Omkeshwar Singh, head, Rank MF, (external link) a mutual fund investment platform, answers your queries:
Shashank Mall: I have started investing in SIP since 2017 with Rs 10000. Today I invest Rs 25000 in SIP intending to increase to Rs 30000.
My funds are distributed as following:
UTI bank & finance service G- 1 Lakh
I have been advised to reinvest 7500 each in the following while keeping others intact with no further contribution:
Please give your opinion on this.
Omkeshwar Singh: All funds are decent, however the advice that you have received is also very sound, and the same can be executed.
N Bhakta: My age is 56 years. I have the following investments in MF through SIPs. Kindly advise me, details below:
Omkeshwar Singh: These are good funds, please continue.
Snehal Bhikule: Following is my current Investments:
Please suggest me some good fund to invest in lump sum & additional SIP of Rs 10,000 for next 10-15 years.
Omkeshwar Singh: There are already 12 funds, its too many, no need to add any funds .
Additional investment can be done in these funds only
MADHUKAR GOODELLI: I am 42. I started investing in the following funds in SIP for the last 3 years. Presently, i am investing 50,000 per month.
1. Axis small Cap Fund-10000
2. Navi Nifty 50 index Fund-5000
3. Navi NASDAQ 100 Fund of Fund-1000
4. Mirae Asset Large Cap Fund-3000
5. Kotak Flexicap Fund-10000
6. Kotak Emerging equity Fund-5500
7. ICICI Prodential asset allocation fund-2500
8. Navi Nifty Next 50 Index fund-8000
9. SBI Large & Midcap Fund- 5000
My goal for the next 15 years is 5 crores (retirement). Please may give your suggestions whether any changes are required in funds and amount to be invested.
Omkeshwar Singh: These are sufficient funds, don’t add any further. In 18 years (3 previous and next 15 years) it is possible to achieve the target!
Viren Gandhi: Below are my SIPs:
1) Mirae Asset Emerging BlueChip Fund- Rs 2,500 from Jan 2017
2) Kotak Flexi Cap Fund- Rs 2,500 from Jan 2017
3) Motilal Oswal Flexi Cap Fund- Rs 3,000 from April 2017
4) L&T Midcap Fund – Rs 3,000 from April 2017
5) SBI Small Cap Fund- Rs 2,000 from Jan.2018
6) DSP small Cap Fund- Rs 2,000 from Jan.2018
Should I continue/ rebalance my portfolio. Also want to add one more SIP of up to Rs 5,000. Kindly guide.
Omkeshwar Singh: Please continue, no need to add any more funds, the additional investment can be made in these funds only
Arun: I am 37 years old and have below MF in my portfolio:
I am planning to invest further 10K. Can you please suggest some good funds which can yield a good return?
Omkeshwar Singh: There are already too many funds, no need to add further! Additional amount can be increased in same funds
Rajesh Kumar Singh: My current age is 44 and my current monthly take home salary is 1.40 lakh per month. Please review my investment and suggest me is my current investment is okay or I am investing wrong way. After 7 years I want Rs 60 lakh for my daughter higher studies
after next 7 years I want Rs 60 lakh for my son’s studies and after my retirement how can get Rs 3 crore after 60 years of age.
Omkeshwar Singh: SIP of Rs 15000 will create a corpus of Rs 21 lakh and in next 7 years also the same amount (since the corpus is taken out in 7th year).
The SIP amount needs to be much higher!
Rajesh R: My colleague suggested me to invest in 10,000 for 120 months in ICICI Prudential Freedom SIPs
ICICI Prudential Flexicap Fund Growth
Kindly advice on the same.
Omkeshwar Singh: This is fine.
Also would request you to advise what would be good for investing in Mutual Fund. Requesting your advice as I do not have much idea on Mutual fund to be invested with what values, I would be able to invest up to 25k monthly.
Omkeshwar Singh: Below funds can be considered:
Ravindrakumar: Dear Sir, First of all I would like to thank you for valuable guidance to people for free. Sir I am 47 & would like to invest one time 30K FD in mutual investment & also 100 to 500 SIP for 5-7 years for my daughter & son 13 & 7 years. Please guide me & also teach me how to select mutual funds.
Below funds can be considered:
For Selection of mutual funds, look at the portfolio of the scheme and if it looks fine than the margin of safety needs to be determined. If this is difficult to ascertain take the help of AMFI registered mutual fund distributor.
Nitin Upadhyaya: I am investing in direct growth fund in the following funds since 2017 with long term horizon. Could you please confirm if the selection of funds and allocation is good? Also, if I want to invest 20k more, which fund should I invest in?
Omkeshwar Singh: These are good funds and the further investment can be done in these funds only, no need to add any more funds
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