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Hello, Yesterday 23rd aug, why Franklin India ultra short term bond fund given negative returns. NAV is decreased than 22nd. Is this showing any sign ? Experts please help... Added this fund to balance the portfolio!! #investsmart #oroadvisory #investmentguru Read More...
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@veerendarkatepalli  can you exactly help us with the NAVs that you are referring. Read More...
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13-Aug-2019
Edleweiss liquid fund - 0.09 expense ratio. Any Views ? Any recommendations for liquid fund... Read More...
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01-Aug-2019
Hello, In recent times every financial experts suggesting to invest in Credit risk funds over Duration funds in debt category due to the cue of reduction in intrest rates.(hint given by Nirmala mam also in recent interview) I am a new investor but parked 6L savings in Franklin India ultra short term bond fund super institutional plan for my funture requirements (10+months). As experts suggesting mix of both credit risk and duration funds 60+40% respectively. Due to DHFL issue this trend started. What would be the new strategy recommend for me, shall I follow the mix ? Please help me? Read More...
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01-Aug-2019
@veerendarkatepalli  We are in favor of duration as the credit risk is too high Read More...
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20-Jul-2019
Am planning to invest 3L lumpsum in debt fund, time horizon I am not sure at this point (7-8 months for sure) Confused to choose between ultrashort term and liquid fund (returns are a little good in ultrashort fund) Already invested 2L lumpsum in Franklin India ultra short term bond fund, and parked 90k in liquid fund for less duration. It's been 3+months in Franklin fund , so am little biased towards it.. Shall I invest in Franklin fund ? Or liquid fund category ? Any other recommendations? Thanks in advance 🙂 Read More...
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20-Jul-2019
@veerendarkatepalli  You can go with  $Franklin India Ultra Short Bond Fund Super Institutional Plan - Direct-Growth  or you can go with P2p investment option offered by Orowealth where you will get a return of 12% per annum. You can register using the following link https://p2p.orowealth.com. You can contact us for more details to connect@orowealth.com with your contact details so we can schedule a call for the same  Read More...
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14-Jul-2019
Mirae asset NFO midcap Please share your views.. My portfolio currently don't have any midcap category.. Is it advisable to register and invest Thanks in advance! Read More...
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14-Jul-2019
Avoid New Funds.. Go for existing Funds which has good past performance record. Read More...
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11-Jul-2019
I want to invest 90k for 1month duration. Any fund suggestions? Read More...
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11-Jul-2019
@veerendarkatepalli  you can invest in  $HDFC Liquid Fund - Direct Plan - Growth Option or  $Franklin India Ultra Short Bond Fund Super Institutional Plan - Direct-Growth or in new P2P option of Orowealth where you will get 0.96% for one month return(12%per annum) You can register using the following link https://p2p.orowealth.com/ , for more info you can contact us at connect@orowealth.com  Read More...
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03-Jul-2019
Planning to invest 1L in low risk debt fund as lumpsum, time horizon 8 to 12 months. Already invested 2L lumpsum in $Franklin India Ultra Short Bond Fund Super Institutional Plan - Direct-Growth Shall I invest this 1L in the same fund or any recommendations ? Thanks in advance Read More...
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03-Jul-2019
@veerendarkatepalli  Yes you can invest in  $Franklin India Ultra Short Bond Fund Super Institutional Plan - Direct-Growth or you can go with Orowealth's new P2P investment option where you will get 12% yearly return, you can register for it using the following link https://www.liquiloans.com/int/orowealth and for more information, you can write to us at connect@orowealth.com  Read More...
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01-Jul-2019
I am investing in large,mid,small cap funds, 1 in each category (ELSS and debt too) Am unable to decide whether to include multicap fund or not in my portfolio ? Team, please help me on this.. Read More...
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02-Jul-2019
@veerendarkatepalli  If you are already investing in all the categories then investing in a multi-cap fund is not required. Read More...
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28-Jun-2019
What should be the proper mix/percentage of allocation in large,mid,small,debt etc for fresh investors looking forward to invest for a long time horizon say 20years ? I am planning to invest 15k per month , what will be the good mix of funds? Read More...
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28-Jun-2019
Equity 70% Debt 30% Equity LARGE CAP 50% MIDCAP 20% SMALL CAP. 30% Read More...
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28-Jun-2019
$Axis Long Term Equity Fund - Direct Growth $Axis Bluechip Fund - Direct Plan - Growth I am doing sip in Axis long term equity ELSS , planning to invest in Axis Blue chip large cap fund. Observed asset of allocation of both funds are common around 30%, do you recommend me to invest in Axis blue chip fund ? Please help me. Thanks in advance Read More...
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28-Jun-2019
@veerendarkatepalli  Yes you can invest in  $Axis Bluechip Fund - Direct Plan - Growth  Read More...
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