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Financial Planner - Answered on Jun 15, 2023

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Sir i have investment in SBI Blue chip fund, SBI Large & Midcap fund and Invesco Infrastructure fund can i continue or switch Suggest any best Equity fund in Mutual fund for 2 yrs time..
Ans: SBI Blue chip fund invests in large-cap (top 100 companies) stocks and it is known for investing in well-established companies with stable growth potential. The performance of the fund is at par and the fundamentals of the fund are also good. Consider continuing with the fund

SBI Large & Midcap fund invests in both large-cap and mid-cap stocks. Mid-cap stocks generally have higher growth potential but may also be subject to increased volatility. If you have a higher risk tolerance and believe in the growth prospects of mid-cap companies, you might consider continuing with this investment. However, please be aware that mid-cap funds can be more volatile than large-cap funds.

Invesco Infrastructure fund works on a specific theme which focuses on investing in infrastructure-related companies and it is suitable for investors with a higher risk appetite and a long-term investment horizon. If you have a high-risk tolerance and a positive outlook on the infrastructure sector, you may consider continuing with this investment.

Coming to your query regarding an equity-oriented fund for two year time horizon. We do not recommend to investment in pure equity funds if your investment horizon is of less than 3 years. As the equity markets are volatile, every fund requires at least a 3 years’ horizon to stabilize in the portfolio. However, if you still wish to invest you can go for a hybrid fund or index fund.

Disclaimer:
• I have just no idea about your age, future financial goals, your risk profile, other investments and whether you would have the nerves to not get unduly perturbed if stock markets go temporarily down.
• Hence, please note that I am answering your question in absolute isolation to other parameters which should definitely be considered when answering a question of this type.
• I recommend you to also consult a good financial advisor who would look at your complete profile in totality before you act on this advice given by me.
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