When Systematic Savings brought them to Russia Thursday, Jun 21, 2018
The internet is overwhelmed and flooded with world cup news. Everything around it is being written about and talked about. What caught our attention also is the story of three friends who saved for 5 years to make their dream to attend the Russia World Cup.
These friends have a very wonderful message for everyone.
1. Never give up on your dreams
2. Have a plan
After trying hard several times and failing these friends finally had a plan to make their dream to watch a world cup. At Quantum this is exactly what we always try to help our investors understand - All your financial goals can come true if you have a solid plan aka Systematic Investment Plan (SIP).
Just like these African besties, if we regularly invest small amount of money for long term we could achieve our financial plan.
Are you wondering how SIP actually works?
So your dream or financial plan could be anything – buying a house, child’s education, marriage expenses, or travelling around the world. Such dreams would generally need relatively large funding which might not be readily possible. When you invest through SIPs you build a corpus over a longer period of time, through small but regular investments. This is what SIP is all about – wealth creation and help fulfilling our dreams and aspirations.
Here is an example to help you understand the working of SIP.
|THE POWER OF RUPEE COST AVERAGING|
Regular SIP Investor
Amount Invested in Rs.
Amount Invested in Rs.
Total Amount Invested
Average price paid
Total units bought
Value of investment after six months
The numbers used in the above table are for illustrative purposes only
Thus this table shows that even though the amount invested is the same in both cases, the returns from the SIP mode of investment are relatively higher.
PS: The next FIFA World Cup 2022 is going to be in Qatar. Plan with your friends and start saving!
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