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10 equity mutual fund schemes that gave best returns in January

The benchmark Nifty TRI was down 2.23 percent in January but around 55 equity mutual fund schemes gave positive returns.Here is a list of the best performers

February 14, 2021 / 07:57 AM IST
In January 2021, the benchmark index Nifty TRI was down 2.23 percent, but around 55 equity mutual fund schemes gave positive returns. While analyzing, we considered only schemes with assets under management (AUM) of over Rs 500 crore. Let us see in the slides, top ten performing funds of January. (Data Source: ACE MF).
In January 2021, the benchmark index Nifty TRI was down 2.23 percent but around 55 equity mutual fund schemes gave positive returns. While analysing, we considered only those schemes whose assets under management (AUM) were more than Rs 500 crore. Here are the top ten performing funds of January. (Data Source: ACE MF).
UTI Transportation & Logistics Fund-Reg(D) | The scheme has gained 5.33 percent during the month of January 2021. As of February 10, its net asset value (NAV) was Rs 123.66.  The scheme investing predominantly in equity and equity-related securities of companies engaged in the transportation and logistics sector. The fund has 98.79% investment in Indian stocks of which 63.28% is in large-cap stocks, 15.54% is in mid-cap stocks, 11.94% in small-cap stocks.
UTI Transportation & Logistics Fund-Reg(D) | The scheme gained 5.33 percent in January 2021. As of February 11, its net asset value (NAV) was Rs 123.43 The scheme predominantly invests in equity and equity-related securities of companies engaged in the transportation and logistics sector. The fund has 98.79% investment in Indian stocks, of which 63.28% is in large-cap stocks, 15.54% is in mid-cap stocks, 11.94% in small-cap stocks.
Mirae Asset Midcap Fund-Reg(G) | This is a fund that invests in medium-sized companies. Compared to those that invest in larger companies. Fund has 99.51% investment in Indian stocks of which 17.09% is in large-cap stocks, 60.78% is in mid-cap stocks, 18.03% in small-cap stocks.
Mirae Asset Midcap Fund-Reg(G) | The scheme gained 3.73 percent in January 2021. As of February 11, its net asset value (NAV) was Rs 16.23. The fund invests in medium-sized companies. It has 99.51% investment in Indian stocks—17.09% is in largecaps, 60.78% is in midcap and 18.03% in smallcap stocks.
Franklin India Flexi Cap Fund(G) | Fund has 95.18% investment in Indian stocks of which 68.28% is in large-cap stocks, 10.92% is in mid-cap stocks, 6.34% in small-cap stocks.
Franklin India Flexi Cap Fund(G) | The scheme gained 3.19 percent in January 2021. As of February 11, its net asset value (NAV) was Rs 787.18. The fund has 95.18% investment in Indian stocks, 68.28% of it in largecaps, 10.92% in midcaps and 6.34% in smallcap stocks.
Kotak Small Cap Fund(G) | Fund has 98.01% investment in Indian stocks of which 2.15% is in large-cap stocks, 16.94% is in mid-cap stocks, 73.28% in small-cap stocks.
Kotak Small Cap Fund(G) | The scheme gained 3.17 percent in January 2021. As of February 11, its net asset value (NAV) was Rs 112.76. The fund has 98.01% investment in Indian stocks—2.15% is in largecap stocks, 16.94% is in midcaps and 73.28% in smallcap stocks.
SBI Contra Fund-Reg(D) | Fund has 94.31% investment in indian stocks of which 49.6% is in large cap stocks, 6.37% is in mid cap stocks, 29.42% in small cap stocks.
SBI Contra Fund-Reg(D) | The scheme gained 2.51 percent in January 2021. As of February 11, its net asset value (NAV) was Rs 388.37.
IDFC Infrastructure Fund-Reg(G) | Fund has 98.94% investment in indian stocks of which 35.89% is in large cap stocks, 14.74% is in mid cap stocks, 42.24% in small cap stocks.
IDFC Infrastructure Fund-Reg(G) | The scheme rose 2.44 percent in January 2021. As of February 11, its net asset value (NAV) was Rs 17.64. The fund has 98.94% investment in Indian stocks of which 35.89% is in largecaps, 14.74% is in midcaps and 42.24% in smallcap stocks.
SBI Consumption Opp Fund-Reg(D) | Fund has 97.25% investment in indian stocks of which 25.74% is in large cap stocks, 24% is in mid cap stocks, 36.13% in small cap stocks.
SBI Consumption Opp Fund-Reg(D) | The scheme gained 2.29 percent in January 2021. As of February 11, its net asset value (NAV) was Rs 196.65.
UTI Infrastructure Fund-Reg(D) | Fund has 99.55% investment in indian stocks of which 59.73% is in large cap stocks, 20.28% is in mid cap stocks, 15.33% in small cap stocks. The fund investing predominantly in equity and equity-related securities of companies engaged either directly or indirectly in the infrastructure areas of the Indian economy.
UTI Infrastructure Fund-Reg(D) | The scheme has gained 2.28 percent during January 2021. As of February 11, its net asset value (NAV) was Rs 71.51. The fund predominantly invests in equity and equity-related securities of companies engaged either directly or indirectly in the infrastructure areas of the Indian economy.
Mirae Asset Great Consumer Fund-Reg(G) | Fund has 99.77% investment in indian stocks of which 53.05% is in large cap stocks, 21.18% is in mid cap stocks, 16.2% in small cap stocks.
Mirae Asset Great Consumer Fund-Reg(G) | The scheme gained 1.90 percent in January 2021. As of February 11, its net asset value (NAV) was Rs 45.59. The fund has 99.77% investment in Indian stocks—53.05% is in largecap stocks, 21.18% is in midcaps and 16.2% in smallcap stocks.
PGIM India Midcap Opp Fund-Reg(G) | Fund has 96.11% investment in indian stocks of which 2.53% is in large cap stocks, 51.05% is in mid cap stocks, 31.76% in small cap stocks.
PGIM India Midcap Opp Fund-Reg(G) | The scheme gained 1.88 percent in January 2021. As of February 11, its net asset value (NAV) was Rs 30.88. The fund has 96.11% investment in Indian stocks, of which 2.53% is in largecaps, 51.05% is in midcaps and 31.76% in smallcap stocks.
Moneycontrol News
first published: Feb 14, 2021 07:57 am

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