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I am 40 years old and want to create a MF portfolio that will give me = 15% return for the next 6-8 years. I am fairly open to taking risks. Can you pls suggest a basket of 5-6 funds and how much to invest in each of them to get a corpus of 1Cr at the end of the time frame?

Ans: Rs 1 cr in 8 years will require an investment (Monthly) of Rs 54000.

Schemes that can be considered are as under

HDFC Index Fund – Sensex Plan – Growth

UTI Flexi cap Fund – Growth

Axis ESG Equity fund – Growth

Samco Flexi cap fund – Growth

Motilal Oswal Mid cap Fund - Growth

Nippon India Small Cap Fund - Growth

 

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