Willing To Invest in SIP...

Hi all...Willing to invest in SIP...can somebody help for the same? more  

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go for elss sips they are tax saving and great return , u can go to money control .com and research on there performance more  
SIP is a good way of attaining financial freedom. The key is to stay invested through bad times (that is the time when you make money) and invest for long and take the benefit of power of compounding. Which fund should be selected depends on your goals, risk profile and time horizon. While you can certainly do yourself (it is easy), the above parameters mentioned are utmost important and that is where a financial planner can help you. If the "planner" is only a distributor just filing up forms, it is certainly not worth the money to go through him / her. more  
There are Laws and Acts to protect the interest of employees like Lab our Law, Industrial Dispute Act, Trade Union Act, Minimum wage Act, etc are there. The aggrieved should knock the door of the appropriate authority through proper forum for the readdress of the grievances, injustice, harassment,etc For future of any disablity, retirement one should save some thing depending upon the income and requirement. One should invest in,Social security schemes, Insurance schemes, Employees Provident Fund, Pension Schemes, Mutual fund etc systematically. And also, the citizens of the country to elect the political party which protect, safeguards,the interest and welfare of the employees, lab ours, coolies, daily wagers, peasants etc. The citizens should organised, educated and agitated, in accordance with Law to demand for their rights and privileges implement and enforcement with the Governments. more  
What Sanjay Kumar has commented is a most valid point and AMFI & SEBI too want the same and are promoting direct investment. However the investor should be: (1) confident (2) do sufficient research (3) capable of managing his/her finances (4) should have a long term view when choosing sips (5) if short term then should have where-withall to chose right option. If the investor/stress is wise and prudent enough, then that is the best way. All the best. more  
I think it is not necessary to go for investment thru consultant ,u must have certain vision as 1 Sip gives better return mostly long term 2 Initially go for safe investment (upto certain extent)as hdfc/icici/sbi /birla ,prefer at initial stage lower sip amount . 3 Check performance as return in 3years ,which gives yardstick to select the sio stock . Starting is better with lower nav ,so have a advantage of more units . Overall after few investment, u wd have better glimpse of investment mode, techniques. more  
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