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My Age is 31 Years and i want to start mutual fund Investment till retirement i want to invest 16000 per month please suggest portfolio.... Read More...
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Is there any insurance plan with SIP in mutual fond and suggest for best one Read More...
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$Franklin India Ultra Short Bond Fund Super Institutional Plan - Direct-Growth where I can buy this fund mycams, kfinkart ,paytm money are not offering this AMC Read More...
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paytm money as well Read More...
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https://youtu.be/rkKOWtL4BGQ STP is not useful for lump sum investment in mutual funds Read More...
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liquid fund gives me better return than savings account, plus the liquidity Read More...
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What is the view on kotak standard multicap considering it's AUM, whether it will give similar performances.@InvestSmart Read More...
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$Kotak Standard Multicap Fund-Direct-Growth there is no doubt in that Fund is definitely Good and can be considered be for investment with 5 to 7 years horizon. But if you ask about AUM then way MF industry is going and way the inflow in MF is increasing month on month ..5 to 7 years down the line AUM of every Fund will have Huge increase in AUM..i think we should leave that on Fund Manager and AMC. Just Focus on choosing right set of funds and Invest regularly. Read More...
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Good fund. Keep investing in it for long time Read More...
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Please suggest mutual funds for saving through retirement corpus @20 lakhs in various catagories to meet inflation in lumsum with % .. Read More...
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always try to diversify your portfolio. as the saying goes, "never keep your eggs in the same basket". you can start off with multicap & largecap funds. i recommend starting SIPs in small amounts then as tym goes u cn increase the amount gradually. since you are aiming at retirement & presuming it is a long term goal you can start SIPs in Multicap funds. in lump sum you can definitely go for Multicap, Large & Midcap funds. Read More...
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Expense ratio changes AUM wise !#Sensex Read More...
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How Compounding works in Mutual Fund:- In growth funds the concept of compounding works notionally. They invest in stocks and keep selling and buying and any profits go towards adding the value of units and losses deduct its value. Suppose a fund starts with the corpus of Rs. 100 crore and after doing miscellaneous transactions its value adds Rs. 15 crore in profits after adjusting expenses and losses, and its corpus grows up to Rs. 115 crore (presuming no fresh contribution or redemption) then the NAV of the underlying units would appreciate as much, that is by 15%. If you had purchased a unit at Rs. 10 then its NAV will grow to Rs 11.5. If you redeem your return will be 15%. Suppose you keep the units and these double in NAV in 6 years then your return will be 12% compounded. If the value doubles in 5 years that is equivalent to 15% return. If it doubles in 4 years the return will be equivalent to 18% compounded. Read More...
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