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Q: Karan Ravi writes to us on Facebook. I am a long term investor and wanted to know if my investment portfolio is the right portfolio. I am currently investing in SIP DSP Midcap, DSP Tiger, Invesco India Growth Opportunities, ICICI Bluechip , Motilal 35, Parag Parikh, Reliance Small Cap, SBI Small Cap, SBI Consumption and Tata Digital India.
Roughly around Rs 20,000 a month go in these funds and in lumpsum, I hold HDFC Equity Savings, L&T Emerging Businesses, Mirae Emerging Bluechip and two new fund offers. I would like your advice if I should change.
A: Mix of high risk, sector funds. HDFC Equity Savings is the only conservative fund. If you want to keep a high risk portfolio, then you should exit out of HDFC Equity Savings. Sectoral themes should be long term and structural. Tata Digital Fund is a tactical play and hence should be considered for exit. Instead of DSP Tiger, prefer the IDFC Infra Fund, if you want to play the Infrastructre theme.
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