Why HDFC Dividend Yield Fund?

A consistent dividend payment record shows that the company is well managed and is committed to its shareholders.

A high dividend yielding portfolio means that stocks are priced attractively.

The dividend yield of Nifty Dividend Opportunities 50 Index is at ~3.8%, which is higher than its long term average. It is seen that investors make higher returns if they invest when the dividend yield is relatively high.

Dividends received in the hands of investors directly from companies are taxed at their marginal income tax rate, while the dividend received by an MF scheme is tax free.

HDFC Mutual Fund is the second largest and one of the oldest fund houses in the country, which offers comfort for making a long term investment decision.

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Performance Record

The fund’s Benchmark index - Nifty Dividend Opportunities 50 Index has outperformed the Nifty 50 Index from 2007 to 2020 as seen in the chart.

*Source MFI. Nifty 50 Rebased to 1000