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Post by mr.dhiraj on Wed Jun 30 2010, 17:04

I am a new investor investing for the 1st time.
i have heard about many mutual fund schemes from reliance. HSBC, HDFC, birla etc.
can anyone suggest me which one is better??
thanks.

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Re: New investor

Post by srujanaa4 on Wed Aug 04 2010, 16:20

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Re: New investor

Post by sru123 on Sat Aug 07 2010, 14:16

hello
I have heard about mutual fund schemes from relinace,HDFC,HSBC..etc..
can anyone suggest me which one is better?

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phe9oxis,
http://www.guidebuddha.com

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Re: New investor

Post by ronak on Tue May 29 2012, 17:48

Hi Dhiraj,

Almost all the mutual funds companies offers you the investment at equal or same rate. Its up to you and and amount you are planning to invest. Mutual funds companies offers various product. You need to find out best suitable product for yourself. Personally I will recommend you to go with DSP BlackRock. One of the leading mutual fund company in India.

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