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Kotak Standard Multicap Fund Review

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Kotak Standard Multicap Fund

In this section, we are going to fund review Kotak Standard Multicap FundIis a diversified fund, a diversified equity mutual fund, which can invest in stocks across different market capitalization.   

Age of the Fund:  

The fund was launched on 1st Jan 2013. Despite being an early fund, the fund has been able to survive in various bull and bear cycles. It has performed considerably well in tough time period, despite being new.  

Risk and Risk Adjusted Return of the Fund:  

Risk is an important factor to consider before investing. A vigilant investor always assesses their risk profile before investing. It will give you an idea of how to choose the right combination of assets in order to minimize the risk and maximize the returns. Multicap Mutual funds are ideal for those investors, who are quite aggressive investor, as the risk associated with these funds is moderately high. So, before investing in this fund, one must calculate the risk associated with this fund.    

Kotak Standard Multicap Fund
 

 

Expense Ratio of the Kotak Standard Multicap Fund:  

Expense ratio plays an important and crucial role in deciding your mutual fund returns. Higher the expense ratio, lesser will be mutual fund returns. The only way to judge your expense ratio is to measure it with other ones in their category. It will give you an idea, how expense ratio impacts your returns compared to other ones. The expense ratio of the Kotak standard Multicap fund is 0.87%  

Fund   Expense Ratio  
Axis Focused 25 Direct   0.65% 
SBI Focused Equity Fund   0.97% 
Canara Robeco Equity Diversified Fund  1.03% 
Edelweiss Multicap Fund   0.63%  

 

Top Holdings of the Firm:   

Let’s look at the top holdings of the firm:  

Fund   Sector  
ICICI Bank LTD   Banks  
Reliance Industries LTD   Refineries/Marketing  
HDFC Bank LTD   Banks  
Axis Bank LTD   Banks  

 

*Mutual fund investments are subject to market risks. Please read the scheme information and other related documents carefully before investing.

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