HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund

Mid Cap
High Risk
Launch Date: 04-01-2010
AUM: ₹35583 Cr
Assets under management (AUM) is the total market value of the investments that a person or entity manages on behalf of clients. Assets under management definitions and formulas vary by company.
NAV: ₹67.26
0.73%
NAV, or Net Asset Value, is the value of an investment fund’s assets minus its liabilities. It is calculated by dividing the total value of the fund’s assets by the number of outstanding shares. It is used as an indicator of a fund’s performance and can be compared to its previous NAVs.
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18.1% Annual returns
Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund
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Fund Definition: Exposure to mid-cap equities & equity related instruments
HDFC Mid Cap Opportunities Fund

HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities is a well established mid-cap fund. This fund was launched on 5 January, 2010 and has been in operation for 13 years and 7 months. The assets under management (AUM) of HDFC Mid Cap Opportunities Fund as of 31st July 2023, are ₹3,217,9.19 Cr and the current NAV is ₹54.068.

Over the last 1-year period, the fund has generated a commendable return of 19.88%. Furthermore, since its inception, it has managed to deliver an average annual return of 13.24%

Highlights of the HDFC Mid Cap Opportunities Fund:

  • HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund aims for consistent ability to generate returns.
  • It primarily allocates its assets to sectors such as Financial Service Activities, Pharmaceuticals, Machinery & Equipment, Chemical Products, Rubber & Plastics Products.
  • The fund's top 6 holdings are Trent Ltd., AU Small Finance Bank Limited, The Indian Hotels Company Ltd, Federal Bank Limited, TVS Motors Co Ltd., IndusInd Bank Limited
  • These carefully chosen holdings reflect the fund's approach of investing in companies with potential for growth and value creation.
  • HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund is suitable for investors who are looking to invest money for around 2 to 3 years and seeking higher returns.
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Asset Allocation
As on 30/04/2024
Equity holding
Cash holding
Sector Allocation
As on 30/04/2024
Others
18.92%
Financial
18.08%
Healthcare
9.52%
Automobile
8.03%
Services
7.36%
Capital Goods
6.66%
Technology
5.41%
Energy
5.4%
Materials
3.35%
Construction
2.36%
Consumer Discretionary
2.35%
Metals & Mining
2.28%
Chemicals
2.11%
Diversified
1.8%
Textiles
1.17%
Consumer Staples
0.76%
Communication
0.71%
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AUM (Assets under management)
As on 30/04/2024
Equity:
₹31,282.75 Cr
MMI & Others:
₹896.44 Cr
Debt:
₹0 Cr
Fund Manager(s)
As on 30/04/2024
Nishit Dholakia
Funds Managed
10
(7 Equity, 0 Debt, 3 Hybrid)

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Net Asset Value (NAV)

The present cost of a single unit of a fund, calculated by dividing the total net assets of the fund by the number of outstanding units.

Assets Under Management (AUM)

AUM refers to the collective value of investments, including money, and other assets, overseen by a financial firm or fund manager on behalf of clients. It illustrates the extent of funds managed and the decision-making responsibility of the company.

Fund Manager

A professional who is responsible for taking the investment choices and for the management of a portfolio of assets within a fund.

Systematic Investment Plan (SIP)

SIP involves regularly investing fixed amounts at specified intervals to accumulate wealth over time. (An instrument known as SIP Calculator assists in estimating potential returns.)

Equity

A class of assets representing ownership in a company. When you buy shares or stocks, you become the partial owner. If the company grows and profits go up, your shares can become more valuable, giving you a chance to make money.

Debt

Debt is when an entity like a government borrows money and agrees to pay back the borrowed amount with interest over time.

Relative Strength Index (RSI)

 RSI is a tool that measures how fast prices change. It helps to figure out when markets are getting too high or too low

Debt Fund

A fund that invests in debt instruments, like bonds and money market securities.

Large Cap

In the Indian stock market, large cap firms are that own major share values in the market. They typically rank among the top 100 listed companies, indicating their established and financially resilient status.

Mid Cap

Mid cap companies fall between large cap and small cap firms in terms of market capitalization. This suggests they hold moderate total share value and balance growth potential with a presence on the Indian stock exchange.

Small Cap

Small cap companies have relatively lower total share values and often rank outside the top 250 listed firms. They signify emerging or specialized players in the Indian stock market, offering higher growth possibilities alongside associated risks.

Money Market Funds

Investment funds that focus on short-term debt securities, designed to provide stability and liquidity to investors.

Asset Allocation

Asset allocation is when you split your investments into different types, like funds, shares and bonds, to lower risk and improve your financial goals.

Money Fund

A fund type investing in short-term debt instruments, like treasury bills and commercial paper. These funds are deemed low-risk investments.

Non-Current Assets

Business-owned assets not easily convertible into cash within a short timeframe (a year). Non-current assets usually encompass long-term investments such as bonds and stocks, tangible assets like property, and intangible assets such as patents and copyrights.

Frequently Asked Questions
HDFC Mid Cap Opportunities Fund
The AUM of HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund is ₹3,217,9.19 Cr.
The NAV of HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund as of July 31, 2023 is ₹54.068.
Since inception, it has achieved an average yearly gain of 13.24%.
HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund Returns:
1 year: 19.88%
3 year: 26.85%
5 year: 13.09%
10 year: 19.10%
Since Inception: 13.24%
With an operational history of over 13 years, the HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund has demonstrated its ability to generate consistent returns. Its average annual return of 13.24% since inception highlights its track record of delivering solid performance over the long term.
Investors seeking a reliable option for mid-cap exposure, consistent returns, and potential growth should consider the HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund as a promising choice within their investment strategy.
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