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Dear anujtan, your both existing funds are expected to generate better returns in long term. indian index funds are not a good option for wealth creation for long term investors in current si...
19 hrs ago
Dear aruporacle, you can not achieve 9% tax free returns in debt funds without taking calculated risk. look at following debt funds with time horizon of 12-18 months: icici pru long term fu...
19 hrs ago
Dear auporacle, all 7 funds are expected to generate good returns in long term ( 8-10 years ). keep watch on last 2 funds ( expected to underperform when bull run accelerates ). try to inc...
20 hrs ago
Dear bharaj12, motilal oswal multicap 35 fund is aggressively managed ( having 18-19 stocks only ) largecap oriented fund and its performance is excellent. this fund is good option for invest...
21 hrs ago
Dear karim19, sbi magnum tax gain fund is largecap oriented fund & you can expect above average returns in long term. you may continue to hold this fund & review again after 1 year. for agg...
3 days ago
Dear harmeetsingh51, investment in following elss funds may be better rewarding with lesser volatility. - axis long term equity fund - franklin india tax shield fund. opt for dividend pa...
6 days ago
Dear jkjainu, performance of all your 6 funds have been good. you may continue to invest in all these funds & add more in any of these funds. if you want to add new fund, canara robeco emergin...
8 days ago
Dear sunamb, icici pru advantage fund is among good options for long term investment of retirement corpus for conservative / first time investor....
9 days ago
Dear domp_1985, aum of 4 of your 7 funds has crossed 10000 crores. these funds may generate average/above average returns in future with lower volatility for aggressive returns, you may con...
10 days ago
Dear thenbuv, balance funds of tata, icici, reliance etc.pay dividends monthly ( subject to availabilty of profits ). you decisions should not be based on monthly dividend criteria but on the...
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