If youʹre afraid of stock market volatility, systematic investment plans, or SIPs, are the most appropriate option for you. A Systematic Investment Plan is a sort of mutual fund investment tool that allows clients to invest modest amounts of money in the stock market on a regular basis. Investors can use this service to invest a set amount of money at regular periods to generate good returns in the long run.
A systematic Investment Plan is a straightforward and efficient method of accumulating money. You donʹt need to invest a lot of money; just a little bit at a time would suffice. SIP establishes a good saving habit. You can begin your SIP with just Rs. 500, and the interval cycle might be weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or even annually. Because of the compounding impact, choosing a SIP will help you grow your investments exponentially in the long run.
1. It is Pocket-friendly.
2. Allows for Rupee Cost Averaging.
3. Market Timing is No Longer Relevant
4. Advantages from Compounding Effectʹs Power
5. Aids in Goal-Setting
By opting for SIP, we get our Average Buying Price here because we buy at numerous levels in the market instead of investing at one single level. When the market is in an uptrend and the price rises above our average buying price, we earn a profit. If we invest a lump sum amount in the stock market, the time frame for which we invest and the valuation at which we invest determines the return we will receive from the market. SIP, on the other hand, has its own set of advantages and disadvantages.
Mr. Warren Buffet, the worldʹs most successful investor, has previously said where all of his funds will be put after his death. Index funds are the answer. Mr. Buffet recommends a Low-Cost Index Fund to anyone looking to invest in Mutual Funds in the United States. When asked which actively managed Mutual Fund he would choose if he had to invest in a developing country such as India, Mr. Warren Buffet responded, "If I had to invest in a developing country like India, or any other developing country for that matter, I would choose Low-cost Index Funds." If you wish to invest in the stock market using mutual funds, Low-Cost Index Funds are the way to go.
So one can choose to invest in Index Funds such as UTI Nifty Index Fund (Direct Plan), UTI Nifty Next Fifty Index Fund (Direct Plan), HDFC Liquid Fund (Direct Plan), ICICI Prudentialʹs Regular Gold Savings Fund (Direct Plan), etc. through a Systematic Investment Plan (SIP).
If you are a no-nothing investor, you can opt to invest in an Index fund via SIP and earn good returns in the long run if the Indian share market grows. Well, India is a growing market, and there will be huge growth here in the coming future, and if the Indian indexes i.e. Sensex and Nifty represent this growth, and if they both grow in tandem with it, then one should invest here.
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