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Sunil Lala founded SL Wealth, a company that offers life and non-life insurance, mutual fund and asset allocation advice, in 2005. A certified financial planner, he has three decades of domain experience. His expertise includes designing goal-specific financial plans and creating investment awareness. He has been a registered member of the Financial Planning Standards Board since 2009.... more
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I am 45 yrs old .i hv started investing in Mutual fund through Sip approx month 2.4lakh since last 6 month. I hv plan to keep investing for next 3 yrs in same pattern and subject to availability of fund remaining I can continue further for next 5 yrs . Following are investment UTI nifty 200 momentum 30 index - 50 k Nippon nifty 250 small cap index fund -25k ICICI prudential mid cap 150 index fund-20 k HDFC s&p Sensex index fund-20 k Aditya Birla psu equity fund-20 k Motilal Oswal mid cap fund-20k HDFC infrastructure fund-20 k HDFC large and mid cap fund-10 k Quant small cap-10k Nippon small cap -10 k Parag flexi cap- 10 k Mahendra manulife multicap- 10 k Sbi contra fund-10 k Please advise on my fund selection and suggest which plan to to be removed or amend with new plan suggested from you

Ans: Your funds are good
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Ans: Evaluating Mutual Fund Portfolio for Long-Term Goals
As a Certified Financial Planner, I understand the importance of optimizing your mutual fund portfolio to achieve your long-term financial goals. Let's analyze your current investments and assess if any changes are necessary for your investment horizon of 15-20 years.

Genuine Appreciation for Long-Term Investment Horizon
I appreciate your commitment to long-term investing, which is essential for wealth accumulation and financial security over time.

Analyzing Current Investments
Existing SIPs:
Quant Infrastructure Fund
Quant Small Cap Fund
Parag Parikh Flexi Cap Fund
Nippon Large Cap Fund
Newly Started SIPs:
Motilal Oswal Midcap Fund
Quant Multi Asset Fund
Assessing Portfolio Composition
Pros of Current Portfolio:
Diversification: Your portfolio includes funds across various market segments, providing diversification benefits.
Potential for Growth: Each fund targets different sectors and market capitalizations, offering growth opportunities.
Considerations for Changes:
Risk Management: Evaluate the risk exposure of newly started funds and ensure they align with your risk tolerance and investment objectives.
Performance Review: Regularly monitor the performance of all funds to ensure they meet expectations and remain suitable for your goals.
Cost Analysis: Consider the expense ratios and fees associated with each fund to optimize your overall portfolio cost.
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Given your investment horizon of 15-20 years, it's crucial to:

Stay Invested: Continue investing systematically in mutual funds to benefit from long-term compounding.
Review Periodically: Periodically review your portfolio performance and make adjustments if necessary to align with changing market conditions and financial goals.
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