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MOSt Shares M50

Motilal Oswal MOSt Shares M50 ETF (MOSt Shares M50) is an open ended fundamentally weighted ETF that seeks investment return that corresponds (before fees and expenses) generally to the performance of the Nifty 50 Index (Underlying Index), subject to tracking error. However, there can be no assurance or guarantee that the investment objective of the Scheme would be achieved.

MOSt Shares Midcap 100

Motilal Oswal MOSt Shares Midcap 100 Exchange Traded Fund (MOSt Shares Midcap 100) is an open ended index ETF that seeks investment return that corresponds (before fees and expenses) to the performance of Nifty Free Float Midcap 100 Index (Underlying Index), subject to tracking error. However, there can be no assurance or guarantee that the investment objective of the Scheme would be achieved.

MOSt Shares NASDAQ 100

Motilal Oswal MOSt Shares NASDAQ-100 ETF, (MOSt Shares NASDAQ 100) is an open ended Index Exchange Traded Fund that seeks investment return that corresponds (before fees and expenses) generally to the performance of the NASDAQ-100 Index, subject to tracking error. However, there can be no assurance or guarantee that the investment objective of the Scheme would be achieved.

MOSt Focused 25 Fund

The investment objective of the Scheme is to achieve long term capital appreciation by investing in upto 25 companies with long term sustainable competitive advantage and growth potential. However, there can be no assurance or guarantee that the investment objective of the Scheme would be achieved.

MOSt Focused Midcap 30 Fund

The investment objective of the Scheme is to achieve long term capital appreciation by investing in a maximum of 30 quality mid-cap companies having long-term competitive advantages and potential for growth. However, there can be no assurance or guarantee that the investment objective of the Scheme would be achieved.

MOSt Focused Multicap 35 Fund

The investment objective of the Scheme is to achieve long term capital appreciation by primarily investing in a maximum of 35 equity & equity related instruments across sectors and market-capitalization levels.However, there can be no assurance or guarantee that the investment objective of the Scheme would be achieved.

MOSt Focused Long Term Fund

The investment objective of the Scheme is to generate long-term capital appreciation from a diversified portfolio of predominantly equity and equity related instruments. However, there can be no assurance or guarantee that the investment objective of the Scheme would be achieved.

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What is an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)?

Exchange Traded Funds are essentially Index Funds that are listed and traded on exchanges like stocks. They enable investors to gain broad exposure to entire stock markets in different Countries and specific sectors with relative ease, on a real-time basis and at a lower cost than many other forms of investing.

An ETF is a basket of stocks that reflects the composition of an Index, like Nifty or BSE Sensex. The ETFs trading value is based on the net asset value of the underlying stocks that it represents. Think of it as a Mutual Fund that you can buy and sell in real-time at a price that change throughout the day.

What is a Mutual Fund?

An investment vehicle that is made up of a pool of funds collected from many investors for the purpose of investing in securities such as stocks, bonds, money market instruments and similar assets. Mutual funds are operated by investment managers, who invest the fund's capital and attempt to produce capital gains and income for the fund's investors. A mutual fund's portfolio is structured and maintained to match the investment objectives stated in the scheme information document

Our Investment Philosophy
The recommended way to Create Wealth from equity - Buy Right : Sit Tight

‘Buy Right means buying quality companies at a reasonable price and Sit Tight means staying invested in them for a longer time to realise the full growth potential of the stocks.

It is a known fact that good quality companies are in business for decades but views about these companies change every year, every quarter, every month and sometimes every day! While many of you get the first part of identifying good quality stocks, most don’t stay invested for a long enough time. The temptation to book profits at 25% or 50% or even 100% returns in a 1 to 3 year period is so natural that you miss out on the chance of generating substantial wealth that typically happens over the long term; say a 10 year period.

‘Buy Right : Sit Tight’ philosophy emerged from the expertise of our sponsor Motilal Oswal Securities Ltd. that experience in equity market research and advisory since 1987. This philosophy drives all our equity products and offerings; be it Mutual Fund or Portfolio Management Services.

Why Equity
Inflation is the biggest destroyer of purchasing power. Over FY79-14 CPI inflation has been 8.4%, eroding purchasing power of Rupee by 94%.
 
Investing may be defined as the process of gaining higher purchasing power over time (i.e. net of inflation and taxes). In fixed income investing, the average annual post-tax return works out to about 7%. If the same is reinvested, over 20 years, the security would be worth about 4x its original value. Hypothetically, if inflation also turns out to be 7%, then even after 20 years, there is zero increase in purchasing power

In contrast, equities in India have delivered average annual return of 17% (S & P Sensex / Nifty 50)(Source: www.bseindia.com and www.nseindia.com). At this rate, over 20 years, the original holding will rise to 23x. Adjusted for inflation, purchasing power would rise almost 6x (23 ÷ 4).

Further, we believe that by disciplined application of a sound investment philosophy, it is possible to outperform the market. If the average annual return works out to 25%, over 20 years, the original investment will grow 87x i.e. a massive 22x increase in purchasing power (87 ÷ 4).

Finally, as the graph below clearly shows, over the last 35 years, equity has outperformed fixed income and gold by a huge margin
What is SIP
1. An SIP is a specific amount invested for a continuous period at regular intervals. 2. It is similar to a regular saving scheme like a recurring deposit. 3. It allows the investor to buy units as per a pre decided frequency; the investor decides the amount and also the scheme / scrip to invest in. 4. Due to the principle of cost averaging, more number of units are bought in a falling market and fewer units in a rising  market 5. SIPs allow you to take part in the stock market, without trying to time it, also bringing discipline to your investments.
 
Benefits of SIP:
 
Power of saving:
The power of saving underlines the essence of making money work if only invested at an early age. The longer one delays in investing, the greater the financial burden to meet desired goals. Saving a small sum of money regularly at an early age makes money work with significant impact on wealth accumulation explained through the illustration below
iNAV
MOSt Shares M50
84.3835
0.4376
MOSt Shares Midcap 100
16.3996
0.8270
MOSt Shares NASDAQ 100
321.4609
0.0058
Price
MOSt Shares M50
83.0000
-1.0609
MOSt Shares Midcap 100
16.1500
0.6231
MOSt Shares NASDAQ 100
310.0000
1.5794
As on : Sep 28,2016 | 12:00
As on : Sep 28,2016
Indices Closing Change %Chg
Nifty 50 8,745.15 38.75 0.44
Nifty Free Float Midcap 100 15,694.10 133.55 0.85
BSE Sensex 28,292.81 69.11 0.24
Nasdaq 100 4,866.71 49.54 1.03
Market Update
As on : Sep 28,2016 | 12:00
Indices Current Change %Chg
Nifty 50 8,745.15 38.75 0.45
Nifty Free Float Midcap 100 15,694.10 133.55 0.86
BSE Sensex 28,292.81 69.11 0.24
Nasdaq 100 4,866.71 49.54 1.03

indicative Net Asset Value (iNAV) is computed based on snapshot prices of the underlying securities traded and available on the exchange. In case investors want to do a transaction with the Fund, there would be additional transaction costs such as brokerage, STT, depository costs and market impact cost.

Our Investment Philosophy
The recommended way to Create Wealth from equity - Buy Right : Sit Tight

‘Buy Right means buying quality companies at a reasonable price and Sit Tight means staying invested in them for a longer time to realise the full growth potential of the stocks.

It is a known fact that good quality companies are in business for decades but views about these companies change every year, every quarter, every month and sometimes every day! While many of you get the first part of identifying good quality stocks, most don’t stay invested for a long enough time. The temptation to book profits at 25% or 50% or even 100% returns in a 1 to 3 year period is so natural that you miss out on the chance of generating substantial wealth that typically happens over the long term; say a 10 year period.

‘Buy Right : Sit Tight’ philosophy emerged from the expertise of our sponsor Motilal Oswal Securities Ltd. that experience in equity market research and advisory since 1987. This philosophy drives all our equity products and offerings; be it Mutual Fund or Portfolio Management Services.

Why Equity
Inflation is the biggest destroyer of purchasing power. Over FY79-14 CPI inflation has been 8.4%, eroding purchasing power of Rupee by 94%.
 
Investing may be defined as the process of gaining higher purchasing power over time (i.e. net of inflation and taxes). In fixed income investing, the average annual post-tax return works out to about 7%. If the same is reinvested, over 20 years, the security would be worth about 4x its original value. Hypothetically, if inflation also turns out to be 7%, then even after 20 years, there is zero increase in purchasing power

In contrast, equities in India have delivered average annual return of 17% (S & P Sensex / Nifty 50)(Source: www.bseindia.com and www.nseindia.com). At this rate, over 20 years, the original holding will rise to 23x. Adjusted for inflation, purchasing power would rise almost 6x (23 ÷ 4).

Further, we believe that by disciplined application of a sound investment philosophy, it is possible to outperform the market. If the average annual return works out to 25%, over 20 years, the original investment will grow 87x i.e. a massive 22x increase in purchasing power (87 ÷ 4).

Finally, as the graph below clearly shows, over the last 35 years, equity has outperformed fixed income and gold by a huge margin
What is SIP
1. An SIP is a specific amount invested for a continuous period at regular intervals. 2. It is similar to a regular saving scheme like a recurring deposit. 3. It allows the investor to buy units as per a pre decided frequency; the investor decides the amount and also the scheme / scrip to invest in. 4. Due to the principle of cost averaging, more number of units are bought in a falling market and fewer units in a rising  market 5. SIPs allow you to take part in the stock market, without trying to time it, also bringing discipline to your investments.
 
Benefits of SIP:
 
Power of saving:
The power of saving underlines the essence of making money work if only invested at an early age. The longer one delays in investing, the greater the financial burden to meet desired goals. Saving a small sum of money regularly at an early age makes money work with significant impact on wealth accumulation explained through the illustration below
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