Boost Your Portfolio with Pharma Power: A Guide to Top-Performing Mutual Funds

Nifty Pharma surged 33% in 2023, and these 4 mutual funds are fueled for even more growth. Get 50% returns in a year with Aditya Birla Sun Life, Nippon India, Tata India, and ICICI Prudential Pharma funds. Invest for explosive gains!
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The pharma sector is experiencing robust growth. The Nifty Pharma index rose by 33.61 percent in 2023, and it has gained nearly 5 percent from January till May 29. Similarly, the BSE Healthcare index increased by 36.97 percent in 2023.

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Pharma - Pharma

In light of the pharma sector's growth, Sharekhan, a stock brokerage firm, has recommended four pharma funds to investors. These mutual funds cater to those interested in investing in pharma sector companies, with all four funds allocating 80 percent of their funds exclusively to pharma stocks. Additionally, they invest in stocks of hospitals and medical companies, providing approximately 50 percent returns within a year.

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The four Pharma Funds are:

The recommended pharma funds are:

  1. Aditya Birla Sun Life Pharma & Healthcare Fund

  2. Nippon India Pharma Fund

  3. Tata India Pharma And Healthcare Fund

  4. ICICI Prudential Pharma Healthcare and Diagnostics Fund


Aditya Birla Sun Life Pharma & Healthcare Fund:

As of January 25, the NAV of the first fund is Rs 26.7, with a total fund value of Rs 585 crore. It has yielded returns of 50.14 percent in the last year, and SIP has provided investors with a return of 33.2 percent.

Nippon India Pharma Fund:

The NAV of the second fund is Rs 448, with a fund value of Rs 6470 crore. It has returned 48.59 percent in the last year, and SIP investors received returns of 31.13 percent.

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Pharma Stocks - Pharma stocks

Tata India Pharma and Healthcare Fund:

The NAV of the third fund is Rs 27, with a fund value of Rs 760 crore. It has given returns of 46.05 percent in the last year, and SIP has provided investors with a return of 30.66 percent.

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ICICI Prudential Pharma Healthcare and Diagnostics Fund:

The NAV of the fourth fund is Rs 30.4, with a fund value of Rs 3360 crore. It has yielded a return of 51.98 percent in one year, and SIP has given investors a return of 33.47 percent.

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