Mutual Fund Comparison: Nippon India Power & Infrastructure Fund vs Nippon India Consumption Fund

The Nippon India Power & Infra Fund and the Nippon India Consumption Fund, both managed by Nippon India Mutual Fund, represent specialized investment avenues within the Indian market. The Power & Infra Fund targets companies in the power and infrastructure sector, while the Consumption Fund focuses on consumer goods and services companies. 

Attribute Power & Infra Fund Consumption Fund
Fund Name Nippon India Power & Infra Fund – Growth Nippon India Consumption Fund – Growth
Inception Date 10-May-04 06-Oct-04
Category Sectoral/Thematic Sectoral/Thematic
Fund House Nippon India Mutual Fund Nippon India Mutual Fund
NAV (05th June, 2024) ₹ 330.6837 ₹ 190.444
Expense Ratio 1.94% 2.36%
Fund Size (Cr) ₹ 5043.02 ₹ 769.25
Portfolio Turnover Ratio 41.00% 49.00%
Risk-O-Meter Very High Very High
Top Holdings Reliance Industries Ltd., National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd., Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Bharti Airtel Ltd., ITC Limited, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.
Tax Treatment Long-term capital gains tax of 10% if sold after one year. Short-term capital gains tax of 15% if sold before one year. Long-term capital gains tax of 10% if sold after one year. Short-term capital gains tax of 15% if sold before one year.

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Strategies

Aspect Power & Infra Fund Consumption Fund
Investment Approach Sectoral/Thematic Sectoral/Thematic
Sector Focus Power and infrastructure Consumer goods and services
Risk Profile Very High Very High
Suitable For Investors with advanced knowledge of macro trends Investors with advanced knowledge of consumer trends

Growth and Returns

Period Power & Infra Fund Consumption Fund
1 Year 40.79% 40.92%
3 Year 96.55% 96.55%
5 Year 190.02% 190.02%
Since Inception 1804.44% 1804.44%

Portfolio Composition

Power & Infra Fund:

Category Percentage
Large Cap 43.45%
Mid Cap 17.81%
Small Cap 15.41%

Consumption Fund:

Category Percentage
Large Cap 57.85%
Mid Cap 17.54%
Small Cap 8.16%

Risk Ratios

Risk Measure Power & Infra Fund Consumption Fund
Standard Deviation High Low
Beta High Low
Sharpe Ratio Better Better
Treynor’s Ratio Better Better
Jensen’s Alpha Better Better

 

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