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Asked by Anonymous - Jul 01, 2023Hindi
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Hi Mr. Parikh, I am 41 yr male. I have a monthly MF contribution of 14K: 1. Mirae Asset Tax (G)- 2000/m 2. Quant Tax Saver (G)-2000/m 3. Canara Robeco Tax Plan (G)-2000/m 4. Parag Parikh Tax Saver (G)- 2000/m 5. Nippon India Multi Cap (G)- 1000/m 6. PGIM India Mid Cap (G)- 2000/m 7. Quant Flexi Cap (G)- 2000/m 8. Quant BFSI Fund (G)- 1000/m 9. NPS contribution- 50000/yr I have LIC of 6 Lakhs SA, a Term plan of 25 Lakhs & a Health Plan of 25 Lakhs. Sir, I have the future commitments coming: a) Daughter's 12+ Education starting in 2028. b) Daughter's Marriage in 2040. c) Post retirement commitments. (after 2037). Sir, I am Ok with taking risk as my horizon is for long term. Sir, please suggest some more MF as I want to add another 6000/m to make it 20K/m. Please evaluate my current portfolio and suggest names of new MF to invest. Thanks

Ans: Currently, your portfolio is overly diversified in a similar category funds (ELSS), although the funds are well performing and have delivered decent returns till date. The ongoing SIPs in these funds will help you in accomplishing your goals along with tax savings but we recommend you to reduce the funds to two. The other funds in your portfolio are also fundamentally strong and decent performers. Hence, we recommend you to not introduce new funds in your portfolio and allocate the additional SIPs amount in the existing funds.

For your post retirements commitments, NPS is a good investment asset class as it will maintain your cashflows. You also have a decent health insurance for medical uncertainties but I recommend you to increase the term plan to 1 Cr.
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I am 50 working professional. Below is my MF portfolio . 1. Parag Parikh Flexi Cap Fund 2.6 lakhs + 10K SIP 2. PGIM India Midcap Opportunities Fund 1.85 L Value + 5K SIP 3. Quant ELSS Tax Saver Fund 80K 4. Axis Small Cap Fund 1.85 Lakhs Value + 5K SIP 5. Axis Gold Fund 75K Value + 5K SIP 6. Canara Robeco Bluechip Equity Fund 70K 7. Quant Multi Asset Fund 50K 8. SBI Magnum Income Fund 50K 9. ICICI Prudential Equity & Debt Fund 50K 10. Quant Active Fund 50K 11. ICICI Prudential Bluechip Fund 25K I want to build a retirement corpus of 2 crore in 10 years. I am planning to invest around 50K every month. Plus i have. surplus of 4Lakks which i want to invest in few of the MFs above. Planning to exit Canara Robeco bluechip and Axis Small cap soon. Please suggest if any changes you want me to do.
Ans: Given your goal of building a retirement corpus of 2 crores in 10 years and your current portfolio, here are some suggestions:

Increase SIP Contributions: Consider increasing your SIP amounts in high-performing funds like Parag Parikh Flexi Cap and PGIM India Midcap Opportunities Fund, which have shown good potential for long-term growth.

Review and Consolidate: Evaluate the performance of all your funds and consider consolidating your portfolio to fewer, well-performing funds to simplify management and potentially enhance returns.

Focus on Quality: Prioritize funds with strong track records, consistent performance, and experienced fund management teams. Consider adding large-cap and diversified equity funds for stability and balanced growth.

Asset Allocation: Ensure a balanced asset allocation across equity, debt, and gold funds based on your risk tolerance and investment horizon. Reallocate surplus funds strategically to maintain a diversified portfolio.

Regular Review: Monitor your portfolio regularly and make adjustments as needed based on changes in market conditions, fund performance, and your financial goals.

Consider consulting with a financial advisor for personalized advice tailored to your specific circumstances and goals.

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