Motilal Oswal S&P BSE Enhanced Value Index Fund

What Is Value Investing ?

Investing in companies that are relatively "inexpensive" compared to their fundamentals with a large "margin of safety"

How Does Value Investing Work?

Value investing is one of the oldest and best-known styles of investing

It is based on the foundation that “cheap” stocks tend to outperform “expensive” stocks over the long-term

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Buy stocks that are trading below their intrinsic value

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Wait for market to recognize the mispricing and correct its course

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Sell stocks when trading price exceeds their intrinsic value

Buy stocks that are trading below their intrinsic value

Wait for market to recognize the mispricing and correct its course

Sell stocks when trading price exceeds their intrinsic value

Historical Index Performance

Why Should You Invest ?

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Good way to take advantage of market recovery
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True to Label (Pure Value exposure)
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Offers diversification benefit vs other Factors
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Potential to benefit from turnaround of Value
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Scheme Details

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • A factor is any characteristic that helps explain the long-term risk and return of the asset class. Factor investing is an investment approach that involves targeting such specific factors in a systematic manner. Popular factors include Value Momentum, Quality, Low Volatility, Size, etc.
  • Value investing is one of the oldest and best-known styles of investing. It is based on the foundation that “cheap” stocks tend to outperform “expensive” stocks over the long-term. The Value Factor tries to capture this premium by selecting stocks that are trading at relatively lower P/E, P/B, and P/S ratios.
  • Both the Motilal Oswal S&P BSE Enhanced Value ETF and Motilal Oswal S&P BSE Enhanced Value Index Fund invests in companies that are part of the S&P BSE Enhanced Value Index. The Index is designed to track the performance of the top 30 companies in the S&P BSE LargeMidCap with the most attractive valuations, as measured by P/E, P/B, and P/S ratios.