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Four factors to consider before stopping Mutual Fund SIP

Four factors to consider before stopping Mutual Fund SIP

Mutual Fund SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) is a long-term investment for your financial goals. SIP works on the concept of rupee cost averaging and the power of compounding. In Rupee Cost Averaging, we invest a fixed amount in equity funds through SIP. When the market price of the share is low, we bought more units. And when the market price is high we bought lesser units. In power of compounding, it works over a long period of time. We [...]

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5 ways to invest your money when you got an appraisal

5 ways to invest your money when you got an appraisal

Many companies have finished their annual employee appraisal process. Based upon your overall performance, the company give you a hike in your annual income. You must use this additional money in a good manner. Don’t let your money sit idle in your bank account or waste in other expenses. If the money is invested in a good way, it can give you good returns and help to secure your future financially. So as a wise investor, you would not [...]

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BIG OR SMALL INVESTMENT, SIP WORKS FOR YOU

BIG OR SMALL INVESTMENT, SIP WORKS FOR YOU

Mutual Fund Investment is the most preferred way to create wealth in India. You can invest big or small through the option of Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) to build a healthy corpus. In the last few years, Mutual Fund industry is witnessing a phenomenal growth of SIP-based investments. It can attribute to the sheer simplicity of investment avenue. SIP provides a systematic way of investment on a regular interval in mutual funds. The most systematic way is to invest on [...]

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Systematic Investment Plan Versus Lump sum Investment

Systematic Investment Plan Versus Lump sum Investment

There are some old and important debates, Systematic Investment Plan Versus Lump sum Investment is one of them. Asset Management Company (AMC) came and ages have passed since new funds were introduced in the market. But the curiosity of investors remains the same. Both of the sides have pros and cons. There are arguments about how one is better than other or not. It’s like a toss, sometimes head wins and sometimes the tail. However, it depends on market [...]

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Plan your retirement by investing in mutual funds

PLAN YOUR RETIREMENT BY INVESTING IN MUTUAL FUNDS

Plan your retirement by investing in Mutual Funds through PTIC INDIA – Financial Planner in Delhi. At some point of time, we all consider what after retirement or pension. Despite the fact that in the youthful years of working, we might take it lightly. Yet conditions of life do put over the question in front of us and get us worried. Our ways of life presently require a secure tomorrow when the flow of income will see a gradual [...]

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Have You just got Married? Here’s How to Secure Your Future

Secure your family’s financial future with investment through SIP

The rising cost of basic items for the living is shrinking our wallets. In the past 20 years, the cost of many items of regular use has increased 5 to 7 times. But our wage has not expanded to a similar extent. Consequently, we are saving less and less on the proportional and inflation-adjusted basis. As a result, we can be short of our goals in the long term. Historically, we have invested what was saved after spending on [...]

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Why investors should continue investing in SIPs even in a bear market

Why investors should continue investing in SIPs even in a bear market

The popularity of Systematic Investment Plan (SIPs) has gone up in the last couple of years. Investment Advisors and Mutual Fund Managers recommend investment through SIP in diversified equity funds. But SIPs make sense only if invested for a long period of time. Returns on a short-term SIP are insignificant or irregular. As the investment period increases, the gap between invested amount and market value of investment widened substantially. Time works like a lever in the market. So a [...]

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