Which is the best mutual fund platform?
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rohan8397

Which is the best mutual fund platform?
1. Coin by Zerodha
2. Groww
3. Kuvera
4. Mycams
5. Mutual fund utility (MFU)
6. Paytm Money
7. Direct fund houses
8. Others

In my case, till now I invested directly on respective fund websites and viewed consolidated report on Mycams.

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HA for visibility. I’m also looking for a platform

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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Direct fund houses is prefered way..(or Cams, MFU etc)
For tracking consolidated statement can be uploaded in Paytm Money or Mprofit etc which helps to keep track of daily movement if interested ..

Platform like Zerodha/Paytm keeps the purchased MF as demat holding, which makes it lengthy process when changing demat accounts.

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There are other two big players : FundsIndia, Mutualfundssahihai in the market

After all research – i am using Zerodha Coin and other websites for research work.
Better to go with Direct fund houses .
Cons : Hard to view the portfolio of all mutual funds in a single place.

I’m looking for app, which we can build a portfolio similar like xls sheet – for all family members.

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Choose mutual fund platform which allows Flexi STP. Choose platform which allows investment via debit card.
Choose platform which allows allows investment via lazy pay UPI.

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Look, don’t worry about the best mutual fund and even worst in this case, best MF platform. Get one and live with it. I am using Kuvera. Simple and good UI. The main thing in MF investments is to stay invested for long time.

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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to the people using multiple ways of investing, you can use valueresearch for tracking all your investments in one place. It’s quite simple, you just have to upload your consolidated statement via email.

Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
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I am using Coin and my wife is using Groww. Out of these 2 Groww is much better. It gives lot of trends and data for the fund and also provides day’s profit loss properly. KYC is also pretty fast. Groww also provides Direct plan fund investment instead of Regular plan of the fund.
For research purpose moneycontrol.com is best.

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Used Groww and Kuvera.
Both are good. Satisfied.

Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
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rohan8397 wrote:

Cc: @drjpatwa @bikidas2060 @saucap @vishusgh @Snikeus

There are two types of MF : Direct & Regular.
Return on Regular MF are lower than Direct so choose Direct MF.

So invest in MF from direct houses

I would suggest you groww (its free). I am personally using Coin (Zerodha) but they offer MF along with demat account & they charge 300/yr for it.

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Snikeus wrote:

Thanks for the tag. I use mfuonline. It is simple and serves the purpose well.

How to get login details for MFUOnline? Recently I got CAN allotted. But it also says discrepancy in email and phone with KRA/KYC data, which it asks me to get updated with KRA

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Tera_Jija wrote:

I am using Coin and my wife is using Groww. Out of these 2 Groww is much better. It gives lot of trends and data for the fund and also provides day’s profit loss properly. KYC is also pretty fast. Groww also provides Direct plan fund investment instead of Regular plan of the fund.
For research purpose moneycontrol.com is best.

Is there any referral benefit for Groww? Any transaction costs/yearly charges etc?

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vishusgh wrote:

There are two types of MF : Direct & Regular.
Return on Regular MF are lower than Direct so choose Direct MF.

So invest in MF from direct houses

I would suggest you groww (its free). I am personally using Coin (Zerodha) but they offer MF along with demat account & they charge 300/yr for it.

MF suggestion :

Great Video. Thank you bro. kg+

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peekaydeals wrote:

How to get login details for MFUOnline? Recently I got CAN allotted. But it also says discrepancy in email and phone with KRA/KYC data, which it asks me to get updated with KRA

You have to contact them to send the mail to create the login id. They will send a link where you can create the login id and password. There is a little nuance though, password needs to be changed every 60 days mandatorily

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chai_lover wrote:

to the people using multiple ways of investing, you can use valueresearch for tracking all your investments in one place. It’s quite simple, you just have to upload your consolidated statement via email.

I did this today and it’s great. Kg+

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sidmanraj731 wrote:

Choose mutual fund platform which allows Flexi STP. Choose platform which allows investment via debit card.
Choose platform which allows allows investment via lazy pay UPI.

Which platform allow payments by debit card?

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chai_lover wrote:

to the people using multiple ways of investing, you can use valueresearch for tracking all your investments in one place. It’s quite simple, you just have to upload your consolidated statement via email.

Yes, this is the a great tool to track all of your investments, be it equity or FD or MFs or other instruments. Using it for 3 years now. +KG for suggesting

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direct fund houses is the best option.
Invest through AMC websites for MFs.

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Idfc mutual fund and Invesco mutual fund allow investment using debit card. Ppfas mutual fund allow investment using lp upi

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According to me grow is best because easy to use and very good looking and easy interface L.
If you have netbanking then you can set biller for your SIP so that you don’t miss any of your monthly SIP.

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vishusgh wrote:

There are two types of MF : Direct & Regular.
Return on Regular MF are lower than Direct so choose Direct MF.

So invest in MF from direct houses

I would suggest you groww (its free). I am personally using Coin (Zerodha) but they offer MF along with demat account & they charge 300/yr for it.

MF suggestion :

Thanks bro for suggestion. helped a lot

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sidmanraj731 wrote:

Idfc mutual fund and Invesco mutual fund allow investment using debit card. Ppfas mutual fund allow investment using lp upi

How can I use this way to invest in MF ? @sidmanraj731

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