A Value-averaging Investment Plan (VIP) targets a specific rate of return for you. To achieve this, the investment amount is varied such that you can invest more when the markets are down, and less when the markets are up. The amount to be invested is determined based on automated algorithms. Keep in mind though that there is no guarantee of your targeted return being achieved as mutual fund investment returns aren’t guaranteed.
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- How does the payment using the Easy Pay option work?
- How do I change the SIP date and tenure?
- How do SIPs work for NRI investors?
- How long does it take to process a bank mandate?
- What is a Value-averaging Investment Plan (VIP)?
- What is a Flexi SIP?
- What is an Alert SIP?
- How do I add a biller for iSIP?
- What is an iSIP?
- Is it necessary to have a mandate to set up a SIP?