Arun Kumar K
| Argues in support of
| 2 years ago
Indians are known for avoiding risk not because they do not have experience or knowledge but because to play safe since most of them are from middle class family. They do not want to take risk because of their nominal income.
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| Added idea
| 8 months ago
I do not prefer to invest in a single product. we have to invest in a diversified portfolio which will include SIPs, Real Estate, Equities, Bonds, Gold, Insurance. & allocation of fund in these sectors will depend on our monthly investment...
in practical theory the benefit on switches in ULIP ..no use. first point is that any ULIP plan take min 3 years to come at breakeven point. (invested amount = fund value). this is because the charges factor in any ULIP PLAN. INSTED OF THAT AS A...
I SIPs are the best investment plans. I have been investing in SIP for last 18 months. I am getting good retuns. and i also investing in government banks as fixed deposits, but when i compare with SIPs , the sip is the best.
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