Mutual Funds – ICICI Prudential Infrastructure Fund- Retail Plan & UTI Infrastructure Fund

ICICI Prudential Infrastructure Fund- Retail Plan

icici prudential mutual fundIt is an open ended equity diversified fund by ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund. Asset size of the fund is Rs 2814.68 Cr (30 June 2011). Fund started on 16 August 2005. Rs 5,000 is the minimum investment. Fund’s one year return is (-22.2) %. Nifty’s one year return is (-18.3) %. 2008 was an awful year for global stock markets. Nifty gave a negative return of 51% in the year. Fund also gave a negative return of 51.7% in that period. 2009 was a terrific year for Indian stock markets. Nifty gave 75% return in the year. Fund gave a return of 64.7% in that period. Fund gave 9.8% and 2.1% annualized return in the last five and three years respectively.

Bharti Airtel, Reliance Industries, Oil & Natural Gas Corporation, ICICI Bank, Bharat Heavy Electricals, Cairn India, Sterlite Industries (India), State Bank of India, Power Grid Corporation of India, Kalpataru Power Transmission, Corporation Bank, Tata Steel and Punjab National Bank are the top holdings of the fund. Banking/ Finance, Oil & Gas and Engineering are the main sectors preferred by the fund. 91.5% of amount is invested in equities. 52 week high and low of NAV is Rs 33.13 and Rs 24.09 respectively. NAV of the fund closed at Rs 25.600 (20 October 2011).

 

UTI Infrastructure Fund

uti infrastructure fundsIt is an open ended equity diversified fund by UTI Mutual Fund. Asset size of the fund is Rs 2749.79 Cr (30 June 2011). Fund started on 7 April 2004. Rs 5,000 is the minimum investment. Sanjay Dongre is the fund manager. Fund’s one year return is (-27.4) %. Nifty’s one year return is (-18.3) %. 2008 was a gruesome year for global capital markets. Nifty gave a negative return of 51% in the year. Fund also gave a negative return of 56.6% in that period. 2009 was a superb year for Indian capital markets. Nifty gave 75% return in the year. Fund gave 62.7% return in that period. Fund gave 3.2% annualized return in the last five years.

Larsen & Toubro, Bharti Airtel, ICICI Bank, Reliance Industries, Coal India, Bharat Heavy Electricals, Jindal Steel & Power, Axis Bank, State Bank of India, Oil & Natural Gas Corporation, Infrastructure Development Finance Company and NTPC are the top holdings of the fund.  Engineering, Oil & Gas and Banking/Finance are the main sectors preferred by the fund. 96.37% of amount is invested in equities. 52 week high and low of NAV is Rs 38.71 and Rs 26.10 respectively. NAV of the fund closed at Rs 27.450 (20 October 2011).

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