So you've decided to invest in SIP mutual funds but you want to know which mutual funds to invest in. The confusion is understandable considering there are over 1000+ mutual fund schemes in India.
Cube Wealth has put an end to this confusion by partnering with Wealth First. Wealth First curates a comprehensive list of the best SIP mutual funds on the Cube Wealth app.
In fact, you can start a SIP on Cube Wealth for as low as ₹1000 but starting with at least ₹10,000 per month would be ideal if your aim is to build a substantial corpus.
In this blog, we'll discuss a few of the best SIP mutual funds currently being recommended by Wealth First on Cube Wealth.
What SIP Mutual Funds Should You Invest In?
First off, you should understand your risk level and have a clear idea of your investment goals before starting a SIP. The easiest way to find out both would be to take the detailed risk analysis quiz on Cube Wealth.
It's a set of straightforward yet crucial questions that will help you recognize where you should invest your hard-earned money. You'll get access to handpicked mutual funds once you take the quiz.
Now, these can be your possible SIP mutual funds options on Cube Wealth:
1. Liquid funds
2. Conservative funds
3. Moderate funds
4. Aggressive funds
5. International funds
6. ELSS funds
Cube's unique perfect portfolio builder based on the bucket philosophy will help you diversify your SIP mutual fund investments across these categories of mutual funds based on your risk level and goals.
Watch this video to see QuickSIP on Cube Wealth in action
Shriram is a Content Marketer at Cube Wealth, the Financial Freedom App with a smart Perfect Portfolio Planner. He has developed cutting edge IT products for over 2 years before turning to his passion for the written word. Shriram’s love for philosophy, product development, and empowering people through quality content is what got him to Cube Wealth.
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