@Ankit Gupta

Ankit Gupta

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11-Feb-2019
Hey, I am 31 year old working with a PSU. Currently I have a surplus of ~50K per month which I am investing in various MFs via SIP. My current SIP allocation is as follows: TATA Consumer India Fund 9000 Mirae Asset Emerging Bluechip Fund 8000 Motilal Oswal Multicap 35 Fund 7000 HDFC Mid-Cap Oppurtunities Fund 6000 Axis Focused 25 5000 Franklin India Feeder US Fund 4000 Axis Bluechip Fund 3500 Franklin India Smaller Companies Fund 3000 Invesco India Contra Fund 3000 I do not this money on short term and I am ready to hold these funds for long term (> 10 years). Can any one please review this SIP allocation and advise How can I optimize/ reallocate SIP to achieve better returns? Read More...
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11-Feb-2019
Dear ankit my personal advice to you if you hold for long term then avoid so many funds, choose only 3-4 fund is good enough. As i can see you are influenced by current returns % of fund like mirea, axis, motilal, franklin & invesco.. Will be better if you go for quality and healthy returns, as i can see hdfc midcap, tata india consumer fund, Axis focused 25 are good but other than these aren't. I suggest you hdfc small cap, franklin india prima fund, Reliance largecap with your selected good funds.. Read More...