web analytics

How can 5000 SIP can make you a Crorepati

Dear Readers,

If I take a survey of 100 people today. 100 out of 100 would have a dream of  becoming a Crorepati.

Yes, you can become a Crorepati or I would name it “SIP Crorepati”

See How!!!

Mutual funds in India is the easiest & most reliable mode of investments for retail investors.

Before I go ahead, lets have a look at the Sensex returns in the past

  • 18% in the last 5 years
  • 19% in the last 10 years
  • 18% in the last 31 years since inception

If you are not believing in the stats given, Sensex was at 3937 on 1 jan 2001 & 1024 on 1 Jan, 1991 & 100 in 1979 that is inception.

Now we can take a conclusion out of the past data that, Sensex has delivered 18-19% returns in the past.

Now if you plan your investmensts systematically & go for a

  • SIP for Rs 5000 monthly
  • For 10 years
  • Stop your Investments in SIP after 10 years
  • Let it grow for 25 years till retirement

These can the results after

12 years- 25 Lakhs

20 Years- 1.05 Crores

25 Years- 2.8 Crores

by assuming a rate of return of only 19% per annum which Sensex has delivered in the past.

And very importantly, you may end up getting a interest income of Rs 2 Lakhs every month out of 2.8 Crores & that 2.8 Crores would remain as a Investment with you forever.

The figures above mentioned are true & you can check this by downloading wealth calculator from the internet

Regards;

Mayank Gupta MBA Finance,  CRISIL
Wealthbazaar.in


Tags; Crorepati sip investment, sip investment , sip mutual fund, sip investment plan

Be Sociable, Share!
Tags:

Stock Market Basics For Beginners

Active Stock

Active Stock Share in which there are actually regular and day-to-day dealings, as distinguished from partly effective stocks in which dealings (buy-sell) aren't so frequent. Most 'shares or ...…

What Is a Premium Price

What Is a Premium Price Securities are usually released in denominations of Rs 10, 20 or 50. This is called as the Par Value or Face Value as mentioned previously. ...…

What are Premium Issues?

What are Premium Issues? Most Companies shares have a face value of Rs.10 though not always offer to the public at this price. Companies can offer a stock (share) ...…

Initial Public Offer

Initial Public Offer Initial Public Offer. The initial sale of share by a firm for the public. The commonest reason for a firm to start an IPO is ...…

Stock Exchanges in India

Stock Exchanges in India Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd. Phone no; 022 22721234 Fax no; 22722082. Web id;  www.bseindia.com Address; Phiroze Jeejeebhoy Towers , ...…

Indian Share Tips

NSE Investment Site

Market Update

Share Guide

Designed by VMV