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@InvestSmart - Good Morning Sir. could you help me knowing which is better fund fr below. 1. Jm core 11 fund OR 2. Icici prudential blue chip fund I know as per your portfolio, ICICI is recommended, but could you help me know the reason or I can go ahead woth JM core. Awaiting your kind reply. Read More...
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@InvestSmart - I will invest as per below portfolio advised by you plus one additional Parag Parikh long term equity fund direct growth plan. Will it do? Tysm. Read More...
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Yup it shall do.. But Would suggest you to replace $Invesco India Contra Fund - Direct Plan Growth and add $Parag Parikh Long Term Equity Fund-Direct-Growth in place of it. And thanks for sharing my post again. #diversifiedportfolio it shall help many 😊✌️ Read More...
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11-Mar-2019
@InvestSmart - Sir, May I request you to, please check my profile attached for your review and help me knowing if everything is good? Apart from these my wife has below SIP's. each SIP with approx 4000 ruppes. 1. Axis long term equity fund 2. Motilal oswal multicap 35 3.Sbi small cap. Do you think i should invest in axis multicap fund as the NAV is very less and has a better prospects. Many thanks in advance. Read More...
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11-Mar-2019
All Funds in your Wife portfolio are Good. Your portfolio has more exposure towards Mid and small caps.. would advise you to Stop investing is $DSP BlackRock Equity Opportunities Fund-Direct-Growth (Not Good) and start investing in $ICICI Prudential Bluechip Fund - Direct Plan - Growth (Large cap). And Now about adding $Axis Multicap Fund Direct Growth ... You already have one good performing Multicap fund $Kotak Standard Multicap Fund-Direct-Growth ..Stick to this fund and keep Investing in same fund. Never ever go by NAV price.. always remember Percentage growth more important rather than NAV Price. Read More...
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10-Mar-2019
@InvestSmart - Sir May i request you to answer my question below. suppose i have 10 lakh rupees saving and a home loan of 15 lakh. should i invest in mutual fund for long term or repay 10 lakh rupees out of 15 lakh. Eagerly waiting for your answer as you have an amazing knowledge. Read More...
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10-Mar-2019
Prepay your Loan first..and currently its not the right time for Lumpsum Investment.. Go ahead with Loan repayment. And keep your SIPs on too..and once the loan is repaid completely increase your SIP amount in existing funds.. and incase if market falls and you have Lumpsum amount at that point infuse them in existing funds. Always remember Lumpsum only advisable when there is a market crash..Best thing is SIP or STP.. Stick to Basics. Read More...
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05-Mar-2019
How much Mutual Fund Manager takes profit. it is just the expense ratio they take i. e 1 or 2 percent as per the fund. Read More...
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03-Mar-2019
UTI Treasury Advantage Fund - Direct growth plan. Is it good to invest in SIP? How much can i expect if i want to invest it for 20 + years? Read More...
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