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Best Multicap Mutual Funds

Multi-cap funds invest in stocks across Large, Mid & Small market cap based on the view of the Fund Manager. This flexibility to switch between sectors and stocks belonging to any market capitalisation allows the fund manager to take advantage of a larger pool from which to build and manage the portfolio and deliver returns. Minimum investment in Equity & Equity-related instruments for Multicap funds is 65% of total assets. Multicap funds are a good way to take exposure to broader market and are suitable for investors with a moderate risk appetite. Read More
In the table below you can see for every Multicap fund the Quality of Portfolio and Performance colour-coded. You will get important data like 3/5/9 years Rolling and Past returns, AUM, NAV etc You can sort the list on any of these to find the best Multicap funds.
Multicap Mutual Funds as on Jul-2020

Fund Name

NAV (Rs.)
AUM (Cr.)
Returns Since inception
Returns
Is it a Sahi Mutual Fund?

Past

Avg Rolling
Quality
Performance
33.42 27,976
11.7
11 Sep' 09
-6.15
2.77
7.75
12.24
13.88
15.32
16.61
13.07
Very Good
Very Good
555.41 18,495
17
01 Jan' 95
-18.02
-1.44
3.6
7.79
12.29
13.82
14.05
19.05
Risky
Not Good
24.28 9,830
15.4
28 Apr' 14
-5.96
0.26
6.3
0
13.38
13.95
11.61
0.00
Somewhat Good
Not Good
143.08 9,750
13.4
01 Aug' 05
3.58
6.09
6.98
11.05
12.74
13.72
13.64
13.77
Very Good
Somewhat Good
668.17 9,648
21.1
27 Aug' 98
-6.03
0.22
6.78
11.26
12.95
13.43
13.48
17.57
Somewhat Good
Not Good
527.52 8,265
16.6
29 Sep' 94
-8.34
-0.81
3.51
9.93
12.43
13.65
14.31
18.36
Somewhat Good
Not Good
44.75 7,825
10.6
16 Sep' 05
-8.6
1.43
6.5
10.95
12.24
12.27
11.57
11.59
Somewhat Good
Not Good
76.16 6,954
14.2
28 Mar' 05
-22.52
-3.54
0.49
8.24
13.79
15.36
15.34
15.77
Risky
Not Good
11.78 5,976
6.39
17 Nov' 17
1.38
0
0
0
7.71
0.00
0.00
0.00
Very Good
NA
254.12 4,869
13.3
01 Oct' 94
-13
-0.35
4.64
9.41
11.98
12.81
12.71
16.54
Somewhat Good
Somewhat Good
82.55 4,377
15.3
28 Sep' 05
-9.05
-2.27
2.52
10.74
14.75
16.55
17.83
17.96
Somewhat Good
Not Good
39.42 3,414
11
07 Jun' 07
1.05
4.47
7.51
9.92
12.48
13.04
12.76
12.55
Very Good
Somewhat Good
28.34 3,186
15.8
28 May' 13
13.13
10.99
11.21
0
16.03
14.17
13.77
0.00
Very Good
Somewhat Good
75.36 2,189
14.2
16 May' 05
-7.57
-0.02
3.81
8.64
11.46
12.75
13.22
13.34
Somewhat Good
Not Good
135.15 2,107
16.7
16 Sep' 03
0.9
6.12
7
10.23
12.05
13.26
13.32
14.48
Very Good
Not Good
10.25 1,528
1.35
06 Sep' 18
-1.54
0
0
0
3.45
0.00
0.00
0.00
Very Good
NA
10.45 851
2.87
21 Dec' 18
-2.25
0
0
0
0.10
0.00
0.00
0.00
NA
NA
44.28 846
12.8
17 Mar' 08
-3.15
-0.62
4.43
12.76
17.47
18.83
19.78
18.58
Somewhat Good
Not Good
91.48 742
14
12 Sep' 03
-5.57
-0.61
3.19
6.64
8.26
9.61
10.39
11.62
Somewhat Good
Not Good
129.20 608
13.8
25 Oct' 00
-7.46
-0.42
6.18
11.11
12.35
12.03
10.92
13.10
Somewhat Good
Not Good
*Based on the Fund’s Ranking within its Category
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FAQs

  • What are Multi-cap funds?
  • Multi-cap funds invest in stocks across Large, Mid & Small market cap. Minimum investment in Equity & Equity-related instruments is 65% of total assets.
  • Who should invest in Multi-Cap Funds?
  • Multi-cap funds maintain have a diversified portfolio that holds stocks across market capitalization and sectors. Thus, they are a good way to take exposure to broader equity segment. Investors who want to take benefit of the huge growth potential of mid and small cap stocks, should rather invest in Multi-cap funds. This will help them avoid the huge risks associated with small cap stocks.
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