Investment Portfolio for young professionals?

POSTED BY shaileshbhatt ON June 11, 2014 12:04 pm ONE COMMENT

I am 24 year professional earning about Rs.30000. I manage to save around 30% of my salary every month.I already have a RD account and have been contributing around 5000/- towards it for the past 10 months. It is due to end in 2 months and I would like to now start investing in stocks/Mutual funds or any other investment option available to accumulate wealth. My risk potential is high.

I don’t have any debts or any other liabilities. Main aim of investment is to accumulate a huge corpus post retirement, keeping in mind I will be working for the next 30 years or so. Please advice on the portfolio I should maintain?

One reply on this article “Investment Portfolio for young professionals?”

  1. Bhavesh Furia says:

    Dear Shailesh Bhatt,

    Are you sure your purpose of investment is ONLY retirement ?
    I mean you must be having short-medium term goals (higher studies, travel, owning a vehicle/house, marriage, business etc.), do you have enough corpus for that ? If you decide on this first, you can then break your investment depending on your needs (short-medium-long)

    Even if your risk potential is high, don’t directly jump into any investment. Take some time to LEARN about various investment options, risks associated, possible returns, duration of investment,

    You can make a start from below articles:
    https://www.jagoinvestor.com/forum/finacial-planning-faqs
    http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/investing/understand-investing-options_572961.html

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