Introducing Moneycontrol Tips Model Portfolio. We know how tempting it can be to try to time the market or invest in the hot stock of the day, but we believe a long-term, diversified investment strategy is a much more solid way to help you reach your goals. Our Model Portfolio will Include stocks that make up that will have certain characteristics and values that we believe will help you build wealth over time. These characteristics include:


  • Service will Include two types of Portfolio � Low Risk & High Risk giving you a diverse choice.
  • Expect a Return of about 25-30% in Low Risk, with Out performance with Nifty Expected to be around 10% & Risk Ratio about 5%.
  • Expect a Return of about 40-45% in High Risk, with Out performance with Nifty Expected to be around 15% & Risk Ratio about 10%
  • Portfolio will be closely followed by us, hence expect periodical update on the portfolio for any inclusion or exit of stock through email & sms

Holdings are spread & disturbed across major sector (see pie chart below) giving a strong diverse nature.

Industry Leader

If a company isn’t one of the leaders in its industry, it should offer other competitive strengths that would allow it to sustain long-term profitability.

Shareholder-focused Management

We look for companies that earn attractive or improving returns on invested capital. You’ll notice that many companies in Model Stock Portfolio have a history of paying and increasing their dividends.

Strong Finances

We believe our Model Stock Portfolio companies are financially strong and have demonstrated consistent growth in earnings and dividends.When looking at our Model Stock Portfolio, you’ll realize that our recommendations are focused on companies in industries that we believe have the best potential for long-term competitive returns. With Moneycontroltips Model Portfolio we are committing to a long-term investment philosophy that emphasizes quality and diversification.


Moneycontrol Tips Model Portfolio represent hypothetical or simulated performance, not actual trading. Since the trades have not actually been executed, the results may have under-or-over compensated for the impact of certain market factors, such as liquidity. Returns include commission and slippage for each trade. Dividends are not included. Remember that past returns are no guarantee of future returns.