Best ETF of India

#1
Hi,

(It's been a long time since i'm writing again. Although I just withdraw on jan 6th . just 3-4 days before the bear jumped on the bull. Although i bought the RNRL at 158 later on but i have a projection of at least one year and i'm still collecting).

I shall be thankful to ACHLME if he throws some light to on the best ETF of india as of today and why ? As my knowledge is not much on that i shall be thankful if someone provide the knowledge on the technical ground with some examples and data.

Regards to all members

Hojintao
 
#2
Hi,

(It's been a long time since i'm writing again. Although I just withdraw on jan 6th . just 3-4 days before the bear jumped on the bull. Although i bought the RNRL at 158 later on but i have a projection of at least one year and i'm still collecting).

I shall be thankful to ACHLME if he throws some light to on the best ETF of india as of today and why ? As my knowledge is not much on that i shall be thankful if someone provide the knowledge on the technical ground with some examples and data.

Regards to all members

Hojintao
What does "Best ETF" mean? There are different ETF's investing in different things.
How can you compare a Gold ETF with a Nifty Index ETF?
 
#3
well with due respect , I said in the question. I don't have much knowledge on ETF and in the current scenario i want to know about it. Whether it is Gold ETF with a Nifty Index ETF . i just want to know how may ETF's are currently there and which one is the best according to the current market scenario ?

Any info on the above is requested.

regards to all members

Hojintao
 
#4
Top ETFs cannot be determined as the word "Top" is dubious.

With respect to ETFs the ones from Benchmark AMC are long time performers with pretty low cost and low tracking errors.

The major ETFs of this AMC are :

Nifty BeES ( Tracking the Nifty50)
Last 3 yrs returns of 31.59% against 30.28% of Nifty50 ( Compounded Annually)


Banking BeES ( Tracking the Bank Nifty)
Last 1 yr returns of 41.77% against 30.34% of Nifty50

Gold Benchmark ETF ( Gold ETF)
Return Since Launch ( FEB 2007) of 38.40%
 
#5
well with due respect , I said in the question. I don't have much knowledge on ETF and in the current scenario i want to know about it. Whether it is Gold ETF with a Nifty Index ETF . i just want to know how may ETF's are currently there and which one is the best according to the current market scenario ?
With all due respect your question makes no sense at all - atleast to me.
It's like asking which is the best product available at Shopper's Stop?
 

man4urheart

Well-known member
#7
There are hardly any ETF's in India.

Here is the list of ETF's listed on the NSE....only 12.

3 are based on the banking sector and 5 on gold.

3 are based on broader indices.

1 is a money-market fund.
The three broader indices, seems very liquid form the charts as volume is quite good for Benchmark ETF?

Alchemist is it good to invest in them. I saw a lot of comments from your end about liquidity concerns.

I can manage for 1% error and might sell at 2-3 % lower price if fund is illiquid.

But isn't that better to invest there rather than focusing on individual stocks.

I get less time now days to follow individual stocks, that is reason you can see my portfolio has 2 positions.
- Goldbees
- infosys

I was wondering it is better to chart on these 3 ETF and take positions on overall markets, that will diversify me automatically and save time also!

Am i on right thinking path?:hmmmm2:
 
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#8
Has to be Gold BeES.

I had made in an investment almost a year back and the returns I have got are just incomparable to what I would have got had I invested in any other ETF in India. So I think Gold BeES is the best exchange traded fund there is :).
 

Atiker

Active member
#10
Has to be Gold BeES.
I had made in an investment almost a year back and the returns i have got are just incomparable to what i would have got had i invested in any other ETF in India. So i think Gold BeES is the best Exchange traded fund there is :)
Nope, don't compare apples with oranges.
All gold ETF have given the same returns.
 
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