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Why investors should continue investing in SIPs even in a bear market

SIPs make sense only if invested over the long run. Returns on a short-term SIP are insignificant or volatile

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Deepak Jasani 



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Illustration: Ajay Mohanty

The recent fall in the equity markets has seen some investors getting negative returns on the SIPs that have been initiated over the past one year or so. This raises the question as to whether SIP should be discontinued during bear phases of the markets.

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First Published: Wed, March 28 2018. 15:04 IST

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