Investors with high risk appetite to hold HSBC Advantage India FundInvestors can retain their investment on HSBC Advantage India Fund as the performing is improving.
25 May 2008
Investors can retain their investment on HSBC Advantage India Fund as the performance is improving. The funds portfolio comprises of over 25 per cent investment in medium and small-cap stocks (less than Rs 7,500-crore market cap).
The track record of the fund is little over two years and it is looking to invest in hot themes in the Indian growth story.
The fund is suitable for the investors who can take high risk. It performance of the fund is par with the performance of diversified funds with a large-cap bias, such as HDFC Top 200 and DSPML Top 100 equity.
As the fund being more focused on blue-chip stocks, it could ease benefit in the event of bounce back of the market. The mid-cap stocks were among the worst affected in the first 3-4 months of 2008.
The investors with a low-risk appetite may consider switching to HSBC Equity Fund considering its longer track record.