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Is it safe to invest in SIP mutual funds?
SIP is a very safe method to invest in mutual funds. You do not need to worry about timing the market when investing via SIP. In SIP, you invest a small amount of money every month. In some months, the price will be high while in some months, the price will be low.
Is investing in SIP a good idea?
If you are an investor with a small but regular amount of money available for investment, SIPs can be a more suitable investment option. For investors with a relatively high investment amount and risk tolerance, lump-sum investments may be more beneficial.
Is there any loss in SIP?
What this means is that your investment in a SIP can go down and you can end up with a value lower than what you invested depending on how the market behaves. The risk in SIP is however related to the holding period and usually, the longer the holding period, the lower the risk.
What if I stop paying SIP?
Once you are ready to continue making your SIP payments, you can intimate your bank and your mutual fund company. However, you need to keep in mind that if you give the ‘stop payment’ instruction for a period of more than 2 months, then your SIP will be cancelled by the AMC.
Should I invest in SIP or lump sum funds?
Here again, it is a matter of your convenience as to investing through a SIP vs lump sum. If you are investing in gilt funds (including constant maturity) or dynamic bond funds, you need to have a 5+ year horizon. If you will hold them to this time frame irrespective of falls, then lumpsums should be just fine.
What is SIP and how does it work?
SIP helps you build a saving discipline, as a fixed amount, as specified by you, goes out of your savings account and gets invested in a mutual fund, on a specific date. This restricts you from spending that amount from your income. SIP helps you average out the cost of investing.
What is Systematic Investment Plan (SIP)?
It is important for every Investor to know what exactly he/she is doing, so to be aware of the risk and return factors and decide wisely. SIP or Systematic Investment Plan is a way to invest systematically in Mutual funds or any other asset class for that matter, at pre-decided regular intervals.
Does it matter if I have weekly SIP instead of monthly SIP?
If the SIP in the same SBI Magnum Gilt was done from 2013-2020 (going through multiple rate cycles) the lump-sum and SIP return differential is very low, at 10.15\% and 9.9\%, respectively. The same holds true for a SIP between 2015-2020. And no, it does not matter if you have a weekly SIP instead of a monthly SIP.