When it comes to mutual fund, Franklin Templeton Investments needs no introduction as this renowned fund house gave birth to Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) in India when it launched the same in 1996. Soon after, other Asset Management Companies (AMCs) followed suit by launching their respective SIPs.
Franklin India Opportunities Fund, launched by Franklin Templeton Investments in 2000, is suitable for investors wanting long-term capital appreciation. As an open-ended diversified growth scheme, it aims to appreciate the capital by leveraging the growth opportunities emerging from the Indian economy.
- The fund picks sector or stocks on the basis of four themes- Companies with operation in areas wherein India has a massive advantage, global competitive Indian companies with the ability to benefit from the opportunities available around the world, undervalued companies, and companies that are capable of making gains from the opportunities prevalent in a growing economy.
- The fund is designed for investors looking to leverage the growth opportunities by concentrating the exposure across select sectors and themes within a time frame of 3-5 years.
- The fund can be suitable for investors with varied risk profiles and investment styles.
Type of fund-Open-ended
Category-Equity Multi Cap
Minimum investment required- Rs 5,000
Minimum Additional Investment- Rs 1,000
Minimum Investment in SIP- Rs 500
Minimum Withdrawal- Rs 1,000
Exit Load-1% for redemption within a year
Return since launch-16.56%
NAV as on date- Rs 55.83 per unit
Assets-More than Rs 500 cr
Average market capitalisation-49,341
Most recent dividend- Rs 1.75 per unit
Top Ten Holdings
|Company||PE||% of Assets|
|Larsen & Toubro||26.96||4.01|
PE-Price Earning Ratio
Price Earning Ratio is a tool to calculate the market price of a stock with respect to its earnings by making a comparison between the market price per share and earning per share.
Now, you have got the required information to decide whether you would like to subscribe to Franklin India Opportunities Fund or not. Look at the long-term performance of the fund, and make a correct assessment of your risk profile before taking a call on associating with the most popular fund house.