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I am investing 22000pm in MF via SIP. Sundaram Select Midcap-5000, Tata Infra 4000, SBI Global Magnum 6000, Reliance Power Sector-1000, Birla Midcap-1000, Birla Infra 1000, HSBC India Oppurtunities 2000, Sundaram Select Focus 1000, Capex Oppurtunities 1000. I am planing to invest for next 10-15yr . Which are the SIPs I should stop and Which one to start. How is Birla Frontline equity, Icici Emerging equity? Since I have a long term investing idea, is it better to invest in Midcaps now?

Asked by mi ckr, 16 Feb '09 07:18 pm
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See the return too
yourself and decide
Answered by anil garg, 22 Jan '13 02:11 pm

 
  
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Merely increasing many number of SIP's is not the right way, Friend. Do pls hold no more than 5-7 funds,of different hues(eq' diversified, large-cap, mid-cap, etc. Do pls get out of thematic funds like (Infra). Mail back, if you need prof' suggestions at rc_stocks@rediffmail.com
Answered by Ramesh Chordia, 16 Feb '09 09:14 pm

 
  
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Yes you are already having a good diversified portfolio
Answered by Yogesh Kabra, 16 Feb '09 07:22 pm

 
  
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