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Search Results: Equity Funds with highest Churning

Fund Name NAV Turnover Ratio Asset Class
Sundaram Value Fund Series VII 11.17 155.97 Equity - Mid-cap
Kotak Equity Savings Fund 13.07 150.03 Equity - Savings / Income
Kotak Classic Equity Scheme 47.01 140.45 Equity - Large-cap
HDFC Sensex ETF 3340.61 137.84 Equity ETFs
HDFC Nifty ETF 1039.75 135.40 Equity ETFs
Tata India Pharma & Healthcare Fund 8.51 93.82 Equity - Pharma & HC
Sundaram Infrastructure Advantage Fund 34.48 93.00 Equity - Infrastructure
Sundaram Value Fund - Series II 15.40 87.35 Equity - Mid-cap
Kotak Nifty ETF 102.92 84.83 Equity ETFs
Sundaram Long Term Tax Advantage Fund Series - I 12.92 81.87 Equity - ELSS
Total Results : 1-10 / 387 (As On: 30-Sep-2017)
Turnover Ratio: A measure of portfolio churning, the portfolio turnover ratio (PTR) is obtained by dividing its total sales or purchases (excluding cash), whichever is less, by its average monthly assets during the year. Higher churning indicates that fund manager was actively buying and selling the securities during the period. It will cause higher transaction cost which is not desirable unless superior asset selection yields benefits that offsets the transaction cost. Low PTR may mean that the transaction cost is lower but may also indicate the passive response of the fund manager to the dynamic investment scenario.