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04-Jan-2019
Generally, people average their cost of purchase by buying in dips. Can we replicate that in mutual funds also because funds like infra, logistics have fallen significantly. I don't think the portfolio held by the fund managers is so hopeless that they will never recover. Please post your opinions friends. Read More...
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04-Jan-2019
Yes, one can do averaging in MFs as well just like equities. Even in stocks it is said don't catch the falling knife, the stock which is beaten badly, which has no sound fundamentals takes a very long time to recover and sometimes it never recovers. Similarly, in MFs sectoral funds are dangerous bets to deal with. There is a cyclical upmove and downtrend in sectors. Infra, metals, pharma, tech etc are such sectors which are cyclical. One has to keep a regular watch on when to enter and when to exit. To average in such sectoral funds it is not a wise thing to do. It's always advisable to avarage MF that are non sectoral non thematic. Read More...
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15-Dec-2018
what is the password for wealthtrust generated CAS that reaches our email? Read More...
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15-Dec-2018
your mobile no. which is use to registration in wealthtrust apps Read More...
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11-Dec-2018
someone please give opinion on reliance small cap. want to invest if the small cap index falls today. Read More...
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11-Dec-2018
It doesn't accept Lumpsum. Read More...
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13-Nov-2018
Any views on Motilal Oswal Nasdaq 100 ETF*? Looks good in terms of returns since 5 years. Thanks. Read More...
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13-Nov-2018
Returns are good, most of the exposure is in Tech companies of USA. more than 35% is in tech sector, should do well in long term.  Read More...
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04-Nov-2018
finally I could make my portfolio public. request advise on what should be done to minimize the funds and folios which are too many for managing. I have posted this early but couldn't make my profile public. so please let me have some opinion. Read More...
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04-Nov-2018
I see few sector based funds in your portfolio. Avoid investing on sector based funds. Read More...
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03-Nov-2018
Please advise on what can be done by a retired person with no pension, no dependents, absolutely no other assets except retirement benefits of less than 50 lakhs. already parked 10% in liquid funds, 10% in axis blue chip, parag, axis long term. What is the best option for getting a return of about 10%pa with lowest risk? Is it safe to invest in a p2p site that promises a return of 14%pa though risk of default by the borrower is on the investor. Can I try some top rated companies for FDs? Scared after il&fs fiasco. Thanks for your time reading this. #Pension Read More...
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04-Nov-2018
if you are 60 years old..go for bonds with 10 year maturity period and regular interest payout. :) low risk and around 10 PC returns... Read More...
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02-Nov-2018
I have bought one lot of ioc (3000 shares at 151 purely focusing on its dividend record. I am now writing a call option of 160 for about 2 rupees assuming it does not touch 160/-. If it closes above 151, i can sell the 160 call option again next month and so on. Even if it falls to 100 (unlikely), I will still be making a little money selling 150 or 155 call option. Any suggestions on improving this idea are most welcome. Read More...
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02-Nov-2018
hv u taken any trading classes Read More...
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02-Nov-2018
I have too many folios and overlapping investments in mutual funds and it is getting really difficult to manage. Tried some paid services also but none are satisfactory. Any fee based advisor here? Read More...
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02-Nov-2018
post your schemes here, we can recreate your portfolio with 3/4 schemes. Along with schemes please mention your goal(amount) and the time horizon so that experts can suggest you. Read More...
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02-Nov-2018
Why do we so much advise on the merits of SIP when it does not sound logical. For instance, what if our sip date was 2nd of every month. we would have bought it today for a higher nav. instead, will it not make more sense to buy every day the related index falls. If my monthly investment is 10k, there will at least 4-5 days when it falls from the previous close. we can wait till 2.50 pm and then log in to fundhouse website and switch from liquid fund to the fund of our choice. I am very puzzled as to why sip is advantageous compared to lumsum mode. any experts may please elaborate. Read More...
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02-Nov-2018
Point what you have raised its completely right..Lumpsum mode is actually more beneficial as compared to SIP. But when Lumpsum is advisible? thats the question. At initial stage it is suggested to go in SIP mode as normal people at initial stage are not aware about Market behavior, what are large cap, mid cap, small, what is Equity/ Debt, what is Bull phase, Bear phase etc etc. But when you start understanding all the above points..you reach intermediate level..at that point one can start investing Lumpsum in tranches whenever there is a market dip. Read More...
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