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sanjeevram

Up! Up! Up!
Adept
Guys I've just started investing for the 1st time and I've decided to go with MF's by starting two SIP's of 2000 p.m each. I'm 28 years old right now and was thinking of getting one SIP with high returns and one with moderate around 9-10 %. Could you good selves please suggest me 2 such MF's to start investing with? Thanks in advance :)
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raksrules

Well-Known Member
Elite
Guys I've just started investing for the 1st time and I've decided to go with MF's by starting two SIP's of 2000 p.m each. I'm 28 years old right now and was thinking of getting one SIP with high returns and one with moderate around 9-10 %. Could you good selves please suggest me 2 such MF's to start investing with? Thanks in advance :)

How are you assuming one of them will give high and one will give moderate reasons. Don't go by past performance. You cannot predict what will happen.

Edit: Re-read what you had written. You are asking for 2 such MFs, sorry I cannot answer that honestly. Good Luck.
 

goDofWar_skr

Well-Known Member
Adept
Guys I've just started investing for the 1st time and I've decided to go with MF's by starting two SIP's of 2000 p.m each. I'm 28 years old right now and was thinking of getting one SIP with high returns and one with moderate around 9-10 %. Could you good selves please suggest me 2 such MF's to start investing with? Thanks in advance :)

High returns - Any of the blue-chip funds - https://www.etmoney.com/mutual-funds/equity/large-cap/32
Moderate returns - Any debt gilt fund - https://www.etmoney.com/mutual-funds/debt/gilt/66
 

sehajjn

Member
Disciple
I'm not that adept at all these kinds of investments but 80% of my wealth is around 1L cause I'm just is in crypto, taking high risk, this is all the pocket money I have saved, waiting hoping it grows enough so I can buy a 3080 at scalper price
 

Rockfella

Stagnant
Staff member
Guys I've just started investing for the 1st time and I've decided to go with MF's by starting two SIP's of 2000 p.m each. I'm 28 years old right now and was thinking of getting one SIP with high returns and one with moderate around 9-10 %. Could you good selves please suggest me 2 such MF's to start investing with? Thanks in advance :)

Max SIP allowed Rs. 2500 per month.


Axis ELSS.

Some of the best funds don't perform well in some years. If you get 15% ROI over a decade consider that good!
 

becool773

Active Member
Disciple
Guys I've just started investing for the 1st time and I've decided to go with MF's by starting two SIP's of 2000 p.m each. I'm 28 years old right now and was thinking of getting one SIP with high returns and one with moderate around 9-10 %. Could you good selves please suggest me 2 such MF's to start investing with? Thanks in advance :)
Could you good selves please suggest me 2 such MF's to start investing with?
I don't think anyone here is qualified to give you such names. You haven't mentioned your risk tolerance level either. But read about active and passive funds. To simplify it even more read about index funds and large cap funds.
 

Rockfella

Stagnant
Staff member
Could you good selves please suggest me 2 such MF's to start investing with?
I don't think anyone here is qualified to give you such names. You haven't mentioned your risk tolerance level either. But read about active and passive funds. To simplify it even more read about index funds and large cap funds.
Noone is really "qualified" to give these advices anywhere. Folks usually go with the info they have one hand... monitor their fund progress .. make changes as time goes.
 
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becool773

Active Member
Disciple
Noone is really "qualified" to give these advices anywhere. Folks usually go with the info they have one hand... monitor their fund progress .. make changes as time goes.
I meant that one here is a SEBI registered investment advisor.
Nice dp. Squat man squat. Light weight baby.
 

Moks

New Member
Recruit
It's best to invest by yourself - But should spend little bit of time -(1hr a day) -

Option :- 1 - Open small case app & invest in the app directly. ( Rs.100 - Per Script).
Option :- 2 - in Small case - open the bundle which is shown as free and read the stock and percentage split accordingly u do invest in your Demat. ( Re-Positioning happens every Qtr. accordingly u do re-invest.)

Expected an annual return for about 15-25% which is moderate.

All the above things are for the capital which is less than 5Lakh.

If it's more than 5Lakh some other strategies to be used to hedge your positions.

For 2000 u split accordingly and do u r investment ( for Long term ).
 

amanush

New Member
Recruit
Guys I've just started investing for the 1st time and I've decided to go with MF's by starting two SIP's of 2000 p.m each. I'm 28 years old right now and was thinking of getting one SIP with high returns and one with moderate around 9-10 %. Could you good selves please suggest me 2 such MF's to start investing with? Thanks in advance :)
PPFAS Flexi cap fund. They are really good - focus on only one equity fund, has international exposure, regular and quality outreach to unitholders about their rationale.
 
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