal chart

Initial Investment: 10000000.00

Data Frequency: Monthly

Withdrawals Date: 10th of the Month

Withdrawals Amount: 100000.00 Monthly For 5 years

Data Frequency: Monthly

Withdrawals Date: 10th of the Month

Withdrawals Amount: 100000.00 Monthly For 5 years

10. Static Scatter Chart
 

Cumulative Performance Chart  (%)

Cumulative Performance (%) Cumulative PerformanceDiscrete Bar Chart

Discrete Bar Chart

FACT SHEET OF SMALL CAP INDEX

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Interactive Performance chartInteractive Performance chart 1Distribution Chart Period Type 3 years

Distribution Chart Period Type 3 years

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Ratio TableRatio TableRolling Bar Chart

Rolling Bar Chart

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Systematic Investment plan ( SIP ) Chart for last 5 Years SIP of Rs. 50000/- p.m.

SIP CHART 4Regular Withdrawal chart

Initial Investment: 10000000.00

Data Frequency: Monthly

Withdrawals Date: 10th of the Month

Withdrawals Amount: 100000.00 Monthly For 5 years

Data Frequency: Monthly

Withdrawals Date: 10th of the Month

Withdrawals Amount: 100000.00 Monthly For 5 years

 

Regular withdrwal chart 2Static Scatter Chart

Static Scatter Chart

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Past performance of fund does not guarantee the future returns

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