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Nearly 70% of 254 PMS schemes outdid Nifty in 12 months, shows data

None of the schemes gave negative returns over a one-year period

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portfolio management services | Nifty 50 | PMS schemes

Ashley Coutinho  |  Mumbai 

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The top performers for March included Care PMS’ Growth Plus Value (13.5 per cent), Right Horizon’s Minerva India Underserved (11.4 per cent), and Abans Wealth and Investment Managers’ Smart Beta Portfolio (10.5 per cent)

Nearly 70 per cent of the 254 (PMS) schemes have beaten the Nifty50 index in the past year. The schemes returned 26.6 per cent, on average, compared to 18.8 per cent given by the benchmark.

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First Published: Sun, April 17 2022. 22:43 IST
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