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30-Nov-2018
IDFC tax advantage fund (ELSS) not performing well. Should I switch to another ELSS fund? Already investing in ABSL tax relief 96, Axis long term and DSPBR tax saver to met 80C conditions. @InvestSmart plz advise #MutualFund Read More...
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30-Nov-2018
Increase your investment in $Aditya BSL Tax Relief'96 Fund- (ELSS U/S 80C of IT ACT) - Growth-Direct Plan and $Axis Long Term Equity Fund - Direct Growth Two fund is enough for ELSS. Stop investment in $DSP Blackrock Tax Saver Fund - Direct Plan - Growth and $IDFC Tax Advantage (Elss) Fund-Growth-(Direct Plan) Read More...
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10-Oct-2018
Already investing in DSP black rock equity opportunities fund 5000 sip as a large cap fund. other SIP are also there like ELSS, Small cap, Mid cap etc. Should I stop SIP in DSP BR equity opportunities fund and start sip in ICICI Pru Bluechip fund? Plz guide🙏 Read More...
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14-Oct-2018
Plz comment Read More...
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08-Oct-2018
To invest in large cap, should i stop sip in DSP black rock equity opportunities fund and start in Icici prudential Bluechip fund rather? please guide. Read More...
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09-Oct-2018
it all depends on asset allocation and your portfolio, if u already have large cap fund and due to market scenario u want to shift will not make sense. you will need to take holistic approach. Read More...
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14-Aug-2018
Want to invest in Small cap fund for long duration. Which mutual fund is the best, HDFC small cap or L&T emerging buisness fund? please guide #MutualFunds Read More...
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14-Aug-2018
invest in both equally Read More...
31-Jul-2018
#MutualFunds for long term investment like 10 to 15 years, which mutual fund should I select smallcap, midcap or largecap? risk apetitte is moderate. already investing in 2 ELSS, HDFC balanced fund, DSPBR equity opportunities fund. Read More...
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ELSS is as per tax requirement. As per current market you can invest up to 50% in Large cap and remaining in mid cap and small cap as you have long term horizon. #MutualFunds  Read More...
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