Eight of 10 net SIP investments go into active equity schemes: Amfi data

Debt schemes account for 2% of the net inflows, passive schemes 8%

hybrid funds

Investment advisors recommend the SIP route for investment in volatile asset classes to maximise the benefit of rupee cost averaging

Abhishek Kumar Mumbai
Hybrid and passive funds gained a lot of traction in the past two years owing to their advantages vis-a-vis active equity schemes, but are yet to emerge as competition to active equity funds when it comes to systematic investing. 

An analysis of systematic investment plan (SIP) data shows that over 80 per cent of the net SIP inflows went to active equity schemes in September compared to only 6 per cent in passive schemes and 8 per cent in hybrid.

Debt schemes accounted for only 2 per cent of the net SIP inflows in September.

First Published: Nov 01 2022 | 5:19 PM IST

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