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Bharat ETF consists of 6 sectors and 22 stocks. It has sectorial cap
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of 20% (means it cannot invest more than this amount in single
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sector) and stock cap of 15% (Means it cannot invest more than 15% ESAF Fixed Deposit
in single stock). Bharat 22 ETF Index consists of the following stocks Schemes – Should you
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1) Basic Materials segment – Total of 4.4%
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2) Energy Segment – Total of 17.5%

Oil & Natural Gas Corp Ltd (energy) – 5.3%

Indian Oil Corp Ltd (energy) – 4.4%

Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (energy) – 4.4%

Coal India Ltd (energy) – 3.3%

3) Banking and Financial Segment – Total of 20.3%

State Bank of India (finance) – 8.6%

Axis Bank Ltd (finance) – 7.7%

Bank of Baroda( finance) – 1.4%

Rural Electrification Corp Ltd (finance) – 1.3%

Power Finance Corp Ltd (finance) – 1%

Indian Bank (finance) – 0.2%

4) FMCG Segment – Total of 15.2%

ITC Ltd (FMCG) – 15.2%

5) Industrial Segment – (Total of 22.6%)

Larsen & Toubro Ltd (Industrials) – 17.1%

Bharat Electronics Ltd (Industrials) -3.3%

Engineers India Ltd (Industrials) – 1.5%

NBCC (India) Ltd (Industrials) – 0.6%


6) Utilities Segment – Total of 20%

Power Grid Corp of India Ltd (utilities) – 7.9%

NTPC Ltd (utilities) – 6.7%

Gail India Ltd (utilities) – 3.7%

NHPC Ltd (utilities) – 1.2%

NLC India Ltd (utilities) – 0.3%

SJVN Ltd (utilities) – 0.2%

How does CPSE ETF Performed in the last 1 years?

CPSE ETF gave more than 20% returns in the last 1 year.

In Mar-2017, CPSE ETF FFO came and it was issued at discounted


price of Rs 26.8. It got listed in Mar-2017 at Rs 27.6. However the
trend in the last 6 months has not been good. Till one week back it
was trading at below its issue price. After the announcement of
Bharat-22 ETF Index, CPSE ETF gained more than 10%. Means this
has been under performer in the last 5-6 months despite stock
markets reached to new highs.

How to subscribe to Bharat-22 ETF?

Though Govt of India has launched this ETF, you need to wait for
formal launch of this ETF so that you can subscribe to it. Even this
time, investors are expecting that Govt. of India would give retail
discount (like CPSE ETF) which may be around 5% of the underlying
NAV value. One need to wait for Bharat-22 ETF IPO to come for
subscription.

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Should you invest in Bharat-22 ETF Index?

One should note that ETF Manager can manage within the portfolio
of 22 stocks specified under Bharat-22 ETF Index and they do not
have scope to go outside this boundary. Equity Mutual Funds on
other hand can invest in such diversified portfolio and switch to
other funds outside this 22 scrips if required.

All the underlying stocks of CPSE ETF were underperformers till


CPSE ETF came in Mar-2014.   CPSE ETF oversubscribed, all its
underlying stocks started zooming up and this ETF gave superior
returns to investors. Whoever has been investing in CPSE ETF the
returns are good compared to Index returns in the last 3 years. Now
even Bharat-22 ETF subscription also may prove that investors are
crazy about such unique schemes.  Once we know complete details
about Bharat 22 ETF Date, NAV and retail discount, a final call can
be taken.

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