The asset management company HDFC is one of the leading AMCs in India and is regulated by the bank of the Housing Development Financial Corporation. Many investors have invested in several of the fund’s investment opportunities over the past two decades.
Most of their mutual funds are highly qualified and have had impressive returns over the years, including the popular HDFC Top 100 Fund and the HDFC Hybrid Equity Fund.
Investment funds are open-ended investment funds that invest in a combination of large, medium and low market capitalization measures for the purpose of long-term capital appreciation. Investors who are looking for high returns and can take the risk resulting from market fluctuations can choose these investment funds.
Investors looking for fixed-income investment options can choose HDFC mutual funds because they invest primarily in high-quality debt securities that offer a guaranteed return over time.
HDFC Hybrid Mutual Fund:
Hybrid mutual funds invest in a combination of stocks and debt instruments. The tilt towards one of the asset classes determines the risk of the investment portfolio. If you have a moderate risk appetite, you may want to consider investing in these mutual funds.
Here may be a list of the official documents required to validate the identity and address of an investor:
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