Top 5 Stocks of large cap Mutual Fund Schemes.
Large cap stocks are the most recognized stocks. They have the largest market capitalization. Comparatively, they are less volatile than mid and small-cap stocks, which mean even their returns, will not grow exponentially.
Large-cap companies cannot shut down overnight as they have been around longer. They represent the top 100 companies in the country’s economy.
Top 5 stocks of Large Cap companies as on Nov 2022.
|ICICI Bank Ltd.||Financial – Private Bank|
|HDFC Bank Ltd.||Financial – Private Bank|
|Reliance Industries Ltd.||Multination Conglomerate|
|Infosys Ltd.||Information Technology|
|Housing development finance corporation ltd.||Financial – Housing|
ICIC Bank with a market capitalization of ₹6,39,583 Cr. In the last 6 months, promoter holding in the company has almost stayed constant, and even mutual fund holding has stayed constant in the last 3 months.
HDFC Bank With a market cap of ₹8,41,038 Cr, is the largest private bank, the subsidiary of Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC). With a dividend yield of 1.02%
Reliance Industries with a market cap of ₹17,12,742 Cr, is Mostly ranked No.1. Stock has been generating a better return on equity than bank FD. With a dividend yield of 0.32%. Have a diversified business across sectors.
Infosys Ltd with a market cap of ₹6,32,320 Cr. The company is the 2nd largest IT company after TCS. Offers good dividend with 2.06%.
Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd With a market cap of ₹4,55,677 Cr, with a dividend yield of 1.19%, it engages in financing by way of loans for the purchase or construction of residential houses, commercial real estate, and certain other purposes, in India.
Large-cap stocks are more expensive because of their size. Large-cap stocks are safer investing as they don’t fluctuate rapidly. Investors want stable and steady returns over a period of time Large-cap stocks can be their style of investing.
Disclaimer: The above stocks are for research purposes and not a recommendation of stocks.