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  1. PRADEEP KUMAR
    July 12, 2014

    SIR,
    MY Name Pradeep kumar my enrolment no2008/03255/00135 NPR Rcpt no==510513002707400030027066005
    mere paas 11 jui 2014 ko apka SMS aya tha. but mujhe kya karna hai nahi pta. abtak aadhaar card nhi mila hai.plz help me

  2. Atirek
    November 12, 2013

    Hi.
    I am 30 yrs old unmarried person. I want to invest 35000 /-per month. I’ve planned to invest as follows:
    1 unit(Around 5000)gold etf (sbi etf)
    7000 ICICI FOCUSED BLUECHIP
    7000 HDFC TOP 200
    7000 RELIANCE REGULAR SAVING FUND
    Rest of the money in Bank RD or PPF
    Is my planning is good enough? If not, please suggest changes accordingly.
    Thanks & Regards
    ATIREK

    • Admin
      December 31, 2013

      You’ve selected right funds. Just monitor them carefully especially Reliance Regular Savings Fund.
      Also, add IDFC Premier Equity Fund to your portfolio.
      Admin

  3. Ajay Jha
    July 5, 2013

    Hi,
    The fund allocation percentage is not specified pls specify. For example if i want to invest 10000 per month in mutual funds and my goal is 50 lac in 15 years. So pls sugest the the % allocation in mutual funds.

  4. Prathipati Ramesh Babu
    April 27, 2013

    This link is very useful and educating the people in investing their.
    money. Thanks a lot.

    • Admin
      April 28, 2013

      Thanks for your positive feedback.
      Admin

  5. Abhijit sarkar
    March 15, 2013

    Dear sir,my age 29 & monthly income is rs 18000,i m a beginner.I want to invest rs 3000/month in mf.should I take 3 or 2 fund?and in which company?plz suggest me.i want to take some risk also…regards…abhi

    • Admin
      March 22, 2013

      Hello Abhijit,

      You can start SIP in mutual funds. Start with HDFC Top 200 and IDFC Premier Equity Fund. Later on add Gold ETF or Gold mutual fund also in your portfolio.
      Admin

  6. Sanman
    March 4, 2013

    Hi,

    In a divident pay out opt we get a money

    but my qes is a

    in growth opt we get more units or hike in a nav ?

  7. Dr Mary Ann
    February 25, 2013

    have followed Mr Dhirendra Kumar’s articles while in India, and have found them extraordnarily useful. I am delightd to have found this link.
    Although, I am a very late starter, & am 61yrs. I would like his advice on MF SIP’s

  8. Raghu Bhat
    February 19, 2013

    Dear sir,
    Is L & T MF good for investing online or is there any other MF house which are good in terms of reliability and returns, I would opt for SIPs
    for 3 to 4 years atleast Please inform.
    Regards
    Raghu

    • Admin
      February 20, 2013

      Hello Raghu,

      Leave L&T at this moment. Check the list from the above article for the scheme names. Start with balanced mutual fund and increase your time horizon to at least 5 years.

      Hope it will help you.
      Admin

      • NANDAGOPAL J
        March 8, 2013

        SIR,
        I AM INVESTING Rs 5000/- PER MONTH IN METLIFE INSURANCE, IN “MET SMART PLUS” SCHEME FROM LAST 3 YEARS.
        IS IT BETTER TO CONTINUE IN THE SAME SCHEME? OR TO SWITCH OVER TO SOME OTHER SCHEME. PLEASE LET ME KNOW.
        NANDAGOPAL J

      • Admin
        April 23, 2013

        Check the charges for the coming years. Generally, insurance plans have higher charges. It’s better to invest in mutual funds to create wealth and take online term insurance plans to cover risk.
        Admin

  9. rahul
    January 18, 2013

    what is the difference between equity & debt ?

    • Admin
      January 18, 2013

      Equity means money will be invested in stock market. It can be directly or via mutual funds. Equity carries high risk also with chances of high returns.
      Debt means NO stock market. Only safe instruments like Govt. Bonds, good ratings bonds, FD, FMPs etc. It carries very low risk (interest rate fluctuation), so returns are also low.

      Hope it will help you.
      Admin

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