Posted On Wednesday, May 11, 2016
There must have been many occasions when your daughter or may be even granddaughters would have refused to sleep before hearing a bedtime story. You would have readout those beautiful and “..and they lived happily ever after!” types of stories for them to have a sound sleep. But ever did you wonder what these stories teach us when it comes to investments?
Just once, let us take you to the fairytale world but relook at these stories as though they were giving some investment lessons.
First Story – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
SIP helps us generate wealth
This famous story is an exciting saga of a beautiful princess who meets seven endearing dwarfs in a jungle. This story might make you think of damsel in distress who eventually meets her prince charming, but that is not what it only has to tell you.
The picture shows snow white has conveniently made room for her to sleep by joining all the seven small beds. This teaches us many small investments through Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) help us generate wealth.
You can do an SIP in Quantum Long Term Equity to give your portfolio an equity exposure and mitigate risk at the same time.
Second Story – Tangled
Long Term Investing Always Helps
One of the most favorite of them all is Tangled. Rapunzel, a Disney Princess is known for her extraordinarily beautiful long hair with magical powers.
While everyone thought she was curious of the outside world, looks like what Rapunzel also teaches us by using her long hair to escape from the evil witch is that long term investment (in this case, her hair) always helps. ☺
At Quantum, we always urge our investors to invest for long term when it comes to equities. The Quantum Long Term Equity Fund is also suited to fulfill your long term financial goals.
Third Story – Cinderella
Choose funds that matches your financial goals
The last but certainly not the least is the all-time classic story of Cinderella. The story of an unhappy girl who lives with her stepmother and two step-sisters, and how she reunites with her prince who finds her with the help of her lost crystal shoe.
Just like the magic crystal shoe doesn’t fit anyone except Cinderella, it should be the same with you choosing fund for your investments. One should only choose fund whose investment objective matches to that of your financial goals.
You can click here to check out the list of all our 9 funds and choose a fund that will help you achieve your financial goals.
If we follow these simple rules just like the fairytales we could all live happily ever after...Product Label
|Name of the Scheme||This product is suitable for investors who are seeking*||Riskometer|
|Quantum Long Term Equity Fund|
(An Open-ended Equity Scheme)
|• Long term capital appreciation and current income|
• Investments in equity and equity related securities of companies in S&P BSE 200 index.
Investors understand that their principal will be at Moderately High Risk
* Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them.
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