I want to invest 3000 per month in Mutual funds for next 3 years, Best option?



Hi I have budget of 3000 per month.I want to invest for next 3 years.I am looking to buy HDFC Top 200, I want some idea on other options too.what are riskfree and higher returs options available in india?
I need to have information from the scratch. Every information will be appreciated.

I want to invest 3000 per month in Mutual funds for next 3 years, Best option?
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6 Replies to “I want to invest 3000 per month in Mutual funds for next 3 years, Best option?”

  1. I thinking his want to invest 3000 per month in mutual funds for next 3 year best option them you looking to buy HDFC top 200 he want some best option.thank you


  2. Riskfree & higher returns. I hope you’re kidding. The higher the return… always the greater the risk. You shouldn’t invest in any Mutual Funds until you understand them and know what you need (not what someone that doesn’t know you thinks you need).




  3. If possible push the invest amount a bit. Minimum Rs 10,000 per month. But if Rs 3000 is what you can invest, I suggest investing that in 2 diversified mid cap equity funds from good companies like HDFC or DSPBR or Reliance. Some sample funds are, HDFC Top 200, HDFC Equity (Growth), DSPBR Equity (Growth) etc.

    Open a SIP (Systematic Invest Plans) in a couple of diversified equity funds as above and invest every month, each month regardless of market ups and downs. Also plan for a invest for long term and not just 3 years

    Good Indian equity funds typically deliver better returns than Sensex itself. Also mid caps funds (though a bit risky) deliver better returns over long term

    You can also find more info at http://www.valueresearchonline.com and http://www.moneycontrol.com


  4. You want to invest 3000 p.m. Invest in three MF of 1000/- each in 3 different funds. You can have a look at http://www.valuresearchonline.com and invest in their recommended fund depending on what category of fund you are looking at, for example, large cap, multicap, small cap, hybrid fund, etc.





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