How to build a 10 crore fund in just 10 years

If the returns from your equities portfolio are projected to be 12 percent annually, you will need to invest 4.05 lakh every month for the next 10 years in order to build a corpus of 10 crore.

You must invest Rs. 4.58 lakh each month if we estimate a yearly return of 10%. The monthly investment also accounts for the same rate of growth of the current 32 lakh rupee corpus.

To attain your goal, assuming a 12 percent annual return, you may start investing 1.8 lakh every month and increase the amount of your systematic investment plan (SIP) by 20 percent each year.

Despite the lack of details regarding the monthly investible excess, if I assume that it is 50,000, you will be able to build a corpus of 2.1 crore.

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If you invest 1 lakh rupees per month, your corpus might grow to 3.2 crore, and if you invest 2 lakh rupees per month, your corpus could increase to 5.43 crore after 10 years. This might give you a rough sense of how much you can save each month based on your excess.

It is advisable to diversify investments over six to eight funds when building a portfolio.

Consider funds like Canara Robeco Emerging Equities Fund, Sundaram Large & Mid Cap Fund, SBI or IIFL Focused Equity Fund, and Kotak Emerging Equity Fund in addition to the current funds. Because Kotak Emerging Equity Fund is a mid-cap fund and has more risk, you can limit your allocation to it to 10%.

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