Which of these funds can i sell now? providing fundname,amount invested, units. pls suggest?



IDFC IMPERIAL EQUITY FUND – PLAN A- GROWTH2000107.3321995.52
BIRLA SUN LIFE MID CAP FUND – PLAN A – GROWTH12000222.47324520.97
BIRLA SUN LIFE MID CAP FUND – PLAN A – DIVIDEND200078.9892042.66
DWS ALPHA EQUITY FUND – REGULAR – GROWTH500080.0770
DSP BLACKROCK EQUITY FUND – DIVIDEND300061.0923062.11
DSP BLACKROCK TOP 100 EQUITY FUND – GROWTH24000418.42139626.56
DSP BLACKROCK EQUITY FUND – GROWTH240001,762.7227953.28
DSP BLACKROCK NATURAL RESOURCES & NEW ENERGY FUND – RETAIL – GROWTH10000980.68113460.83
HDFC BALANCED FUND – GROWTH12000414.1660
HDFC TOP 200 – GROWTH24000140.47327722.21
HDFC TOP 200 – DIVIDEND300065.1993041.34
JPMORGAN INDIA EQUITY FUND – GROWTH5000503-6.01
FRANKLIN INDIA PRIMA PLUS – GROWTH24000132.38427300.88
FRANKLIN INDIA PRIMA PLUS – DIVIDEND200073.5622036.76
RELIANCE DIVERSIFIED POWER SECTOR FUND – GROWTH12000257.99221409.67
RELIANCE NATURAL RESOURCES FUND – GROWTH5000526.3825188.18
RELIANCE REGULAR SAVINGS FUND – EQUITY – DIVIDEND200086.792032.22
RELIANCE INFRASTRUCTURE FUND – RETAIL – GROWTH10000977.99511304.74
SUNDARAM BNP PARIBAS SELECT FOCUS – GROWTH12000206.35817766.52
FRANKLIN INDIA HIGH GROWTH COMPANIES FUND – GROWTH5000562.8796991.91
BHARTI AXA EQUITY FUND – REGULAR – GROWTH150090.8541591.76
HSBC EQUITY FUND – GROWTH600064.56391.65
FRANKLIN INDIA BLUECHIP – DIVIDEND200051.5922058.29
ICICI PRUDENTIAL FOCUSED BLUECHIP EQUITY FUND – RETAIL – DIVIDEND2000138.7932072.18
RELIANCE GROWTH – DIVIDEND200035.9622055.68
SUNDARAM BNP PARIBAS SELECT MIDCAP – DIVIDEND2000118.2272160.68
HDFC Equity Fund – Dividend300066.7843174.11
HDFC PRUDENCE FUND – GROWTH14000145.8870

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5 Replies to “Which of these funds can i sell now? providing fundname,amount invested, units. pls suggest?”

  1. i dont mean to be like a dick or anything but u are taking advice from ppl who could just lie and dont know wat they are doing go see some1 that knows wat they are doing


  2. You may receive various answers but differs each other. its better to approach a good MF adviser in your area and make it clear for each opinion. After all its your money and do not let others to play with that.

    If you mail me your contact details i can provide you the suggestions in detail.

    You can have a self analysis by using the site http://money.rediff.com (might be simple for you) or other mutual fund related sites. Check each ones portfolio, if portfolio is good you can continue. Still according to market condition i ll suggest you to book part profit at least and invest later.


  3. Personally, I am bullish on India, but this is taking it to a whole new level. You sir are a true gambler and have earned my undying respect. Don’t change a thing about yourself or your portfolio unless it is further in the direction of extremity. Let’s see you buy some Indian ADRs, some thorium futures, write some Rupee puts, maybe throw in some ICICI credit swaps. Then it’ll be a real party.


  4. YOU ARE NOT AN INVESTOR – BUT A FUND COLLECTOR.

    One invests in mutual funds for the sake of diversification. By investing in so many funds your nett returns will be less. Do not invest in more than 6-8 funds .Your core investment should be in large cap funds.

    CALCULATE THE TOTAL INVESTMENT VALUE.

    Invest 60 – 75 % in large cap funds

    1) HDFC TOP 200
    2) DSPBR TOP 100
    3) SUNDARAM SELECT FOCUS
    4) HDFC PRUDENCE
    5) RELIANCE REGULAR SAVINGS FUND EQUITY

    BALANCE YOU INVEST IN
    1) DSPBR EQUITY FUND
    2) RELIANCE GROWTH
    3) SUNDARAM MIDCAP

    If you have completed at least 1 year of holding the units – switch or come out.

    Choose either dividend Or growth , depending upon whether you need an income or not.

    Always look for value research ratings. ( 5* or 4 *)

    Visit http://www.valueresearchonline.com to understand mutual funds.

    After you have brought down the number of funds to 8 funds, visit the above website and register under portfolio and feed your investment data. Your investment value gets updated automatically everyday.


  5. You have accumulated too many no. of funds in your portfolio. The no. of bad funds in your portfolio may eat up the gains given by your other good funds. You should hold not more than 10 funds in your portfolio, while your portfolio should be more inclined towards large caps as your core holdings which will provide stability, with a small flavour of mid caps in your portfolio, you will be able to tap on the market rally as well.

    Stay invested in funds from the fund house following well laid out investment philosophy and process driven. Initially exit from thematic and sector driven funds as they may hit your portfolio during market falls. Also exit from funds which are not stable performers.

    As of now, you can exit from:

    – DSP BR Natural Resources Fund
    – HDFC Balanced Fund
    – JP Morgan India Equity Fund
    – Reliance Natural Resources Fund
    – Franklin High Growth Companies Fund
    – HSBC Equity Fund

    Keep investing in a phased manner through SIP in funds having good investment process. This will help you take the advantage of opportunities arising in the volatile markets.

    If you still encounter confusion and problems then you may look into PersonalFN’s Fundselect Plus service which will help you create your optimum mutual fund investment portfolio.





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