Gone are the days where interest rates were in an average of 24%. Banks were having difficult to garner enough support and convincing power to attract customer. Senior citizens were having gala time to put their money in fixed deposit receipts. The concept of mutual funds and Systematic Investment plan was new. It was only after 1991 that current accounted convertibility was introduced. In this way India moved a massive trajectory in the finance and banking space from dawn to digital. And now with the introduction of smallcases into the Investment Game the advent of Investments in the Indian Financial Markets seems stronger than ever.
Systematic Investment Planning (SIPs) envisages putting your money in various market segments in Money and capital markets via the Mutual Funds / ETFs / Smallcases. So that if one market moves south wards it will be compensated by the market that moves North wards. This avoids the notional loss on the portfolio.
Systematic Investment plan (SIPs) is immensely popular worldwide as it considered the investment requirement of investors of all ages. Young segment envisages putting money in high risk high reward equity, Next Eggs considers putting money into Mutual Funds and senior citizens sees putting money in more money market instruments. Thus, (SIPs) sees overall requirements of all age investors.
Systematic Investment plan involves varieties on all three segment instruments from time to time. Time has shown that investment in equity shares high good returns at high risks but it has also proves that Mutual Funds has not given much risk but low return. SIPs envisages customized investment. A SIP involves investing a consistent sum of money regularly and usually into the same securities. In many cases in the market SIPs operate on the principle of rupee cost average. SIPs claims to encourage disciplined Investment. SIPS are flexible. The investors may stop investing a plan anytime or may choose to increase or decrease the investment amount SIP is usually recommendation to regard investor who does not have the resources to pursue the active investment.
Finance is like fire. It either burns your house or makes you drooling in money. STAYVAN’s phenomenal returns are achieved through our unique strategy of averaging / rebalancing on price movements and not on time as done by many other SIPs. This adaption of unique strategy has provide us the edge over all other SIPs instruments / smallcases available in the market. STAYVAN under Dipen Shah has carved its niche in the present era of the capital markets and has created raving customers. We shall be delighted and privileged to have invest through our STAYVAN Smallcases.
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STAYVAN is here to guide investors as we have outperformed the stock market by generating to the client-investors more than 25% returns over a course of time. This performance is achieved in the wake of the stock market universe-where there are many financial instruments from equity to Mutual Funds and from capital market securities.