Top 10 Stocks Held by Mutual Funds in 2022

Top 10 Stocks held my Mutual Funds Schemes in 2022 in india

If you are investing in direct equity, you might be wondering whether you are investing in the right stock or not. While one need to do their own research while picking up stocks, going for a stock based on recommendation by a friend or based on some telegram channels or some tips on social media could be a disaster. What about considering some experts who are already investing thousands of crores in top stocks? One such parameter could be Top stocks invested by mutual fund schemes in India. In this article, we would detail about Top 10 Stocks Held by Mutual Funds in 2022 in India.

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Top 10 Stocks Held by Mutual Funds in 2022

Here is the list of the Top 10 stocks owned by mutual fund schemes now in 2022.

Stock Name Market Value in Rs Crores
ICICI Bank 65,926
HDFC Bank 61,861
Infosys 57,289
Reliance 53,599
HDFC 30,548
SBI 27,909
TCS 26,705
Bharti Airtel 26,653
Axis Bank 26,073
Bajaj Finance 24,543

Top Stocks Owned by Mutual Fund Schemes now in 2022

Let us get into more info about Top 5 stocks.

#1 – ICICI Bank – CMP Rs 753

ICICI Bank is the second largest private bank in India.

Financial Performance

Company consolidated revenue increased from Rs 118,969 Crores in FY18 to Rs 157,536 Crores in FY22.

Company consolidated profits increased from Rs 9,100 Crores in FY18 to Rs 25,784 Crores in FY22.

Positive Pointers in this company

Strong Revenue growth in the last 5 years

Strong margin growth in the last 5 years

ROE and RoA improving in the last 2 years

Book value per share is increasing in the last 2 years

Negative pointers in this company

Company not able to generate net cash.

Share Price Performance

Last 1 year – 13% returns

Last 3 years – 76% returns

#2 – HDFC Bank – CMP Rs 1,360

HDFC Bank is the largest private sector bank in India.

Financial Performance

Company consolidated revenue increased from Rs 101,344 Crores in FY18 to Rs 167,695 Crores in FY22.

Company consolidated profits increased from Rs 18,561 Crores in FY18 to Rs 38,151 Crores in FY22.

Positive Pointers in this company

Strong Revenue growth in the last 5 years

Strong margin growth in the last 5 years

RoA improving in the last 2 years

Book value per share is increasing in the last 2 years

Company with zero promoter pledge

Negative pointers in this company

RoCE declining in the last 2 years

Promoters decreasing their share holding

Share Price Performance

Last 1 year – minus 10% returns

Last 3 years – 13% returns

#3 – Infosys – CMP Rs 1,450

Infosys is the 2nd largest IT / Technology Services company in India.

Financial Performance

Company consolidated revenue increased from Rs 73,715 Crores in FY18 to Rs 123,936 Crores in FY22.

Company consolidated profits increased from Rs 16,100 Crores in FY18 to Rs 22,146 Crores in FY22.

Positive Pointers in this company

Strong Revenue growth in the last 5 years

Strong margin growth in the last 5 years

Company with no debt

Company with zero promoter pledge

FII / FPIs increasing their stake in the company in the recent quarters

Negative pointers in this company

Promoter decreasing their share holding

Company not able to generate net cash

Increasing non core income in recent years

Share Price Performance

Last 1 year – minus 6.5% returns

Last 3 years – 100% returns

#4 – Reliance – CMP Rs 2,380

Reliance Industries Ltd is India`s largest private sector enterprise, with businesses in the energy and materials value chain.

Financial Performance

Company consolidated revenue increased from Rs 401,626 Crores in FY18 to Rs 736,581 Crores in FY22.

Company consolidated profits increased from Rs 36,021 Crores in FY18 to Rs 67,565 Crores in FY22.

Positive Pointers in this company

Strong Revenue growth in the last 5 years

Strong margin growth in the last 5 years

Company with low debt

Company with zero promoter pledge

Book value per share is increasing in recent times

FII / FPIs increasing their stake in the company in the recent quarters

Negative pointers in this company

Company not able to generate net cash

Share Price Performance

Last 1 year – 13% returns

Last 3 years – 87% returns

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#5 – HDFC – CMP Rs 2,165

Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited was established with the primary objective of meeting a social need of encouraging home ownership by providing long-term finance to households. The principle business of the company is providing finance to individuals, corporates, developers and co-operative societies for the purchase, construction, development and repair of houses, apartments and commercial property in India.

Financial Performance

Company consolidated revenue increased from Rs 79,819 Crores in FY18 to Rs 135,968 Crores in FY22.

Company consolidated profits increased from Rs 7,174 Crores in FY18 to Rs 15,072 Crores in FY22.

Positive Pointers in this company

Strong Revenue growth in the last 5 years

Strong margin growth in the last 5 years

Book value per share is increasing in recent times

Negative pointers in this company

RoCE declining in the last 2 years

Company with high debt

Increasing trend in non core income

Share Price Performance

Last 1 year – minus 15% returns

Last 3 years – minus 4% returns

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9 comments

  • Dr R Kumar

    Based on ” Top 10 Stocks Held by Mutual Funds in 2022″
    Which Mutual Funds will you suggest which have good investments in the above
    Top 10 Stocks Held by Mutual Funds in 2022 and one should invest in those mutual funds. Please suggest those mutual funds.
    My age is 74 , retired doctor.

    • Hello Dr. Kumar, One should always opt for funds based on their financial goals and period of investment. If you can invest for 5 years, go for aggressive funds. If you can invest for 8-10 years, go for index funds or largecap funds.

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  • Kamal Garg

    Is this holding across all the mutual fund schemes by all the fund houses.
    Regards

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