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ASK THE FUND MANAGER FROM DSP BLACKROCK MUTUAL FUND!
FSM Editorial  (Administrator) 16-09-2009, 01:06:19 PM


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The "Ask the Fund Manager" Forum initiative will serve as an important bridge between investors and the investment experts.

In conjunction with the launch, we have arranged for DSP Blackrock Mutual Fund to be our participating fund house.

Do not miss this golden opportunity to interact with the investment experts from DSP Blackrock from 24 September 2009 to 23 October 2009.

Plus, find out what investors from Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong would like to ask your local fund manager. All this action can only be found only at Global Forum in Fundsupermart.com.

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FSM Editorial  (Administrator) 01-10-2009, 12:48:28 PM


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Ask The Fund Manager from DSP BlackRock Mutual Fund is now open in Global Forum.

Investors from Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and India are posting their queries.

Join them and clear your investment doubts too.

Visit Ask The Fund Manager - Globally for more action!
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rajumu 10-03-2011, 03:39:13 PM


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Dear Sir/Madam,

I have used the learning centre and article on your website to narrow down my portfolio as given below. I have followed the diversification and the core- satellite principle. In diversification I made sure not to select the more than one fund from a particular AMC.

I plan to invest 1000/- each via SIP (1000*8=8000/-) in the following funds, starting from April 2011. I will be investing for a period of 10-19 years. I am now 37 years old. I am planning to build a corpus. I will be increasing the amount in future as my income increases.

Is it a good portfolio? Please advice of any changes I might need to make before I start investing.

Birla Sun Life Frontline Equity
HDFC Top 200
DSPBR Top 100 Equity Inst
Franklin India Bluechip
ICICI Prudential Growth Inst I
IDFC Imperial Equity
Religare Contra
Canara Robeco Equity Tax Saver



Thank you & Regards,

Raju Muthuswamy
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