Monday, November 26, 2007

Comparison Chart of ETFs in India

The Scott Adams unified theory says that invest 70% of your money in a stock index fund and 30% in a bond fund through any discount broker and never touch it until retirement. Let's check out some important data on expenses and return for the ETFs available in India

ETF Report as on November 24, 2007

Scheme Name

NAV (23-Nov-2007)

Expense Ratio (30-09-07)

Simple Annualised Return (%)

1 Year

3 Years

Since Inception

Bank BeES

899.50

0.55

44.5

69.2

72.9

Gold BeES

1043.49

1

--

--

14.5

ICICI SENSEX Prudential ETF

192.92

0.8

37.4

71.2

97.4

Junior BeES

111.39

1

54.8

63.1

110.2

Kotak Gold ETF

1046.57

--

--

--

53.1

Liquid BeES

1000.00

0.7

0.0

0.0

0.0

Nifty BeES

567.06

0.8

40.8

64.5

75.0

PSU Bank BeES

293.74

--

--

--

34522.1

Reliance Gold ETF - Dividend

1039.70

--

--

--

15590.5

Reliance Gold ETF - Growth

--

--

--

--

--

UTI's SUNDER

575.53

0.5

43.5

66.3

108.5

UTI Gold ETF

1045.28

--

--

--

6.6

Indices

S&P Nifty

5608.60

42.1

64.9

BSE Sensex

18852.87

37.7

70.8

Crisil Liquid Fund Index

1348.40

7.3

6.3

BSE PSU

9502.09

51.2

48.2

CNX Nifty Junior

10949.10

55.0

62.5

Source and thanks to Sunita Pawar, Customer Care Manager, Bench Mark Mutual Funds for the immediate response to our email
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