QUANTITY column value displays how many shares owned by particular fund.
Once you invest in a mutual fund(s), the managers of the fund invest your money in stocks and bonds. VALUE column is the latest value of total investment in particular stock by the mutual fund scheme.
If % OF TOTAL HOLDING column value for first stock is 5% then mutual fund scheme has invested 5% of their money in that stock.
At the same time, these investors should also be ready for possibility of higher losses in their investments.
VIP or Value averaging investment plan works on a principal that, you should invest more when markets are going down and should invest less when markets are at the peak.
If 1M CHANGE column value is 4% for that stock then it means, fund has increased its holding from 1% in previous month by 4% and now current holding is 5%.
If 1Y HIGHEST HOLDING column data says 5.5%, May-18, that means mutual fund scheme had highest investment in particular stock in May-18 and weight of that holding was 5.5%.Now for the growth option, today's mutual fund price (NAV) will be 120, so all profit/loss reflects in price of the fund.Whereas for the dividend option some amount out of Rs 20 profit may be given back to investor in form of dividend and today's NAV will be lower than 120.If number of stars are higher then relative performance was better.You can read more about ranking methodology here This number represents how much money has been invested in these funds.However if right most red scale is selected, then there is high risk of negative returns on your investment.