suggestion for portals to buy/invest in mutual funds

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andromeda

Until now I’m investing via a broker, now redeemed all units with a plan to invest directly. The selection of funds are taken care, it’s just that a suggestion for platform is what I’m looking for. I see there are plenty available in market like karvy, kuvera, groww etc

I’m also wanted to invest in some stocks just for experience/experimenting.

Although purchase via AMC doesn’t make any difference, I’m looking for a portal where I can get one consolidated view and market analysis.

Please comment your suggestions, and if any pro/con side you experienced/observed from your usage/perspective.

Thanks in advance!

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Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Kuvera is good for your requirement and are invested in direct funds so savings vs brokers
Pm for referral

Scripbox is also good but not direct funds

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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groww, kuvera and valueresearchonline’s porflolio manager view

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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Buy directly from AMC; view all under a dual umbrella using MyCams and KFinkart

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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@andromeda
What do you mean by “The selection of funds are taken care,” ?
how are you selecting ?. If anyone else doing it, with what logic ?

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Mr.Bean wrote:

@andromeda
What do you mean by “The selection of funds are taken care,” ?
how are you selecting ?. If anyone else doing it, with what logic ?

Goal based. With partial inputs from financial advisors and market study.

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Any portfolio Manager will be able to maintain, you have to enter the details manually…

I think Axis and Aditya Birla money provides this… All your holdings in one snapshot view..

Not sure about the new discount brokers…

Entertainer Entertainer
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great wrote:

Kuvera is good for your requirement and are invested in direct funds so savings vs brokers
Pm for referral

Scripbox is also good but not direct funds

Pl chk pm. Waiting for ur reply ⏳

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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BlueFlash wrote:

Buy directly from AMC; view all under a dual umbrella using MyCams and KFinkart

any reason for buying direct AMC ??

Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
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Why you want to invest from platform? Any specific reason?

I used to invest via Mfu Online. It’s one of the best platform with almost all fund houses. Flexibility to control all investment from single dashboard and direct schemes only, no charges. But not that user friendly at start .

I have tried ETMoney as well.. It’s more user friendly but I still prefer MFu over it.

But after all this , now switched permanently to zerodha coin
Advantages over platform
- Mutual funds directly credited to demat
- Single platform for stock as well as mf
- Has direct mf and no fees similar to other platforms (it had before now completely free)

So I think it’s best to invest via coin. If u don’t have account I can guide u to make one.

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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Novizio wrote:

any reason for buying direct AMC ??

There’s no difference in buying a Direct MF from AMC vs apps like Grow, Zerodha, Paytm, etc. In fact investing via such app (Direct MF only) is easier especially for beginners since they take care of KYC and all…

The reason why I personally prefer to invest directly via AMC againt those apps, is that I like to do my own research on the MF before I invest. Let’s say I wanna invest in Axis Bluechip, I go to AxisMF AMC site, read all about this fund, the portfolio distribution, the manager, their history, the funds historic returns, etc. Once I have finalized, I just invest directly from the AMC, why to use a third party app for doing the same ? Just a bit sceptical about where my hard earned money goes; and these recent data breaches of such apps have made me more cautious…

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BlueFlash wrote:

There’s no difference in buying a Direct MF from AMC vs apps like Grow, Zerodha, Paytm, etc. In fact investing via such app (Direct MF only) is easier especially for beginners since they take care of KYC and all…

The reason why I personally prefer to invest directly via AMC againt those apps, is that I like to do my own research on the MF before I invest. Let’s say I wanna invest in Axis Bluechip, I go to AxisMF AMC site, read all about this fund, the portfolio distribution, the manager, their history, the funds historic returns, etc. Once I have finalized, I just invest directly from the AMC, why to use a third party app for doing the same ? Just a bit sceptical about where my hard earned money goes; and these recent data breaches of such apps have made me more cautious…

I also doing same.
But keeping track of different logins is painful

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ConfirmPassword wrote:

How is Coin by Zerodha for MF investments?

I think only problem is they store in demat form.

Good if you also want to invest in stocks. No other good reason

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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BlueFlash wrote:

There’s no difference in buying a Direct MF from AMC vs apps like Grow, Zerodha, Paytm, etc. In fact investing via such app (Direct MF only) is easier especially for beginners since they take care of KYC and all…

The reason why I personally prefer to invest directly via AMC againt those apps, is that I like to do my own research on the MF before I invest. Let’s say I wanna invest in Axis Bluechip, I go to AxisMF AMC site, read all about this fund, the portfolio distribution, the manager, their history, the funds historic returns, etc. Once I have finalized, I just invest directly from the AMC, why to use a third party app for doing the same ? Just a bit sceptical about where my hard earned money goes; and these recent data breaches of such apps have made me more cautious…

is it possible to invest via amc but track all different MFs in a single app??

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Novizio wrote:

is it possible to invest via amc but track all different MFs in a single app??

That’s exactly what I am doing… I invest directly via AMC websites. Now just use MyCams and KFinKart to track all your MFs (these 2 official apps will automatically show all your MF investments).

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BlueFlash wrote:

That’s exactly what I am doing… I invest directly via AMC websites. Now just use MyCams and KFinKart to track all your MFs (these 2 official apps will automatically show all your MF investments).

Except FT ones

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https://www.mfuindi...m/ is the best way to invest.(all MF under single roof no non-sense platform)

Regarding Market analysis…most portal which allows investment provide biased opinions (as they get commissions/cut/marketing money)..so dont mix this two things ..do bit of your own research via lot of free websites

Monthly consolidated view is available via NSDL CAS

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1. Paytm Money
2. Groww
3. ET Money

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BlueFlash wrote:

There’s no difference in buying a Direct MF from AMC vs apps like Grow, Zerodha, Paytm, etc. In fact investing via such app (Direct MF only) is easier especially for beginners since they take care of KYC and all…

The reason why I personally prefer to invest directly via AMC againt those apps, is that I like to do my own research on the MF before I invest. Let’s say I wanna invest in Axis Bluechip, I go to AxisMF AMC site, read all about this fund, the portfolio distribution, the manager, their history, the funds historic returns, etc. Once I have finalized, I just invest directly from the AMC, why to use a third party app for doing the same ? Just a bit sceptical about where my hard earned money goes; and these recent data breaches of such apps have made me more cautious…

I also do the the same. Buying directly from AMC is a bit more safe

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Do not invest mutual funds from other than Grow, Zerodha, Upstock, CAMS. ClearTax and other portal auto fetch transaction for capitals gains calculation for above platforms. I personally use CAMS for mutual fund & Zerodha for stock for security reasons, keep them separate. And don’t invest in funds not supported by CAMS. Otherwise you may have to manually enter all transactions for Capital Gains calculation, Ex- Franklin MF. Buying time you’ll not face problems, only selling time’ you’ll face problems for capitals gains calculation for ITR.

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BlueFlash wrote:

That’s exactly what I am doing… I invest directly via AMC websites. Now just use MyCams and KFinKart to track all your MFs (these 2 official apps will automatically show all your MF investments).

thanx
can u suggest some  mfs for medium- long term

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