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These 10 stocks including Airtel, HDFC, RIL in the top buying list of Mutual Fund, which sector has increased trust, who made distance

Investment through Systematic Investment Plans (SIPs) stood at 12330 crores in March, which is a fresh high. It is higher by 7.8 per cent on a monthly basis and by 34.3 per cent on an annual basis.

Mutual Fund Strategy: Talking about FY22, Nifty has given 19 percent return on a yearly basis during the whole year. Despite the lockdown, rate hike cycle, inflation, war between Russia and Ukraine, rising commodity prices, supply chain disturbances and weak rural demand, the market has managed to deliver strong returns this year. In FY22, the market was supported the most by DII equity inflow and it stood at $ 26800 million, which is the highest. During this, FIIs pulled out $ 1710 million from the market. If we look at the data for the month of March, mutual fund investors have also continued to invest money in the market in this turbulent market. Investment through Systematic Investment Plans (SIPs) stood at 12330 crores in March, which is a fresh high. It is higher by 7.8 per cent on a monthly basis and by 34.3 per cent on an annual basis.

Mutual fund changed the strategy

In March, mutual funds have changed their strategy. Where metal, tech, oil & gas sectors were prominent in the top buying of mutual funds in the month of February. At the same time, in March, he has increased confidence in capital goods, retail and NBFCs. While some distance has been made from private banks, cement, consumer durables and automobiles.

In which sector the weightage increased, in which it decreased

The sectors where mutual funds have gained the most weightage on a monthly basis include capital goods, retail and NBFCs. Whereas the weightage has decreased, among them are private banks, cement, consumer durables and automobile sectors.

The defensive weights have declined by 10bp to 31.8 per cent, while consumer, healthcare and utilities have also lost weightage. On the other hand, the weightage in technology has increased by 150bp on a yearly basis to 13 per cent in FY22. It has been second in terms of mutual fund allocation in FY22. Talking about the consumer sector, the weightage decreased by 110bp to 6.1 percent in FY22 and it has come from 4th to 7th number in terms of allocation. Talking about PSU Bank, the weightage increased by 30bp to 3.4 percent. While the weightage in cement has come down by 70bp to 2.5 percent.

Increase in value in these shares on a monthly basis

Infosys, Reliance Inds, HDFC Bank, Bharti Airtel, HDFC, Indian Hotels, ITC, Bajaj Finance, ONGC and TCS are among the top 10 stocks in which mutual funds have increased the most on a monthly basis.

The value of these shares decreased on a monthly basis

On the other hand, the stocks that have lost the most on a monthly basis include Avenue Supermarts, Hindalco Inds, CG Consumer Elect., Tata Motors, Max Financial Serv., ICICI Bank, JK Cements, Emami, Vardhman Textiles and Voltas in the top 10. .

AUM increased to 31 lakh crores

The Asset Under Management (AUM) of the mutual fund industry has grown by 20 per cent on an annual basis to Rs 37.6 lakh crore in FY 2022. Equity inflow has been 422100 crores. 135400 crore investment came in ETFs. An investment of 116300 crores came in the balance fund. Whereas investment in income funds has decreased by 128200 crores on an annual basis. Equity AUM (along with ELSS and index funds) grew by 41 per cent year-on-year to Rs 14.4 lakh crore in FY22.

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