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I am investing 1000 Rs per month in this Mutual funds, DSP Merrill Lynch Balanced Fund - Growth - Regular,DSP Merrill Lynch T.I.G.E.R. Fund - Growth,HDFC Top 200 Fund - Growth Plan,HSBC Equity Fund - Growth,K Balance Unit Scheme 99,RELIANCE GROWTH FUND GROWTH PLAN,,RELIANCE REGULAR SAVINGS FUND - EQUITY PLAN - GROWTH OPTION,,Magnum Global Fund - Growth,TATA Equity Opportunities Fund - Plan B (Appreciation),TATA INFRASTRUCTURE FUND - GROWTH OPTION...1. How my portfolio looks like?2. What more should i add in my portfolio.

Asked by sweta jain, 14 Jun '08 03:05 am
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are yaar raat me tumhe tumhare
sabal ka koi jabab nahi dega
serf mare sbay
mujhe to raat bhar neend nahi aati
per tum kny jaag rahi ho








Answered by rahul ciku, 14 Jun '08 03:15 am

 
  
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Good thinking strategy.Some other good funds are sbi magnum contra fund,standard chartered premier equity fund,kotak opportunities fund.Also try investing in some good elss funds like sbi magnum tax gain,principal personal tax saver
Answered by Mohan, 14 Jun '08 08:26 am

 
  
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Answered by G Gulati, 14 Jun '08 03:47 am

 
  
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good one,you can get the information -pl.read capital market or dalal street and invest accordingly
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 14 Jun '08 03:24 am

 
  
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Do you know that a monthly investment of just 5000 rupees in a well performing mutual fund or ULIPs can yield One Crore in 15 years and 4.6 crores in 20 years. (Presuming returns at 25% per annum compared to 50+% returns by top 15 Mutual Funds in last five years).

Another Example. A typical Money back Insurance policy says Put 10K per year for 10 years. Five years after last installment, You will get 2.2 Lakhs Back( LIC MONEY BACK SCHEME). Good Offer?? Think Again!!. SAME MONEY invested in a quality MF or ULIPs for the SAME TIME can give you more than 20 LAKHS (presuming same investments as above). Surprised?? A little COMMON SENSE and CARE can GROW your HARD EARNED MONEY rather than make your Advisor RICH.

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Answered by indrajit dutta, 14 Jun '08 11:40 am

 
  
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One thing MISSING IS THAT ALL YOUR INVESTMENT ARE ONLY IN MUTUAL FUND, which should not be the case. Your Life Insurance is not seen in this Porfolie which is a must. IF INCASE OF ANY MISHAPE ONLY UR INVERSTED MONEY AT NAV WILL BE GIVEN BACK, WHAT ABOUT LIFE....ADD THIS TO AND BE MORE SECURE TOWARDS UR FAMILY.
Answered by mayur sampat, 14 Jun '08 03:50 am

 
  
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you always want to diversify your money to different stocks, however, its not the same case when it comes to funds. You have to remember that funds themselves are also diversifying your money. A lot of the fund may be be choosing the same stocks to invest in. So, just becuase you have many funds, you may not be as diversified as you think you are. You need to carefully screen the funds to ensure that they don't overlap. example, if you invest in 10 funds and most of those funds invested in only 5 companies or less, then what do you have? You do not have much diversification, although it looks good on paper.
I look at small, medium and large cap funds and then I look at funds that are high risk (fluctuates highly), medium risk and low risk. I spread my money across these areas. What precentage to spread in each, really depends on you and how much risk you are willing to take. Also, look to see how these funds have performed in the past 3, 5 and 10 years. Ensure that thye are consistan ...more
Answered by Lal, 14 Jun '08 03:34 am

 
  
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