Thursday, January 22, 2009

loss in existing sips, what to do?


Rajeev Bora wrote :

Substantial Loss in existing SIPs (over last one year) –portfolio
as in following funds– may please advise for future course of action.

Birla Sun Life Frontline Equity-D
DSPML T.I.G.E.R. Reg-D
HDFC Top 200-D
Kotak Opportunities-D
Magnum Contra-D
Magnum Multiplier Plus-G
Reliance Diversified Power Sector Retail-G
Reliance Diversified Power Sector Retail-G
Reliance Growth-D
Reliance Natural Resources Retail-G
Reliance NRI Equity-G
Reliance Regular Savings Equity
Sundaram BNP Paribas Select Focus Reg-D

Tata Indo Global Infrastructure-D
Tata Infrastructure-D
Tata Infrastructure-G

Please advise....
Rajeev Bora



SRIKANTH SHANKAR MATRUBAI replied :
Dear rajeev,
My sympathies lie with you. This Market Meltdown has not spared anyone and you are no exception. Most of your investments are into good funds and need very little tinkering.
While I would advise you to completely switch from Reliance Diversified Power Sector Fund into Reliance Vision Fund, even at a loss, as Reliance Vision has better prospects than Reliance Diversified Power Fund.
You also have two other Infrastructure Fund in Tata Infrastructure Fund and Tata Indo Global Infrastructure Fund. You need to again switch over here from Tata Infrastructure fund to Tata Pure Equity fund, which has a very Good Track Record.
However, all your other funds are very good and do continue your sip in these, you are sure to not only get back your investment but also make decent profits in about 3 years time.
If possible, add Franklin Templeton PE Ratio Fund of Funds, which is my latest recommendation to ALL clients. This Fund automatically increases/decreases exposure to Equity/Debt depending on PE Ratio of the Sensex and would compliment your portfolio.
Best of luck,
Srikanth Shankar Matrubai
Also visit http://equityadvise.blogspot.com for an indepth Equity Analysis

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