What Is Private Bank Bees ETF?

If you invest in bank stocks or ETFs, you must have heard about many types of ETFs, including Private Bank Bees ETFs and Government bank ETFs.

Now what is this Private Bank Bees and how is it different from all the other existing ETFs?

What is Private Bank Bees also known as Private Bank ETF?

Through Private Bank Bees ETF, you invest money in an index under which only private banks and some PSU banks are included.

As we saw in the PSU Bank Bees ETF all the government banks are included in it, similarly all the private banks, as well as some PSU banks, have been kept under Private Bank Bees in which we can invest in all the private banks together at a very low cost.

Private Bank Bees is also called Nifty Bank Bees or Nifty Bank ETF.

Banks under Private Bank Bees

As we had just discussed all the private banks of India are covered under private bank Bees, the complete data of which is as follows.

Stock Invested inSectorValue(Mn)% of Total Holdings
 HDFC Bank Ltd.Private sector bank17951.628.99%
 ICICI Bank Ltd.Private sector bank14688.223.72%
 Axis Bank Ltd.Private sector bank5688.79.19%
 State Bank Of IndiaPublic sector bank5655.79.13%
 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd.Private sector bank5641.99.11%
 IndusInd Bank Ltd.Private sector bank4285.26.92%
 Bank Of BarodaPublic sector bank2050.43.31%
 Punjab National BankPublic sector bank1542.62.49%
 Federal Bank Ltd.Private sector bank1404.12.27%
 IDFC First Bank Ltd.Private sector bank1245.12.01%
 Au Small Finance Bank Ltd.Other bank1135.41.83%
 Bandhan Bank Ltd.Private sector bank616.81.00%

In the given data, you can see which banks come under this ETF, and if you make your investment through this ETF, then how your money is distributed in each bank.

Historical Data of Private Bank Bees ETF

Let us see some historical data on this ETF to get an idea of how much returns we can get from investing in this ETF.


Private Bank Bees1 week1 month1 year3 year5 yearAll time52 week low52 week high


Market CapNo. of StocksP/E RatioP/B RatioExpense Ratio

The data given is as of the time of writing this article and this data may change with time. So click here for updated data.

How to invest in Private Bank Bees ETF?

There are many methods of investment in the Private Bank Fees App, you can do long-term investment, short-term investment, or even swing trading. Let us understand about all these investments.

Long-Term Investment in Private Bank Bees

If you want to make long-term investments in this ETF, then this decision can prove to be right for you.

Because when we compare this ETF with mutual funds which invest in private banks only. Then we see that Private Bank Bees ETF has generated much better returns than mutual funds.

Short-Term Investment in Private Bank Bees ETF

This ETF is very volatile in which you will see up and down very frequently.

If you know how to catch its momentum whether this ETF is now at its lowest position or this ETF is now at its highest position, then you can take very good profits in short-term investment.

Swing Trading in Private Bank Bees ETF

Swing trading means that you have invested your investment for a week or at most 15 days and you are expecting a good return.

If you understand chart reading or any indicator very well, then you can easily make a profit of 4% to 5% in 10 to 15 days through swing trading.

Private Bank Bees ETF is a volatile asset, all types of investments can be made in it.


As we know investing in any ETF means that you are investing in the index of a sector.

We all know that an index always moves in a growing position because investing money in the ETF means that we are not buying a particular stock, we are investing money in all the good stocks of a sector at the same time.

We do the same thing in Private Bank Bees ETF also. We buy the stocks of all good banks through an ETF.

Due to this, we can get very good profits in future. But remember that before making any kind of investment, you should do market research properly so that you can get a good profit and avoid losses.

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