Nippon India ETF Nifty BeES vs UTI Nifty Index Fund: Which is better? (2022)

Last Updated on April 2, 2021

A comparison of Nippon India ETF Nifty BeES with UTI Nifty Index Fund to understand the true cost of investing in an ETF.

First, if you wish to understand the basics of ETFs, you can start here:How ETFs are different from Mutual Funds: A Beginner’s Guideand here:List of Index Mutual Funds and ETFs in India: What to choose and what to avoidand here(!)Watch my talk on index investing: Can we get higher returns with lower risk?

Since the ETF trades at the exchange, the price of each unit need not equal its NAV and is decided by supply and demand. A large and consistent discrepancy between the price and NAV is unhealthy and indicates that it is hard to trade those ETF units. Large AUM ETFs typically (not always_ involve heavy daily trading volumes and tend to exhibit a low difference between price and NAV, suggesting that it is quite liquid.


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However, this does not mean, that low AUM ETFs are always ill-liquid. See: Here is how you can select ETFs by checking how easy it is to buy/sell them. An active authorised participant is necessary to arbitrage out the price-nav fluctuations. See:Why SBI ETF Nifty 50 Price changed only by 0.2% when Nifty fell 7.6%

Tracking error (higher the value, the more the deviation from the index) for index funds and ETFs is not readily available for different durations for Indian passive investors. So they assume an index fund with a higher tracking expense ratio would always have a higher tracking error. That is a myth as can be seen from this report:Selecting index funds: Lowest expenses does not mean lowest tracking error!

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It is reasonable to assume that Nippon India ETF Nifty BeES with an expense ratio of 0.05% and AUM of 3214 Crores (April 2020) to be among the most liquid of Nifty ETFs. This means that anytime you wish to buy/sell Nifty ETF units, you can get a price close to the NAV.

Again since ETF price data is not readily available (AMFI provides only NAV history) – one can download this from Moneycontrol – many investors find it difficult to analyse price-nav deviations.

All ETF metrics, standard deviation, tracking error etc are calculated using the NAV and not the price data. An ETF investor buys and sells at price, not NAV. So the tracking error has to be computed with respect to the price.

Take for example the window from 1st May 2019 to April 30th 2020. The tracking error of Nippon India ETF Nifty BeES using its NAV was 0.16%. This is lower than 0.19% for UTI Nifty Index fund (0.1% expense ratio).

Amusingly, IDBI Nifty Index Fund with an expense ratio of 0.3% has a tracking of 0.18% (so a fund manager of an expensive index fund could still compete!). We will not go any further into this, but those interested can explore the free datasheet here:Selecting index funds: Lowest expenses does not mean lowest tracking error!

Now back to Nippon India ETF Nifty BeES. If we use the ETF price and compute the tracking error for the above period, it is 5.6% – this 34 times higher deviation from the index arises entirely because the ETF unit holder cannot buy directly from the AMC at NAV and must trade with other unitholders at current market price.

The price fluctuation completely wipes out the expense ratio benefit (the ETF is priced half the UTI index fund!) and then some! When you are doing SIPs (manually or via the demat provider in ETF) for small amounts like a few thousands it may not seem like much.

After a few years, when you have accumulated a few lakhs and want to them some of it, you may have to do so at a severe loss if the price you get is always lower than the NAV. You can limit this sale with a limit order but it may take days or even weeks to trigger! You cannot always assume this is “okay”

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If you are buying and selling 5,000 ETF units (or multiples thereof), you can transact directly with the AMC (like a normal mutual fund). All lower sizes will have to be purchased and sold in the secondary market to fellow unitholders.

The AMC will buy less than 5000 units directly only if:

  • if the traded price of the ETF Units is at a discount of more than 3% to the NAV for continuous 30 days; or
  • if a discount of the bid price to applicable NAV is more than 3% over a period of 7 consecutive trading days; or
  • if no quotes are available on exchange for 3 consecutive trading days; or
  • when the total bid size on the exchange is less than half of Creation Unit size daily, averaged over a period of 7 consecutive
    trading days. Source: Scheme document.

Nippon India ETF Nifty BeES vs UTI Nifty Index Fund: Tracking Error Comparison

The tracking error is calculated with monthly returns rolled over daily.

Scheme Name/Tracking error periodIDBI Nifty Index Fund-Direct PlanUTI Nifty Index Fund-Direct PlanNippon India ETF Nifty BeES (wrt NAV)Nippon India ETF Nifty BeES (wrt Price
2020-Apr-01 To 2020-Apr-300.310.320.0910.74
2020-Feb-01 To 2020-Apr-300.050.110.3212.45
2019-Nov-01 To 2020-Apr-300.220.240.237.26
2019-Aug-01 To 2020-Apr-300.160.170.196.26
2019-May-01 To 2020-Apr-300.190.200.165.58
2018-May-01 To 2020-Apr-300.120.120.124.33
2017-May-01 To 2020-Apr-300.110.110.113.77
2016-May-01 To 2020-Apr-300.110.110.103.64
2015-May-01 To 2020-Apr-300.100.100.094.16

What should investors do?

  1. Avoid ETFs for investment (trading, if you know what you are doing, is “okay”)
  2. Choose a reasonably low-cost index fund with a reasonably low tracking error. Searching for the best index fund and hoping to stay invested in only the best is a futile exercise.
  3. UTI Nifty Index Fund may or may not be the “best choice” among index funds, it is certainly a better choice than Nippon India ETF Nifty BeES.

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Which is better Nifty index fund or Nifty BeES? ›

Most investors prefer Nifty BeEs over mutual funds because of their cost-effectiveness.

Is Nippon India ETF Nifty BeES good? ›

Fund Key Highlights

1. Current NAV: The Current Net Asset Value of the Nippon India ETF Nifty 50 BeES as of Nov 22, 2022 is Rs 199.46 for IDCW option of its Regular plan. 2. Returns: Its trailing returns over different time periods are: -5.07% (1yr), 15.77% (3yr), 12.14% (5yr) and 15.39% (since launch).

Which is best index fund or ETF India? ›

The big advantage in favour of an ETF vs index fund is that the Expense ratio in an Index ETF is much lower than an index fund. In India generally index funds have an expense ratio of 1.25% while index ETFs have an expense ratio of about 0.35%. That is just the TER that is debited to the index ETF.

Which is best ETF for Nifty? ›

List of Best Index Funds in India Ranked by Last 5 Year Returns
  • Mirae Asset NYSE FANG+ ETF FoF. ...
  • Mirae Asset Equity Allocator FoF. ...
  • Motilal Oswal Nasdaq 100 FOF Scheme. ...
  • Motilal Oswal Nifty Midcap 150 Index Fund. ...
  • Motilal Oswal Nifty Next 50 Index Fund. ...
  • Motilal Oswal Nifty 50 Index Fund. ...
  • UTI Nifty200 Momentum 30 Index Fund.

Which one is better ETF or index fund? ›

ETFs are often cheaper than index funds if bought commission-free. Index funds often have higher minimum investments than ETFs, although some fund providers, like Fidelity Investments, are dropping their minimum investments on mutual funds.

Which is better Nifty ETF or index fund? ›

ETFs are known to be traded in mostly intraday shares via AMCs and can give higher profits. Index Funds are known to trade primarily in securities via AMCs and offer more security in investment. In the comparison to index fund vs etf, ETFs are a much riskier form of investment than Index Funds.

Can I hold Nifty BeES for long term? ›

Yes, you can buy Nifty for the long term through ETFs. Nifty BeES is a benchmark ETF that invests in S&P CNX Nifty companies. You can invest in Nifty BeES through a demat account. It is similar to investing in stocks.

Who is owner of Niftybees? ›

It is owned and managed by NSE Indices Limited and as the name indicates, comprises 50 stocks covering 13 sectors.

Is Nifty BeES risk free? ›

Yes. Nifty BeES track its underlying index without any pressure or need to outperform the same. This makes it a relatively risk free option for beginners or risk-averse investors.

Should I invest in both ETF and index fund? ›

So both Index Funds and ETFs offer adequate diversification across tens, hundreds, and even thousands of securities. They both also offer a low expense ratio and, of course, potentially long-term solid returns. Therefore, it is safe to say that both ETFs and Index Funds have a lot in common.

Do ETFs return more than index funds? ›

Although they are less flexible than ETFs, index funds deliver the same strong returns over the long term. Another benefit of index funds that makes them ideal for many buy-and-hold investors is their simplicity.

What are the top 5 ETFs to buy? ›

Simplify Interest Rate Hedge ETF (ticker: PFIX)
  • Energy and rates still rule Wall Street as Big Tech continues to stumble. ...
  • Simplify Interest Rate Hedge ETF (ticker: PFIX) ...
  • Invesco DB US Dollar Index Bullish Fund (UUP) ...
  • Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLE) ...
  • iShares MSCI Brazil ETF (EWZ)
3 Nov 2022

What is the most successful ETF? ›

100 Highest 5 Year ETF Returns
SymbolName5-Year Return
NANRSPDR S&P North American Natural Resources ETF91.25%
IXNiShares Global Tech ETF90.58%
QQQInvesco QQQ Trust90.55%
OMFLInvesco Russell 1000 Dynamic Multifactor ETF90.38%
92 more rows

Which ETF has highest return? ›

7 best-performing ETFs of 2022:
  • ProShares Ultra Bloomberg Natural Gas ETF (BOIL): +270%
  • United States Natural Gas Fund LP (UNG): +145.9%
  • ProShares Ultra Oil & Gas ETF (DIG): +96.6%
  • Direxion Daily Energy Bull 2x Shares (ERX): +95.3%
  • Direxion Daily S&P Oil and Gas Exploration & Production Bull 2x Shares ETF (GUSH): +92%
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Why are ETFs better than index funds? ›

Most notably, ETFs can be traded throughout the trading session, much like a stock, while index fund trades are executed once the market closes. This major difference makes ETFs more attractive to active investors. Additionally, unlike many index funds, there is usually no minimum investment requirements for ETFs.

Why are ETFs cheaper than index funds? ›

Because ETFs are bought and sold on the open market like stocks or bonds, the sale of shares from one investor to another has no effect on the fund itself. But when mutual fund shareholders sell shares, they redeem them from the fund directly. That often requires the fund to sell some assets to cover the redemption.

Why choose an ETF over a mutual fund? ›

Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) take the benefits of mutual fund investing to the next level. ETFs can offer lower operating costs than traditional open-end funds, flexible trading, greater transparency, and better tax efficiency in taxable accounts.

What is the difference between Nifty BeES and ETF? ›

NIFTY BeES is an equity exchange traded Fund combining the flexibility of stock market investment and the simplicity of equity mutual funds. By simply buying an ETF which is benchmarked to Nifty 50, you will end up buying the index itself.

Is ETF better than mutual fund India? ›

Both can track indexes as well, however ETFs tend to be more cost effective and more liquid as they trade on exchanges like shares of stock. Mutual funds can provide some benefits such as active management and greater regulatory oversight, but only allow transactions once per day and tend to have higher costs.

Are Nifty BeES risky? ›

Nifty BeEs is a carbon copy of Nifty. Since it is linked to the stock market, Nifty BeEs are not as safe as a bank FD or even a debt fund. But it is safer than midcap or small cap stocks as it invests in top 50 large-cap companies in India.
...
FAQs on Nifty BeEs.
CompaniesWeightage
ITC Ltd2.79%
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25 Aug 2021

Which is best ETF in India? ›

  • 1) Motilal Oswal NASDAQ 100 ETF. The Scheme seeks an investment return that corresponds to the performance of the NASDAQ 100 Index, subject to tracking errors. ...
  • 2) HDFC Sensex ETF. ...
  • 3) SBI ETF Sensex. ...
  • 4) ICICI Prudential NV20 ETF. ...
  • 1) Nippon India ETF Long Term Gilt.
15 Nov 2022

Can I buy 1 share of Nifty BeES? ›

Nifty BeES is Simple: Nifty BeES can be bought / sold like a share through any NSE terminal at prices available on the screen. The underlying portfolio of Nifty BeES very closely replicates that of the S&P CNX Nifty. Hence, Nifty BeES tracks the movement of S&P CNX Nifty.

How many nifty BeES is 1 lot Nifty? ›

There is no fund manager bias. As Nifty BeES replicates the S&P CNX Nifty, investors can know at any given point of time where and how much is invested in each stock. Investing in just one unit gives exposure to fifty shares of the S&P CNX Nifty.

Is it easy to sell Nifty BeES? ›

Once purchased, these securities can be held in demat form, just like a stock. Latest market information on Nifty Bees can be found here. Because it can be easily bought and sold through the day, Nifty Bees brings to its investors the advantage of liquidity.

Do I get dividend from Nifty BeES? ›

Dividend Policy of Nippon India ETF Nifty BeES

The dividend is paid to the unitholder after deducting the applicable taxes at source. The dividend is typically distributed within 30 days from the date of declaration of the dividend.

What is Nippon NiftyBees? ›

About Nippon India ETF Nifty 50 BeES

The scheme aims to provide returns close to the total return of stocks as represented by Nifty 50 Index. It is an Exchange Traded Fund which is listed on the capital market (rolling settlement) segment of the NSE.

Can I buy Nifty BeES in Zerodha? ›

In order to buy the Index, you'll have to buy the constituent 50 stocks in the same weightage as they hold on the Index. Alternatively, you can also buy NiftyBees, the ETF on the Index which will replicate the performance of the Index.

Is Nifty BeES good for intraday? ›

This can be bought and sold like an ordinary stock on NSE and as it tracks NIFTY S&P CNX Index, it gives you a chance to trade intraday as well as providing you with the real-time NAV.

What are the top 3 index funds? ›

Best index funds to invest in for November 2022

Fidelity ZERO Large Cap Index. Vanguard S&P 500 ETF. SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust. iShares Core S&P 500 ETF.

What are the Big 3 index funds? ›

This burgeoning passive index fund industry is dominated by BlackRock, Vanguard, and State Street, which we call the 'Big Three'.

Is UTI Nifty index fund Safe? ›

The fund currently has an Asset Under Management(AUM) of ₹2,23,499 Cr and the Latest NAV as of 23 Nov 2022 is ₹124.14. The UTI Nifty 50 Index Fund Direct Growth is rated Very High risk.

Are ETFs safer than index funds? ›

Are ETFs or Index Funds Safer? Neither an ETF nor an index fund is safer than the other, as it depends on what the fund owns. Stocks will always be risker than bonds, but will usually yield higher returns on investment.

Are ETF riskier than mutual funds? ›

Both mutual funds and ETFs are considered low-risk investments compared to cherry-picked stocks and bonds. While investing in general always carries some level of risk, both mutual funds and ETFs carry about the same level.

Is index ETF good for long-term? ›

ETFs are very safe and are an excellent option for long-term investments. According to experts, ETFs are not that volatile and show a slight change in their prices compared to stocks and indices because they are diversified and pooled investments of many investors.

Are ETFs riskier than stocks? ›

For long-term investing, ETFs are generally considered safer investments because of their broad diversification. Diversification protects your portfolio from any one single downturn in the market since you're money is spread out among these hundreds, or thousands, of stocks.

What is the safest ETF to buy? ›

SPDR Portfolio S&P 500 ETF (ticker: SPLG)
  • Look beyond short-term volatility to your long-term investing goals. ...
  • SPDR Portfolio S&P 500 ETF (ticker: SPLG) ...
  • iShares Core S&P Small-Cap ETF (IJR) ...
  • Vanguard Information Technology ETF (VGT) ...
  • iShares Core Dividend Growth ETF (DGRO)

What ETF should I buy 2022? ›

  • The Best Growth ETFs of November 2022.
  • Vanguard Growth ETF (VUG)
  • iShares Morningstar Mid-Cap Growth ETF (IMCG)
  • Vanguard S&P Small-Cap 600 Growth ETF (VIOG)
  • Nuveen ESG Large-Cap Growth ETF (NULG)
  • Direxion NASDAQ-100 Equal Weight ETF (QQQE)
  • Vanguard U.S. Momentum Factor ETF (VFMO)
4 Nov 2022

Which ETF is best for long-term? ›

Best long-term ETFs
  1. Vanguard S&P 500 ETF. The Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (NYSEMKT:VOO) is an index fund designed to track the S&P 500 index. ...
  2. Invesco S&P 500 Equal Weight ETF. ...
  3. iShares Russell 1000 Growth ETF. ...
  4. Vanguard Real Estate ETF. ...
  5. Schwab U.S. Dividend Equity ETF. ...
  6. iShares Core MSCI EAFE ETF. ...
  7. iShares Core Growth Allocation ETF.

Which ETF has the highest 10 year return? ›

Best Performing ETFs of Last 10 Years: U. S. Equity

Over the past ten years, the U. S. stock market has been most favorable for large-cap growth investments. The large-cap growth-styled Invesco QQQ Trust ETF (QQQ), with an annualized return of 17.0%, is the best-performing ETF in the U. S. equity category.

How do you find 12% return on investment? ›

Assuming an annual return of 12%, you need to invest around Rs 43,000 every month to create a corpus of Rs 1 crore in 10 years. If you want to make Rs 1 crore in 15 years, you need to invest Rs 19,819 every month. Assuming you have 20 years, you need to invest around Rs 10,000 every month.

Can you get rich investing in ETFs? ›

It's a common belief that investors get rich by picking individual stocks and beating the market. While that can be true, stock picking isn't the only path for investors to build wealth. Funds -- ETFs in particular -- can also make you a millionaire, even though many of them never beat the market.

Is Nifty BeES an index fund? ›

Nifty BeES, the first ETF in India, is being introduced by BENCHMARK, an Asset Management Company on January 8, 2002. Nifty BeES trades on the Capital Market segment of NSE. Each Nifty BeES unit is 1/10th of the S&P CNX Nifty Index value.
...
Nifty BeES.
ISIN CodeINF732E01011
Face Value10
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Is Nifty BeES ETF or index fund? ›

Nifty BeES' full form is the Nifty Benchmark Exchange Traded Scheme which is the first ever exchange-traded fund (ETF) traded in India which provides returns closely related to the securities on the S&P CNX Nifty Index.

What is difference between Niftybees and nifty50? ›

The face value of one unit of Nifty BeES is Rs. 1. Each unit represents approximately 1/100 of the Nifty 50 index and so, by buying just one unit of Nifty BeES, an investor instantly gets the benefit of diversifying across 50 large stocks without any hassle.

Is Bankbees or Niftybees better? ›

Bank BeEs is a collection of the top 10 banks in India. Whereas Nifty BeEs is a collection of 50 biggest stocks in India. Bank BeEs is more compact and sectoral. Whereas Nifty BeEs contains stocks from more than 22 sectors.

Which company comes under Niftybees? ›

Portfolio (Updated on 31st Oct,2022)
Stock Invested inSector% of Total Holdings
- ICICI Bank Ltd.Banks7.93%
Infosys Ltd.Computers - software7.05%
Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd.Housing finance5.61%
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd.Computers - software4.10%
6 more rows

Do we get dividend on Nifty BeES? ›

Dividend Policy of Nippon India ETF Nifty BeES

The dividend is paid to the unitholder after deducting the applicable taxes at source. The dividend is typically distributed within 30 days from the date of declaration of the dividend.

What is the target of Nifty BeES? ›

NIFTYBEES Weekly Target
4th UP Target210.90
2nd UP Target205.20
1st UP Target203.03
1st DOWN Target196.81
2nd DOWN Target194.64
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When should I buy Nifty BeES? ›

In order to buy NIFTY BeES , you need to have a demat account where you hold stocks purchased on any stock exchange. The units of NIFTY BeES can be bought at the prevailing market price anytime during the trading hours on the stock exchange.

Are Nifty Bees risky? ›

Nifty BeEs is a carbon copy of Nifty. Since it is linked to the stock market, Nifty BeEs are not as safe as a bank FD or even a debt fund. But it is safer than midcap or small cap stocks as it invests in top 50 large-cap companies in India.
...
FAQs on Nifty BeEs.
CompaniesWeightage
ITC Ltd2.79%
9 more rows
25 Aug 2021

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