Top 5 Mid Cap Mutual Funds Schemes Which Gave Good Return To Investors In Last Five Years. Read Full List Here


Top 5 Mid Cap Funds: New year 2022 is about to begin. And if you have not done any financial planning for your future till now, then there can be no better time for you than the new year. On the new year, by investing in Mutual Funds through Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) in the market, you can do financial planning for yourself and make a lot of money for yourself.

Speculations are being made for the stock market to touch new heights and even as the market is falling, domestic funds are continuously increasing their investments. Hence not much correction is expected in the market. In such a situation, investors can expect excellent returns on investment in Mid Cap Funds of Mutual Funds. Today we will tell you about five such best Mid Cap Funds which have performed well so far and are expected to give better returns in future also. You can invest in these funds through Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) and shape your future.

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Let’s have a look at five such Mid Cap Funds

1. PGIM India Midcap Opportunities Fund Direct-Growth

PGIM India Midcap Opportunities Fund Direct-Growth is one of the best Mid Cap funds. In the last three years, this fund has given investors an average annual return of more than 37.37 per cent. And since the fund’s launch in 2013, it has given an average return of 21.48 per cent.

  • PGIM India Midcap Opportunities Fund Direct-Growth has given a return of 68.84 per cent in 1 year.
  • This fund has given a return of 37.37 percent in 3 years.
  • In 5 years, the fund has given a return of 24.94 percent to the investors.
  • Its NAV (Net Asset Value) as on December 16 is Rs 47.85 per unit.

2. Motilal Oswal Midcap 30 Fund – Direct Plan

Motilal Oswal Midcap 30 Fund – Direct Plan is also considered one of the best Mid Cap Funds. Ever since the fund was launched, it has given an average annual return of 22.77 per cent.

  • Motilal Oswal Midcap 30 Fund – Direct Plan has given a return of 58.84 percent in 1 year.
  • This fund has given a return of 24.85% in 3 years.
  • In 5 years, the fund has given a return of 17.30 percent to the investors.
  • Its NAV (Net Asset Value) as on December 16 is Rs 49.68 per unit.

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3. Quant Mid Cap Fund – Direct Plan

Quant Mid Cap Fund – Direct Plan is also counted in Top Mid Cap Funds. The fund has given an average return of 17.26 per cent since inception.

  • Quant Mid Cap Fund – Direct Plan has given a return of 61.79 percent in 1 year.
  • This fund has given a return of 30.77 per cent in 3 years.
  • In 5 years, the fund has given a return of 23.23 percent to the investors.
  • Its NAV (Net Asset Value) as on December 16 is Rs 127.20 per unit.

4. Axis Midcap Fund – Direct Plan

Axis Midcap Fund – Direct Plan is also counted among the top Mid Cap Funds. This fund has given a return of around 21.33 per cent since inception.

  • Axis Midcap Fund – Direct Plan has given a return of 43.84 percent in 1 year.
  • This fund has given a return of 27.60 per cent in 3 years.
  • In 5 years, the fund has given a return of 24.89 percent to the investors.
  • Its NAV (Net Asset Value) as on December 16 is Rs 77.83 per unit.

5. Nippon India Growth Fund – Direct Plan

Nippon India Growth Fund – Direct Plan has also given great returns to investors in recent years. This fund has given a return of around 76.55 per cent in one year and on an average since launch, this fund has given a return of 17.73 per cent.

  • Nippon India Growth Fund – Direct Plan has given a return of 48.83 percent in 1 year.
  • This fund has given a return of 25.57 per cent in 3 years.
  • In 5 years, the fund has given a return of 20.37 percent to the investors.
  • Its NAV (Net Asset Value) as on December 16 is Rs 2188 per unit.

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