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Franklin India Opportunities Fund - IDCW

  • Equity
  • Other Themes
  • Very High
  • Current NAV

    ₹33.77 0.1485%

  • Annual Returns


  • Min. SIP ₹500

    Min. Investment ₹5000

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Risk Management Analysis


Risk Management Analysis


Benchmark fall

Fall & recovery Period

Fund Fall

Fall & recovery Period

Fund Risk management

house-icon Crashes of 2007 2007 - 2008 -41.01 % 0.8 Yr -31.45 % 0.8 Yr Good
house-icon COVID-19 pandemic 2020 - 2022 -58.81 % 1.8 Yr -60.54 % 1.8 Yr Not Good
house-icon Commodity Crisis 2015 - 2017 -24.02 % 2.1 Yr -27.99 % 2.1 Yr Excellent

Risk Type


Risk Type

  Fund Category
Sharp 0.92% -
Beta 1.02% -
Alpha -2.87% -

Risk to Reward ratio


Risk to Reward ratio

0.92% Sharpe Ratio Not Good
  • What is Sharpe Ratio?
    Sharpe Ratio indicates the risk-adjusted returns of a fund, indicating how much risk a fund manager took to generate returns. A higher Sharpe Ratio implies better returns relative to the amount of risk taken. It is calculated by subtracting the risk-free rate from the fund's returns and dividing the result by the standard deviation.
  • Less then 1% Not Good
  • 1% to 3% Good
  • Greate than 3% Excellent

Risk scale

Very Low Risk Low Risk Low Medium Risk Medium Risk High Risk Very High Risk

High Risk

Investors understand that their principal will be at Very High Risk

What is high and low risk on risk scale?

  • Very High RiskNegative Returns 25-30% and max fall & recovery duration will be 2-3 Yrs
  • High RiskNegative returns upto 20% and max fall & recovery duration will be 1-2 yrs
  • Medium RiskNegative returns 10-15% and max fall & recovery duration will be 1.5 yrs
  • Low RiskNegative returns 5-10% and max fall & recovery duration will be 5-6 months
  • Very Low RiskNegative returns 2-5% and max fall & recovery duration will be 1-2 months


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What is the biggest risk for mutual funds?

There are many risks associated with funds, but the biggest of them is the uncertainty of the market as it is not in anyone's hand to control it.

Are mutual funds more risky than stocks?

Since they have direct investments in the equity market, both investors often take on risk. However, mutual funds are a safer investment than stocks since their portfolios are highly diversified and professionally managed, which reduces the risk that comes from individual equities.

How to reduce risk in mutual funds?

Using the technique of diversification, which means divide and rule helps us to balance our portfolio. It divides the assets into various different sectors that increase the chances of capital gain.

What is the relation between risk and return?

This works on the formula of greater the price, greater will be the returns. More risky the fund is, more chances are there of its potential growth.

Which category of fund has lower risks?

Although, each and every fund has its own risk factor. The large-cap funds have lesser risk probability. As they hold a strong presence in the market the risk percentage is lower than other categories.

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