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Want to know sector in which mutual funds are interested ?

Buying a stock entails becoming a partly owner of the company. As a partial owner, you must think about the other investors in the company. The shareholding pattern reveals the specific ownership of a company. More significantly, shareholding patterns frequently predict future price movement.

The importance of shareholding pattern, how it impacts shareholders, and stock price movement will be discussed in the following article.

 In general, there are two types of shareholding patterns:

 1. Promoters and Promoter Group: Promoters are the people who founded the business. They can be domestic or international. Promoter relatives who own shares are also included in the promoter group.

 2. Public Group: The public shareholding pattern is made up of stockholders other than promoters. This category includes companies such as FIIS, DIIS, Banks, Money Managers, Mutual Funds, Insurance Companies, and Individuals.

 The term "public shareholders" refers to stockholders who are not promoters. Mutual funds, insurance companies, and investment banks are among the public shareholders. They buy a large number of shares, which has a significant impact on the stock market's movements. They are thought to be well-informed and experienced. As a result, small investors pay attention to their footprints. All of these factors contribute to the importance of mutual fund holdings. As a result, we are providing you with the following sector-by-sector mutual fund position as of 31-June-20:

In the following sectors, mutual funds have increase or made new positions:

 Fund flows into equities resumed on June 21, albeit at a lesser pace than in May 2021, with profit booking being substantial as indices approached all-time highs. In the BFSI industry, investors showed increasing interest in SBl Cards and HDFC Life, as well as other major firms including Indus Towers, Havells India, and JSW Steel.The top three domestic funds have taken new stakes in freshly listed IPOs such as Sona BLW Precision, Dodla Dairy, and KIMS.


 

According to the information provided above, mutual funds are primarily interested in finance, manufacturing, energy, and consumer non-durables.

In the following industries, mutual funds have reduced their holdings:

 Following the trend from the previous month, funds continued to churn their portfolios and record profits in June 2021. Adani Enterprises, Asian Paints, ONGC, Titan, Hindustan Zinc, JSW Energy, and Vodafone Idea were among the prominent names that saw strong sales.


 

 

Mutual Fund holdings on the basis of market capitalization as of June 30, 21:

 During June 2021, funds took new positions in recently completed IPOs and pursued a focused select stock buying strategy in mid-caps. Sona BLW Precision, Shyam Metallics & Energy, and KIMS are three key IPO equities (also included in the mid-cap group) where fresh investments were taken. Indian Bank, Manappuram Finance, Escorts, Shriram Transport Finance, and Amar Raja Batteries are among the other mid-caps that have seen increased buying activity.


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