Continuing with a one day old tradition – I will talk about something I wrote in the past and leverage user comments to build on the concept.
Some time ago I wrote about using Moneycontrol to track your mutual funds NAV. This post was a response to a large number of comments I was getting from people who wanted to know the NAV of their mutual fund.
Then another reader commented on that post telling me about the HDFC portfolio tracking tool, which is another good resource. Initially I thought that the tool was only available to people who held HDFC accounts, but that is not true.
This is a free tool, and anyone can register for it free. I registered with it yesterday and although I don’t understand why they need to know my complete details (even gender) to allow me to use their tool, I do think this is quite a handy tool as well.
I will not be moving to this because Moneycontrol and ICICI Direct are more than enough for me right now, but if you were planning on using a new portfolio tool – you have one more option to play with.