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  Uday Gupta,Delhi
  I want to equity exposre now Is it right time?
Answer:
Mr. Gupta, It is advisable to follow a proper asset allocation model as far as one's investments are concerned.
 
Equity is definitely a recommended asset class in every investor's portfolio though the proportion for the same varies from person to person. As you have no allocation in equity right now, we would suggest that you re-balance your existing holding and make some investments in equity based avenues. To start with you can invest in equity based mutual funds. You can also consider investing in direct equities based on strong research and sound advice.
 
As you are just beginning to invest in equities, you can start with taking 20-25% exposure in equities that can be increased to around 50-55% over time in tune with your financial goals and risk tolerance.
 
  Mohandhas,Nagercoil
  suggest some equity diversified and sectoral mutual funds to invest in next 6months
Answer:
Dear Mr..Mohandhas
We suggest that when you invest in equities either direct or through the mutual fund route, it is best to take a long term view of at least 3-5 years towards realizing decent returns. In the current scenario, it is best to invest in diversified equity mutual fund schemes rather than taking a sectoral call. Some of the good diversified mf schemes that you can consider investing in are IDFC Imperial Equity Fund, ICICI Prudential Dynamic Plan, Sundaram BNP Paribas Select Focus Fund, Birla Sunlife Frontline Equity Fund.
 
If your investment horizon is 6 months, then you can consider investing in Income and Gilt Funds. These Funds are debt oriented and seek provide regular income to the investor alongwith capital appreciation with limited risk. These funds primarily invest in government securities, corporate bonds, certificates of deposit, commercial papers, etc
  Vinesh Menon,Delhi
  i have run out of money and need to know what steps i should take going forward, pls help
Answer:
Dear Mr. Menon,
 
As has been observed by us in our FP Practice, one tends to run out of money only when one has not carried out a detailed budgeting & cash flow exercise for oneself. There is no doubt that times are indeed tough today and financial planning gains pertinence here. To suggest you a definte course ahead, we shall need you to share more inputs with us.
 
We would suggest that you can visit the FP Section on justtrade.in, http://justtrade.in/FPlanning.aspx and fill up the need analysis form there and we shall revert to you with a customized financial planning solution for your problem within the next 24 hours.
  santhosh,bangalore
  i want to invest 50,000 daily and i want to sell it same day i want to make 2000 profit please guide me
Answer:
Mr. Santosh,
At the outset, I would like to thank you for visiting justtrade.in As per your investment query posted with us, my analysis is as follows:
 
A profit of Rs.2000 on a daily trade of Rs.50000 means a return of 4% per day equivalent to 48% return on a monthly basis.
 
As you must be well aware, intra day trades (that are squared off the same day) are a comparatively high risk proposition and while you may make huge profits, chances of loss are equally high as such trades are hugely impacted by news flowing in from different corners. We can always update you on good intra day calls based on our in house research but please be aware that these are not guaranteed calls. Make sure that you apply stop loss on every trade that you execute.
 cs raichaudhuri,indirapuram
  kindly advise regarding construction of my portfolio already belonging for holding above 5 years.
Answer:
Mr. C S Raichaudhuri, at the outset, I would like to thank you for visiting justtrade.in As per your investment query posted with us, my analysis is as follows:
 
Retirement is just round the corner for you. In such a juncture of your life you should look for regular returns instead of short term gains.
 
I think that you should slowly start shifting you asset base from equity towards debt. You should start investing more into debt instruments like PO MIS or GOVT BONDS or reputed Company FDs from where you can expect regular income.  You can also put some money into Mutual Fund MIPs, which normally has a very high debt exposure and low equity exposure , there by giving you growth ,stability and regular income.
 

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