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Hi everyone, My age is 26, I want to start invest 14k SIP per month in well good MF for long term suggest me 2 or 3 MF for around 20 years.

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If you are looking for Long-term, go for only index funds.

If you are looking for 5 years - Go for Nifty Index Fund

(Your Case) If you are looking for more than 5 years for a mid-cap 250 or small-cap 250 index fund. Don't monitor them on a daily or weekly basis, just start an SIP and forget.

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Perfect

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Any Nifty50 index 10k

Parag parik flexi cap 4k

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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You can research on ETMoney and Groww apps, they are free and have complete information different type of MF.

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Parag Parikh Flexicap 

Nippon or Quant Small Cap

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-> You can also invest some amt in Mirae Asset MidSmallCap400 Momentum Quality 100

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just one not two,thee. uti nifty 500 value 50

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They have many tainted companies in their portfolio. UPL, Vedanta, Indiabulls and above all Brightcom which is a pure scam. That's very unethical of them.

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How is grow non cyclical index growth fund

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Midcap 150 momentum 50 index fund (Tata & Edelweiss AMCs have these funds)

Nifty 200 momentum 30 index fund. (HDFC , ICICI, UTI,.. AMCs have these funds)

You can check the long term returns of these strategy funds from https://www.nseindia.com/products-services/indi...

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Parag Parikh Flexi Cap + UTI Nifty 50 + HDFC Balanced Advantage

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Why only these three?

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1) Any company Index fund which gives expense ratio and exit load less..

2) Parag Parikh Flexi cap.

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Parag parikh is good along with nifty index

Benevolent Benevolent
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Well, 14k is a huge amount at your age. I'm not demotivating you to save 14k every month for MF's but you should be able to handle everything in your life along with your future goals. I'm definitely get more than 2.5 crs i guess after 20 years with this SIP figure for your family.

My advise will be that you do a step up SIP every year (start with a lower amount and increase it by 5-10% every year) and as i said that's your personal choice since it's for a longer duration. 

Anyways, i'm happy to see that you at your age are keen into savings/investments rather than spending and splurging.

All the best. Keep minting money wink

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Go to Advisorkhoj & research a bit.

Suggestion would be to allocate -

40% Large Cap & Nifty

30% Midcap

30% Small cap

If I was to invest I would invest aggressively for first 10years & then switch to low volatility funds after securing a corpus.

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is it a good idea if we invest in Nifty LargeMidcap 250 index instead of separate nifty 50, next 50 and midcap 150 index funds? One advantage I see is paying expense ratio for 1 fund instead of 3.

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Expense ratio is a percentage of your investment. If you invest 1/3rd each in 3 funds are entire amount in 1 fund , the total expense will be same.
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Screenshot20240520-000933Guys please comment on my sip choices
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Nippon India Growth Fund
Parag Parikh Flexi Cap Fund

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