SIP in equity funds vs Recurring Deposits

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Both Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) in equity funds and recurring deposits in banks are used to create a large corpus over a long period of time. The effect of compounding helps both deliver handsome returns. One may argue that it won’t be fair to compare the two as they belong to different asset classes, namely equity and debt. But in times of intense volatility in stock markets and high...


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