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The markets are seeing some ups and downs lately which have got many investors on tenterhooks.
While you may be losing sleep about your decision to invest in an SIP, it’s important to remind yourself one of the important features of SIP - it helps you reduce the risk of timing the market and average costs over time, by buying more units when prices are low and fewer units when prices are high. Hence, in the falling market scenario, you should continue your SIP to accumulate units at lower prices, which will help lower the average cost of your mutual fund investment.
Falling markets should definitely not be a reason to stop your SIPs; in fact it’s an opportunity to invest more.
So when should you stop your SIP?
You should consider stopping your SIP only when:
Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.
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