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MOSt Focused Dynamic Equity - Direct Plan – Annually Dividend - 12.0444MOSt Focused Dynamic Equity - Direct Plan – Quarterly Dividend - 12.1307MOSt Focused Dynamic Equity - Regular Plan – Annually Dividend - 11.8524MOSt Focused Dynamic Equity - Regular Plan – Quarterly Dividend - 11.9094MOSt Focused 25 Fund- Direct Plan (D) - 19.8159MOSt Focused 25 Fund- Direct Plan (G) - 23.5486MOSt Focused 25 Fund-(D) - 18.4539MOSt Focused 25 Fund-(G) - 22.0367MOSt Focused Long Term (D) - 17.7386MOSt Focused Long Term (G) - 18.3661MOSt Focused Long Term- Direct Plan(D) - 18.5219MOSt Focused Long Term- Direct Plan(G) - 19.1564MOSt Focused Midcap 30- Direct Plan(D) - 25.1998MOSt Focused Midcap 30- Direct Plan(G) - 28.6696MOSt Focused Midcap 30(D) - 23.9324MOSt Focused Midcap 30(G) - 27.3052MOSt Focused Multicap 35- Direct Plan(D) - 28.254MOSt Focused Multicap 35- Direct Plan(G) - 28.6025MOSt Focused Multicap 35(D) - 27.2367MOSt Focused Multicap 35(G) - 27.5839MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Fortnightly Dividend Option - 10.0027MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Monthly Dividend Option - 10.0178MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Quarterly Dividend Option - 10.0386MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Weekly Dividend Option - 10.0054MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Fortnightly Dividend Option - 10.0005MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan- Growth - 13.5757MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Daily Dividend Option - 10.0008MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan- Growth - 13.2447MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Daily Dividend Option - 10.0109MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Monthly Dividend Payout - 10.0172MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Quarterly Dividend Payout - 10.047MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Weekly Dividend Option - 10.0054Motilal Oswal Most Focused Dyn Eq Fund (G) - 12.1221Motilal Oswal Most Focused Dynamic Equity Fund-Dir (Div-A) - 12.3147

5 Key financial lessons to learn from Dussehra

Dussehra is celebrated to honour the victory of good over evil with much pomp and fervour. While Dussehra is a time when eternal hope rises in the good that exists in humanity, it also brings with itself some important lessons you can implement to your financial plans to have a better grip on your finances and plan for a better future. Read 5 Key financial lessons to learn from Dussehra here;

Destroy the evils on your wealth creation journey

The festival of Dussehra marks the victory of good over evil. During the Lanka war, Lord Rama and his army encountered various hardships to attain victory. Looking at the festival from a finance and investment perspective; the festival offers the vital lesson of ridding away all the causes that poses as a hurdle on our financial planning and wealth creation journey. Surmounting credit card debts, reckless expenditure, timing the market, booking losses amongst many other hurdles are the real enemies on our wealth creation journey

Live a disciplined life

The advocacy of ‘Dharma’ or righteousness by Lord Rama emphasized on the significance of being upright, responsible and disciplined in life. While on exile or during the Lanka war, Lord Rama did not deter living a life of frugality. You too can learn to live in less than what you earn. By saving wisely, spending cautiously and investing smartly; you can apply financial discipline to cater to your current and future needs as well as your family’s needs. One way of inculcating and nurturing financial discipline within you is by firmly following a financial plan, avoiding binge-spending at all costs and investing in a regular pattern; possibly in Mutual Funds via Systematic Investment Plan (SIP)

Lead a life of patience and perserverance

When Lord Rama along with Lakshmana and Sita were exiled to the woods for 14 years and was asked to live a simple life as opposed to the luxurious lifestyle of the royal palace; he accepted his fate and maintained composure. When Ravana abducted Sita and the Lanka war broke out; Lord Rama fought the war with patience and perseverance and never thought of giving up or looking for short-cuts. These two incidents in the Ramayana signify the importance of being patience and perseverant in the hardest of times. In your life too, you may face financial hardships or you may find it difficult to avoid unnecessary expenditure. As an investor, you may get impatient while watching your money grow or market ups and downs can test your patience to its extreme forcing you to quit investing any further and derail your from achieving your financial goals. Irrespective of the above mentioned incidents; you must be patient and perseverant at all times

Protecting your finances

The festival of Dussehra symbolizes the faith in defeating all forms of evil to protect humanity on Earth. By protecting or securing your finances, the message is to create a financially sound future and shun all evils that affect your financial wellbeing.  You could protect your hard-earned money from going waste by putting it to good use; in the form of investments or insurance plans. Also, maintaining a contingency fund that helps battle your emergency needs can also prevent you from using up your savings or taking loans

Cheers to new beginnings

The Lanka war of 14 days marked the defeat of evil and paved way to newer paths. Upon returning to Ayodhya with Lakshamana and Sita, Lord Rama was crowned as the King of Ayodhya and Vibhishana was crowned as the new king of Lanka. The events during the Lanka war and the subsequent victory of Lord Rama brought a new lease of life by starting afresh. Taking cue from this; it’s never too late to tread on a path of financial freedom. You can start by chalking out a financial plan that suits you the best. If you wish to achieve your financial goals, you can always invest in a Mutual Fund scheme that is aligned with your financial goals and matches your risk appetite

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Disclaimer:The information herein alone is not sufficient and should not be used for the development or implementation of an investment strategy and shall not constitute as an investment advice. MOAMC shall not be liable for any direct or indirect loss arising from the use of any information contained in this document. Readers shall be fully responsible for any decision taken on the basis of this document. Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.

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