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YOGESH KUMAR APURWA

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04-Dec-2018
I have three multicap fud in my port folio no mid cap and one lumpsum large cap and a small cap. I want to ask that to which fund I switch to large cap fund or shall I have to add a mid cap fund or need to do some more changes?? Read More...
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1 large cap is enough. You can change one of the multicap to mid cap, rest is fine for now. You may start a sip in another small cap too. All this should be for a horizon of more than 7 years Read More...
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27-Nov-2018
What should I do now its in red as I have always seen this colour regularly, any good persons good advice? please suggest. Here in reliance all amount is a lumpsum and remain all are sip. Read More...
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First you need to answer few counter questions : 1. When did you start investing in these funds? 2. How did you select them? 3. What were your expectations from these funds? Read More...
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21-Nov-2018
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Good fund for short term Read More...
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You can go with franklin Read More...
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13-Nov-2018
how someone can increase amount of running sip. If like stop and start then what to do with the amount which is accumulated during the time. Andwhat to do if any sip/fund is not performing going negative. Read More...
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13-Nov-2018
Start a new SIP of the amount you want to increase in the same folio of the fund where you are investing. there are always option of starting a new SIP in the same fund folio on the mutual fund app or internet site. and regarding the fund performances post the specific fund name here on wealth trust, people will help you Read More...
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21-Aug-2018
please suggest a debt fund for long term . Read More...
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