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What is SIP? (Systematic Investment Planning) slideshare

Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) is an approach to investing small amounts at regular intervals rather than investing lump sum amount at one time.

Considered to be the safest way to invest into Equity Markets by going the SIP route, Investor is not trying to capture the Highs and lows of the market, but trying to average the cost by investing at regular interval.

Concept is that, When the markets fall investor gets more units. Likewise investor acquires lesser units when the market goes up. This means that investor buys less when the price is high and investor buys more when the price is low. Hence the average cost per unit falls down over a period of time.

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What is SIP? (Systematic Investment Planning) slideshare

  1. 1. What is SIP? Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) is an approach to investing small amounts at regular intervals rather than investing lump sum amount at one time. Considered to be the safest way to invest into Equity Markets by going the SIP route, Investor is not trying to capture the Highs and lows of the market, but trying to average the cost by investing at regular interval. Concept is that, When the markets fall investor gets more units. Likewise investor acquires lesser units when the market goes up. This means that investor buys less when the price is high and investor buys more when the price is low. Hence the average cost per unit falls down over a period of time.
  2. 2. 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
  3. 3. SENSEX 21000 January 2008 SENSEX 9000 February 2009 SENSEX 15000 January 2012 SENSEX 25000 June 2014
  4. 4. Rs.500/ Monthly - SIP from January - 2008 to June - 2014 Total Amount invested = Rs. 39,000/- After 6.5 years Amount Corpus = Rs. 60,000/-
  5. 5. SENSEX 21000 January 2008 SENSEX 9000 February 2009 SENSEX 15000 June2011
  6. 6. Rs.500/- Monthly in SIP from January - 2008 to June - 2011 Total Amount invested = Rs.21,000/- After 3.5 years Amount Corpus = Rs. 26,000/-
  7. 7. Getting carried away with market sentiments Word of Mouth Liquidity Crisis Wanting to Shift Investments to Safe Heaven Assets like Bank Deposits. Deteriorating Performance during falling market.
  8. 8. Mr. A stayed invested from 2008 to 2014 where he generated greater corpus than Ms. B. Ms. B, due to fear of Falling Market moved out of SIP Investments in 2011 itself, due to which she generated lesser corpus as compared to Mr. A. This concludes that an Investor must remain invested for a long tenure irrespective of the market scenario in order to generate large corpus.
  9. 9. Email: info@lmspl.com Call: 022 40824082 Website: www.latinmanharlal.com

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