This is my second thread in TJ... First one is on Premium Eating strategy in BNF options... which I am not able to do much nowadays... due to my job engagement during the day... currently market is highly volatile... VIX hitting 19-20 continuously which needs continuous position...
1st scenario: I buy xyz mutual fund using Sip on 1st jan by giving 1st time rs 5000 and after that rs 1000 every month.Now 1st day of every month rs 1000 will be deducted from my account.
2nd scenario:I buy xyz mutual fund using investing minimum lumpsum amount rs 5000 on 1st jan rather than...
My age is: 31, I have 7 SIP accounts whose details given below.. Would like to seek expert advice on how these are performing and whether need for stop and switch to new funds. All are monthly 4k investments.
DSP BlackRock Small and Mid Cap Fund (G) - Start Dt: 12-Sep-2014 -...
I have below mentioned mutual fund (SIP and lump sum) and their amount. Can anyone please verify if my portfolio looks good or do i need to add/remove any mutual fund.
DSP BlackRock Small and Mid Cap Fund (G) 1000
Franklin India Smaller Companies Fund (G) 1000
Suppose I am planning to invest in ELSS plans and i already have the money which i need to invest.
So should i go for SIP or Lump sum? I have heard people talking and suggesting about the lump sum? But i have few questions.
SIP would be great option if you don't have the funds...
I request your assistance in building a new SIP MF portfolio. I am closing of my Home loan in March and thus freeing up around Rs. 1.1 Lakhs/month.
My plan is to start SIP in 4 or 5 MFs for Rs. 1.0 Lakhs/m
My long term goals are (taking the higher spectrum):
Hi Friends, this may be a simple question to ask but couldnt understand the below concept in SIP
(a) Power of compounding
(b) Rupee average cost
Please some one provide me link or explain with example.
Lets say in case of Bank FD after each year we get interest and that interest is added to...
Hi, I am 26 yrs old unmarried person my income is 60k per monthI have bank account with SBI and want to invest into mutual funds and stocks.
Current Investment :
1. SBI Gold ETF
(a) Mode of Investment : SIP
(b) Duration : 36 months, Status Now : 19/36
(c) Amount : 1000/- pm
2. SBI Pharma...
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