SIPs can help turn Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 22.66 lacs in 10 years.

A SIP or systematic investment plan is an investment tool for the long term.

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A SIP or systematic investment plan is an investment tool for the long term. SIP helps investors to minimize their market risk as an investor does not need to stress over market volatility. SIP gives an average return like the equity market during the investment period. 

Also Read: Use a SIP calculator to determine how much return your SIP can provide

UTI Value Opportunities Fund: Its regular plan is a great example of the return a SIP provides. If an investor invested Rs. 10,000 as SIP for a decade, the total return would be Rs. 21.66 lacs. This mutual fund has provided around 25.5% annual return in the past two years, and its absolute return has been 57.6%. The past three years have yielded a 13.5% annual return and 46% absolute. The return for the annual category for the previous three years has been 11.85%. It gave an 11.25% annual return in the past five years, and the category return was 8.65% during this time. This fund's regular plan has provided a 12.2% annual return in the past ten years with over 215% absolute return. 

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If an investor had invested Rs. 10,000 monthly in this fund around three years back, the amount would have grown to Rs. 4.46 lacs. If an investor collected the same amount over five years, the amount would have been Rs. 8.12 lacs. Talking about seven years, the amount would have been Rs. 12.65 lacs, and for ten years, it would have been Rs. 22.66 lacs. 

Also Read: Can SIPs beat slowdowns?

The fund has invested 98.43$ in Indian equities. It has a 52.23% large-cap exposure, mid-cap exposure of 14.34%, and small-cap exposure of 12.22%. UTI Value Opportunities Fund has holdings in stocks like Cipla, Bharti Airtel, ITC, Bajaj Auto, Infosys, Axis Bank, SBI, ICICI Bank, and HDFC Bank. 

Peers 

Nippon India Value Fund - Growth, IDFC Sterling Value Fund - Regular Plan - Growth, Templeton India Value Fund - Growth, and ICICI Prudential Value Discovery Fund-Growth are some of its competitors or peers that have given excellent returns to the SIP investors. 

Conclusion

A SIP has the power to multiply your money manifolds, and we have just seen how. It is a very wise move to invest in SIP as an investor. Beginners and experts can both invest in SIPs and expect great returns with low, moderate, or high risk. It depends on an investor's risk capacity and the fund they choose. 

A SIP or systematic investment plan is an investment tool for the long term. SIP helps investors to minimize their market risk as an investor does not need to stress over market volatility. SIP gives an average return like the equity market during the investment period. 

Also Read: Use a SIP calculator to determine how much return your SIP can provide

UTI Value Opportunities Fund: Its regular plan is a great example of the return a SIP provides. If an investor invested Rs. 10,000 as SIP for a decade, the total return would be Rs. 21.66 lacs. This mutual fund has provided around 25.5% annual return in the past two years, and its absolute return has been 57.6%. The past three years have yielded a 13.5% annual return and 46% absolute. The return for the annual category for the previous three years has been 11.85%. It gave an 11.25% annual return in the past five years, and the category return was 8.65% during this time. This fund's regular plan has provided a 12.2% annual return in the past ten years with over 215% absolute return. 

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If an investor had invested Rs. 10,000 monthly in this fund around three years back, the amount would have grown to Rs. 4.46 lacs. If an investor collected the same amount over five years, the amount would have been Rs. 8.12 lacs. Talking about seven years, the amount would have been Rs. 12.65 lacs, and for ten years, it would have been Rs. 22.66 lacs. 

Also Read: Can SIPs beat slowdowns?

The fund has invested 98.43$ in Indian equities. It has a 52.23% large-cap exposure, mid-cap exposure of 14.34%, and small-cap exposure of 12.22%. UTI Value Opportunities Fund has holdings in stocks like Cipla, Bharti Airtel, ITC, Bajaj Auto, Infosys, Axis Bank, SBI, ICICI Bank, and HDFC Bank. 

Peers 

Nippon India Value Fund - Growth, IDFC Sterling Value Fund - Regular Plan - Growth, Templeton India Value Fund - Growth, and ICICI Prudential Value Discovery Fund-Growth are some of its competitors or peers that have given excellent returns to the SIP investors. 

Conclusion

A SIP has the power to multiply your money manifolds, and we have just seen how. It is a very wise move to invest in SIP as an investor. Beginners and experts can both invest in SIPs and expect great returns with low, moderate, or high risk. It depends on an investor's risk capacity and the fund they choose. 

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