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Dear Readers

Greetings from myinvestmentideas.com.

I am getting several emails asking for investment advices on Suresh@myinvestmentideas.com. While I would be responding them individually, these would not reach other readers. I am getting questions from people which are general in nature and I am trying to answer the same questions to several investors. To avoid this, I am taking new initiative which would help readers. This is "Suggest a topic" option on the menu bar. If you have any topic which is not covered here, you can leave a comment with little detailed description on what you are looking for which you could not find on this website. I would start publishing the articles based on these topics as early as possible.

Thanks Manju Fernandes from Dubai who is asking for NRI investment advices and Ravi Gupta who is asking to write about best demat accounts in terms of low charges. I am starting this topic with these two.

Regards

Suresh
Best Investment Options in India @ myinvestmentideas.com

793 comments

  • Akshay Kumar Jain

    Sir

    My annual income is not above taxable income for individual.  

    I would like to invest 2000 rs monthly in mutual fund through sip.

    Should I invest in elss or any other mutual fund.

    Regards

  • sudhakar

    an article about bitcoins……please…

  • Kalpana

    Since bank interest rates are going down, can you please suggest an article about debt mutual funds in the present scenario where interest rates might not go down further?

  • Rejeesh C R

    Can you publish a review on IPO of ANI Integrated Services Limited and pulz electronics

  • Shashank Aggarwal

    Hi Suresh,

    Its indeed a fantastic blog and the work you aree doing.

    I wanted your opinion on the best Index Fund. As Warren Buffet puts it, for investors who dont have the time and skills to invest, best place to put money is into an Index Fund. Hence, want your opinion on which funds are the best Index Funds. 

    Also came across this specific NFO called DSPBR Equal 50 Nifty Fund where the Fund Manager tries to best the Nifty 50 benchmark index by allocating monies not in the same ratio as market cap of Nifty but more weightage in smaller stocks of Nifty which are growing more than the biggies which are growing more stable. 

    Please let me know your overall thoughts and help us shortlist the best Index Fund for a 7-8 year market cycle. I look forward to your insights to help passive investors who do not have the time and skills for market but can find a most reliable Index fund which covers up for the lack of knowledge/skills/time/money.

    Thanks in Advance.

    Regards,

    Shashank Aggarwal

     

     

     

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