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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

699 comments

  • Kasiraj.G

    Dear Mr.Suresh, Greetings from Kasiraj.G, Kovilpatti Tamil Nadu, Retired. My recent investments in debt funds took a beating with a no rate cut policy. Please write a column on choice of debt funds to safegaurd the capital and earn some decent returns. Thanks & Regards Kasiraj

     

  • Srinivas Manoj

    Hello Suresh,

    My portfolio looks over diversified.Could you please check and assist me in modifying it according to my needs.

    Goal is to invest few funds for 3-5 years and the rest for long term(10-15)

    Also,i would like to plan for my child’s education and my retirement as well.

    Below is my existing portfolio invested in 2016 through SIP. I would like to increase my SIP’s to 18000 per month

    2199910090803-Franklin India Smaller Companies Fund – GROWTH – 16000 (SIP 2000 )
    DFG-ICICI Prudential Value Discovery Fund – Growth – 8500 (SIP 1000/1500)
    EBRG-Mirae Asset Emerging Bluechip Fund – Regular Plan Growth – 45000 (SIP 5000)
    103G-SBI Blue Chip Fund – Regular Plan – Growth – 18000 (SIP 2000)
    BFG-Tata Balanced Fund Regular Plan – Growth – 22000 (SIP 2000)
    ASGP-UTI-TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS FUND – GROWTH – 30000 (SIP 3500)
    HDFC Balanced fund – Rs 4000 ( SIP 2000)
    Mirae Asset India Opportunities Fund – Regular – Growth – Rs 2000(SIP 1000)

    Also,Please find the below funds illustrating few more invested through Lumpsum.

    Birla Sun Life MNC Fund – Growth, Folio : 1017236476 – Rs 10000 Date of First Investment : 28/03/2016
    Kotak Select Focus Fund – Growth, Folio : 3413853/89 – Rs 10000 Date of First Investment : 10/09/2015
    AXIS LONG TERM EQUITY FUND GROWTH PLAN – Rs 30000 (Current value Rs 42000)
    CAN EMERGING EQUITIES FUND GROWTH 1768397044 – Rs 40000
    FRANKLIN INDIA SMALLER COMPANIES FUND 2199907405890 – Rs 10000
    L&T TAX ADVANTAGE FUND GROWTH PLAN 2399404/61 – Rs 20000
    RELIANCE EQUITY SAVINGS FUND REGULAR 476150170015 – Rs 10000
    RELIANCE TAX SAVER FUND GROWTH PLAN 476145482895 – Rs 20000
    SBI BLUE CHIP FUND GROWTH PLAN 14959271 – Rs 20000

    Please guide to stop/modify the existing SIP’s.

    Thanks,
    Manoj

  • Devednra

    Dear Mr. Suresh,
    First time I had seen and gone through the blog . I find it unbias and candid opinion to fellow investors or those who want to excel themselves in investing their funds as their own.
    like well informed investors.
    I propose to topic of flexi home loan-how beneficial it is.

  • Raghav

    Hello Mr.Suresh, Greetings from Raghav, Bangalore, a Program Manager. Always Looking for unique investment options. Motilal Oswal Mutual funds comes up with Buy Right Sit Tight concept. I would like to know the mutual funds under this concept, are those companies funds good or not.

  • Anil Thampi

    Greetings Suresh,

    Have been an avid follower of your site and always looking out for more articles from your end!!
    Let me compliment you on all your achievements especially in the investment front – truly commendable.

    Suresh, as you know the markets are currently hitting some new highs. The banking sector is shining well in this bull run. I would like to exit some stocks i hold to book profits.
    My query is – Is it possible to do a calculation beforehand to ascertain how much will be realized after the sale (incl. brokerage, stamp duty, relevant taxes etc.). Can we have one calculator in excel or similar where we can input the figures and get an approx estimate of what to expect?

    Thanks in advance for your reply

    Regards
    Anil T

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