Mutual Funds

How SIPs have fared

Dhuraivel Gunasekaran | Updated on January 06, 2019 Published on January 06, 2019

The SIP (systematic investment plan) route of investing in mutual funds has gained popularity among retail investors over the past few years. Thanks to steady investments in small doses, SIPs inculcate discipline in investing and reduce the risk of timing the market. We look at SIP returns* of equity funds across key categories.

(*Extended internal rate of returns)

TRI: Total Return Index

Source: ACEMF. Value as of Jan 2, 2019






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