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SIP works on the principle of regular investments. It is like your recurring deposit where you put in a small amount every month. It allows you to invest in a MF by making smaller periodic investments (monthly or quarterly) in place of a heavy one-time investment i.e. SIP allows you to pay 10 periodic investments of Rs 500 each in place of a one-time investment of Rs 5,000 in an MF. Thus, you can invest in an MF without altering your other financial liabilities. It is imperative to understand the concept of rupee cost averaging and the power of compounding to better appreciate the working of SIPs.

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Watch the interview of Feroze Azeez, Anand Rathi Private Wealth Management with Ekta Batra & Reema Tendulkar on CNBC-TV18, in which he spoke about systematic investment plan (SIP).

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in different investment instruments like PPF, Equity MF SIP, Recurring Deposit, Gold Funds, etc depending on your risk appetite and investment time horizon. The younger you are, higher your risk taking capacity

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throughout the year by investing through SIP. With the help of investing in SIP, you are insulated from the short- term volatility of the stock market. With SIP in ELSS you are able to reap the benefit

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with the investment. Please remember long run systematic investment planning (SIP) it gives you a great return but during the fourth-fifth-seventh year you might see negative returns or very low returns

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Hemant Rustagi of Wiseinvest Advisors gives solutions to Personal Finance queries in an interview to CNBC-TV18s Reema Tendulkar and Ekta Batra.

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