POSTED BY February 2, 2013 10:56 am COMMENTS (3)ON
i have been recently going through various mutual funds which can give me returns of 12-15% over a period of 10 years…. and i find from the past performance, that many of the Large Caps, Mid Caps and Small Cap funds have generated those returns.
Now how do i decide on the type of Fund i choose, its only the Risk Profile i fit into?.
Well i am not Risk Averse, so would this mean i can venture into Small Cap Funds, which might fetch out better results over longer durations – Given the Fund Manager chooses MultiBaggers (No one is sure of it though).
Or would you say when you are getting 12-15 % with out risk why take a risk????
The amount is not very big, after i have invested for more than 7000 pm, the remaining 1000-1500 i am trying to put into this Small and Micro Cap stock Mutual FUnds, is it a good idea???? If not Why? Won’t i be missing the multibagger stocks in the long run (always sticking to the Large Caps).?
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