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How to check the rolling returns of a fund?

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Ganeshkumar AP, another Value Research Premium member, wants to know if it is advisable to hold/continue SIP in Motilal Oswal Nasdaq 100 FOF.

Dear member, all our Value Research Premium members can view the Analysts' Choice of any fund. Since you are also a Premium member, we suggest you visit the Motilal Oswal Nasdaq 100 FOF page. There, you will be able to view our recommendation on it. Hope this helps!

A Value Research Premium subscriber, Dhananjay Vaingankar, wants to know how he can find the rolling returns of a fund.

Greetings Mr Vaingankar! All our Premium members can view the rolling returns of a fund by visiting the 'Overview' tab of the particular fund page. This is a newly launched feature, and we hope you will find it helpful.

A Value Research Premium member, Ashok Mahadevan, wants to add his wife's investments to the My Investments feature. How can he do that?

Greetings Mr Mahadevan! You can use the auto-import feature in the My Investments tool to upload your wife's investments without any hassle. Ashutosh Gupta of Value Research has explained it in a video. Watch it here.

Gunit Kaur writes that she has sent her CAMS/KARVY statement almost an hour before and wants to know how long it takes to upload and receive input from Value Research.

Dear Ms Kaur, after you've entered the email ID (which you used while investing) under the 'Upload Investments' option in My Investments, you need to forward the mail received from CAMS to [email protected] After that, it is just a matter of a couple of minutes that you will receive input from Value Research with your investments report ready. It is a quick and easy way to track your investments on Value Research Online.

An anonymous person says that they have opened an SCSS account and withdrawn its amount after maturity (five years), and that account is closed. They want to open that account again for Rs 15 lakh for five years. Kindly advise.

Dear Anonymous! You have the option to open a new SCSS account even after the maturity of your previous SCSS account. You can also open multiple SCSS accounts, but the combined deposits in all those accounts shouldn't exceed Rs 15 lakh at any point in time. For more details, check out our story on SCSS.

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