|Fund Type||Open Ended|
|Benchmark||NIFTY 500 TRI|
|Asset Size(Cr)||4157.41 (As on Feb 28, 2019)|
|Fund Manager||Miten Lathia , Rakesh Vyas|
|Min SIP Investment||500|
|Min Addl Investment||1000|
|Exit Load||1 % For 365 Days|
- Returns for less than one year are Absolute, and those for more than one year are Annualised (CAGR).
|Fund Name||Ratings||1 Yr Rtn.||3 Yr Rtn.||5 Yr Rtn.|
|IDFC Sterling Value Fund (G)||141.28%||52.52%||30.56%|
|Invesco India Contra Fund (G)||7.14%||17.58%||20.3%|
|Kotak India EQ Contra Fund (G)||11.04%||16.93%||15.14%|
|Tata Equity P/E Fund (G)||-13.02%||15.27%||20.9%|
|Reliance Value Fund (G)||4.45%||14.69%||16.9%|
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Launched on February 01, 1994, HDFC Capital Builder Value Fund is an open-ended growth scheme, managed by the fund managers of HDFC Mutual Fund. It is an equity plan falling in the multi-cap fund’s category according to which it has investments in companies across different market caps. The HDFC Capital Advisors believe that this fund is an outperformer in its category and possesses the capacity to provide the best returns for financial growth.
The suitability of HDFC Capital Builder Fund Growth is for those who are seeking capital appreciation over a long term and want to invest predominantly in the equity stocks to ensure high worth of invested capital. They must have medium to high risk-bearing capacity as equity schemes are volatile in nature and may lead to losing the investments in the case of the market downturn. If you find this fund suitable for your investment needs and want to gain some essential details about the same prior to investing, then you must take a glance at its synopsis as presented hereunder.
The primary objective of the scheme is to achieve capital appreciation in the long run. It is a growth-oriented plan which tends to provide regular growth to the investors in order to accomplish their financial goals. The scheme has a net Asset Under Management (AUM) amounting to Rs.1,437.71 crore as on February 28, 2017, which depicts its market holding till date. The investors who desire to invest in this plan need to park a sum of Rs.5000 as the initial lump sum investment amount for the new investors, and Rs.1000 for the current investors.
The SIP purchase in HDFC Capital Value Fund can be made with an amount of Rs.500 only payable on a recurrent basis. The loads associated with the scheme make it highly cost-effective as there are nil rates for entry, and 1% for exit which is chargeable only if the investments are redeemed within one year of purchase. The total expense ratio of the scheme for a regular plan is 2.46%. The benchmark against which its performance is evaluated is NIFTY 500, and it is currently managed by a renowned fund manager Mr Miten Lathia who has keen experience in managing funds and makes sure that the best opportunities are grabbed to provide highest possible returns to the investors.
The scheme has made well-diversified investments in the best-performing sectors and companies. The majority of 96.56% of the total assets has been invested in the equity-oriented securities, while the remaining has been parked in the debt funds. The average market capitalisation of the scheme is Rs.44,316.07 crore.
The sector allocation of HDFC Capital Builder Value Plan Growth can be well depicted from the allotment graph which shows that the majority of the funds has been parked in the financial, services, energy, technology, healthcare, and diversified sectors. The top holdings of the scheme include HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Reliance Industries, State Bank of India, Infosys, Tata Motors, and Grasim Industries. These all are well-known entities for their growth potential and promise to provide the industry-best returns. Hence, it can be concluded that the scheme will definitely produce the desired returns for the purpose of building wealth.
The scheme is an outperformer in its category for a long time and has offered tremendous returns until now. The average returns of the scheme since its inception are 14.76%. The absolute annual returns of the scheme in the past five years have been appreciable and reached up to 51.90% in the year 2014. The annualised returns of the HDFC capital builder value fund growth are 21.4 and 18.2 percent respectively. One can compute the returns on this plan before investing using the SIP calculator so as to make sure that fund is suitable for one’s income requirement.
Moreover, the scheme has outperformed its category and benchmark many a time by offering exceptional profits. It holds the ‘Third’ position in the ‘Diversified Equity Mutual Funds’ category for the quarter which ended in December 2016. This is evident that the scheme holds a substantial position in the market as per its past performance.
It is well-known to everyone that the past records are not evident for the future performance of the schemes, and thus we recommend that you must take a look at the portfolio concentration of the scheme as provided below.
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