Motilal Oswal Asset Management Company Ltd. (MOAMC) is a public limited company incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956 on November 14, 2008, having its Registered Office at 10th Floor, Motilal Oswal Tower, Rahimtullah Sayani Road, Opposite Parel ST Depot, Prabhadevi, Mumbai - 400025.
Motilal Oswal Asset Management Company Ltd. has been appointed as the Investment Manager to Motilal Oswal Mutual Fund by the Trustee vide Investment Management Agreement (IMA) dated May 21, 2009, executed between Motilal Oswal Trustee Company Ltd. and Motilal Oswal Asset Management Company Ltd.
 
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MOSt Focused Dynamic Equity - Direct Plan – Annually Dividend - 12.0685MOSt Focused Dynamic Equity - Direct Plan – Quarterly Dividend - 12.1549MOSt Focused Dynamic Equity - Regular Plan – Annually Dividend - 11.8745MOSt Focused Dynamic Equity - Regular Plan – Quarterly Dividend - 11.9315MOSt Focused 25 Fund- Direct Plan (D) - 19.9486MOSt Focused 25 Fund- Direct Plan (G) - 23.7062MOSt Focused 25 Fund-(D) - 18.574MOSt Focused 25 Fund-(G) - 22.1801MOSt Focused Long Term (D) - 17.7962MOSt Focused Long Term (G) - 18.4257MOSt Focused Long Term- Direct Plan(D) - 18.5855MOSt Focused Long Term- Direct Plan(G) - 19.2221MOSt Focused Midcap 30- Direct Plan(D) - 25.0566MOSt Focused Midcap 30- Direct Plan(G) - 28.5067MOSt Focused Midcap 30(D) - 23.7919MOSt Focused Midcap 30(G) - 27.145MOSt Focused Multicap 35- Direct Plan(D) - 28.1949MOSt Focused Multicap 35- Direct Plan(G) - 28.5426MOSt Focused Multicap 35(D) - 27.1759MOSt Focused Multicap 35(G) - 27.5224MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Fortnightly Dividend Option - 10.0086MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Monthly Dividend Option - 10.0237MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Quarterly Dividend Option - 10.0445MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Weekly Dividend Option - 10.0046MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Fortnightly Dividend Option - 10.0057MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan- Growth - 13.5837MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Daily Dividend Option - 10.0008MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan- Growth - 13.2516MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Daily Dividend Option - 10.011MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Monthly Dividend Payout - 10.0225MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Quarterly Dividend Payout - 10.0523MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Weekly Dividend Option - 10.005Motilal Oswal Most Focused Dyn Eq Fund (G) - 12.1446Motilal Oswal Most Focused Dynamic Equity Fund-Dir (Div-A) - 12.3394

5 Key parallels between Kabaddi, investments and financial planning

Kabaddi is a contact sport that emerged in the ancient India and is a popular sport in South Asia. The main objective of this game is to grab points by raiding into the opponent's court and touching as many opponent players as possible without getting caught on a single breath. Each player, chant “Kabaddi! Kabaddi! Kabaddi” and enter into the opponent court and try to touch the defence players nearest to him, while the opponents make tactical coordinated efforts to catch that player.

Because size matters

In a game of Kabaddi, each team consists of 12 members out of which seven are in the court and five in the reserve. The distribution of these members is done to maintain balance when the game is being played. The two teams are supposed to defend and attack accordingly. Similarly, considering Mutual Fund investments, we should ensure that our portfolio is a balanced one. The allocation and management of the portfolio should have the potential to offer returns and circumvent risks; hence the assets should be distributed equally between equity schemes, fixed-income schemes, real estate schemes etc. 

Observe, identify and attack

One tactic in the sport is of the raider to be able to judge its defenders and attack very well; because the defender(s) can change his system of play and can end up becoming stronger. This tactic if applied to Mutual Fund investments can prove to be beneficial to the investor. Well, the investor should be able to detect under the weather components of his/her portfolio and eliminate them as quick as possible to avoid loss or risks. This way the investor can very well maintain a balanced portfolio; and build a potential of booking profits.

Chant Kabaddi

A feature in the game of Kabaddi, which sets it apart from other sports, is its ‘chant’. Beginners in the game often find themselves in a difficult position in doing this because this requires concentration and patience. If the player fails to chant at any moment during his raid, he will be out of the match; and this is quite the situation in the realm of Mutual Funds. New investors or novices often don’t know how it works when one invests in schemes. They are also, more often than not, hysterical about market movements and panic during uncertainties. The key to achieve financial goals is to stay invested by maintaining levels of patience and focus.

Skill-drills

Training or skill drills are not restricted to beginners only. Advanced players too, are constantly made to perform drills to polish and intensify their existing potential. This can be applied to financial or investment planning in two ways. First, it is always crucial to update our knowledge repository, with regards to learning new ways to invest, read and research about Mutual Fund schemes, keep a tab on the movements of the market. While taking the second method into account; an investor should efficiently manage the portfolio, every once in a while to assure better performance.

A right entry can give a raider a safe exit

The defenders are always aware and pre-plan about every move that a raider is going to make. The crucial part for a raider is to judge it in advance and make a right entry. This can be correlated to making right choices when beginning to invest or charting out a financial plan. The fundamentals should always be clear; priorities should be highlighted and considered important, since they are to be meted out first. Also, before getting started with any kind of investment, the investor should be careful on which scheme he or she would prefer to plough their money to get their desired result by the end, marking a safe exit. 

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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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