Investing in Mutual Funds SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) vs Lump Sum investment in Mutual Funds, which one offers better returns? Let us calculate and analyse long term returns of both SIP and Lump sum investments in Mutual Funds with example. We will then arrive at strategies on how to invest in Mutual Funds to maximize our returns.

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म्यूचुअल फंड्स में निवेश करना SIP (सिस्टमैटिक इन्वेस्टमेंट प्लान) बनाम म्यूचुअल फंड्स में एकमुश्त निवेश, जो बेहतर रिटर्न देता है? हमारे म्यूचुअल फंड्स श्रृंखला के इस हिंदी वीडियो में, उदाहरण के साथ म्यूचुअल फंड्स में SIP और एकमुश्त निवेश दोनों के दीर्घकालिक रिटर्न की गणना और विश्लेषण करें। फिर हम अपनी रिटर्न को अधिकतम करने के लिए म्यूचुअल फंड में निवेश करने की रणनीतियों पर पहुंचेंगे।

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In this Mutual Funds for Beginners series video, we have explained:
1.Which is better – Mutual Funds SIP (systematic investment plan) or Lump Sum ?
2.Benefits of SIP in Mutual Funds and Lump Sum investments are explained in hindi.
3.In long term which investment mode (SIP or lump sum) in Mutual Funds has provided better returns?
4. Which type of investor should invest in mutual funds through SIP (Systematic investment plan) and which investor should invest in Lump Sum?
5. Difference between Mutual Fund SIP Investment and Lump Sum investment.
6. Basic knowledge of Mutual Fund SIP for beginners.
7. Strategies for investors who want to invest in Mutual funds in India through Lump Sum and Mutual Fund SIP
8. Mutual Funds SIP returns calculation with example of HDFC Balanced Advantage Fund (Growth)

A Mutual fund is a type of financial vehicle made up of a pool of money collected from many investors to invest in securities like stocks, bonds, money market instruments, and other assets. You can invest your amount in mutual funds through SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) or Lump Sum. SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) is an investment mode where you can invest money periodically. The minimum amount you can invest in Mutual funds through SIP is Rs. 500.

SIP is best for those people who don’t have knowledge or time to watch the market.You may get benefit of the average cost in SIP. Lumpsum investing on the other hand means investing a big chunk in one shot.

If you can track the Market then you can get good returns through Lump Sum investment. If you have the sufficient amount and you are looking for investment in mutual funds but you don’t have the knowledge about the market then you can invest your all amount in Debt funds and from that fund you can withdraw little portion of the amount periodically and you can invest in Mutual funds through SIP in Mutual Funds.

By doing this, in long term you will get better returns than FD (Fixed Deposit). If you have sufficient knowledge of the market and you understand the situation of our economy, then you may accumulate the money in debt funds when the market is high and wait for the bottom point to invest. You will get good returns by following this strategy.

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