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Mutual Funds investors' corner

For everyone who, apart from investing time,energy and money in preparation, also like to invest a bit in equity and mutual funds for the future...lets share tips,advise and news here

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  • Hdfc most safe
    IPS in making
  • Reliance small cap fund annual returns approximately 40%.
  • Diversify, spread your savings across small and mid caps, large caps, multi caps and balanced funds. 4-6 funds ought to be enough. All of these should be in SIP mode, spread them out over the entire month, it'll help you gather funds in case you're short, and save from sudden market crashes. Save a little for occasional small lump sum investments into close ended funds in times of dips.

    For specific recommendation of funds, i usually go by CRISIL star ratings, usually those funds will be relatively safe in times of market crises..
  • mitraark said:

    Diversify, spread your savings across small and mid caps, large caps, multi caps and balanced funds. 4-6 funds ought to be enough. All of these should be in SIP mode, spread them out over the entire month, it'll help you gather funds in case you're short, and save from sudden market crashes. Save a little for occasional small lump sum investments into close ended funds in times of dips.

    For specific recommendation of funds, i usually go by CRISIL star ratings, usually those funds will be relatively safe in times of market crises..

    So which brokerage platform do use for your SIPs?
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