Portfolios are not static entities and may change after periodic reviews
Over the course of the next 20 years, this portfolio will likely undergo several changes during your periodic reviews
I invest ₹90,000 each month, divided equally between the following funds—Mirae Asset Emerging Bluechip, Kotak Standard Multicap, Invesco India Contra, SBI Small Cap and Franklin India Feeder-Franklin US Opportunities Fund. I started my systematic investment plans (SIPs) two months ago and my investment period is 20 years, but I have a few doubts. Should I stop my SIPs in three schemes and move the funds to one, or should I split SIPs into four schemes by adding Axis Small Cap? As markets move in cycles, I have not selected any pure large-cap or mid-cap fund. My focus is more on multi-cap funds, but I am aware of concentration risk. Should I add a focused fund? Mirae and Axis have launched new funds in the focused and multi-cap category. Though these are new, they have experienced managers at the helm. Which focused fund should I consider?