to Calculate Your SIP Performance
About SIP
Systematic Investment Plan A systematic investment plan is an investment vehicle offered by many mutual funds to investors, allowing them to invest small amounts periodically instead of lump sums. The frequency of investment is usually weekly, monthly or quarterly.

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to Check Your STP Performance
About STP Performance
In a STP, investors let a mutual fund switch or redeem a certain amount or a certain number of units from one scheme and invest in another scheme of the same mutual fund house. You choose how much money or how many units to move from one mutual fund scheme to another of your choice. This means that funds can be put out at regular intervals because of this facility.

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to Calculate Your SWP Performance
About SWP Performance
SWP stands for Systematic Withdrawal Plan, and it allows an investor to withdraw a fixed or variable amount from a mutual fund scheme on a monthly, quarterly, semiannually, or annual basis, depending on his needs. An investor can tailor the cash flows to his preferences; he can withdraw a fixed sum or only the capital gains from his investments. SWP delivers a regular income and returns on the money still invested in the programmed to the investor.

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to Calculate Your Top Performer
Top Performer
Mutual Funds with the Best Performance The Best Mutual Funds in India are those that have provided amazing returns to investors while also having exceptional management. They are regarded as India's best mutual funds in every way, including historical performance, fund management, portfolio allocation, rating, risk management, and so on.

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to NAV Finder
About NAV Finder
The market value of a fund's shares is represented by its net asset value (NAV). It is the price at which investors purchase (bid price) and sell (redemption price) fund shares from a fund company. The total worth of all cash and securities in a fund's portfolio, less any liabilities, is divided by the number of shares outstanding to arrive at the fund's NAV.

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to Calculate Your Dividend History
About Dividend History
Dividend yield is the amount of money a firm pays shareholders for owning a share of its stock divided by its current stock price, expressed as a percentage. Dividends are most likely to be paid by mature enterprises. Dividend yields are typically higher in the utility and consumer staples businesses.

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to Calculate Your SIP/LS Balancer
About SIP/LS Balancer
In mutual funds, there is a combination of SIP and lumpsum investment. By combining SIP and Lumpsum mutual funds, we can meet all of our objectives. People can put their money in mutual funds using a mix of SIP and Lumpsum and receive a large sum of money after a few years.

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to Calculate Your Scheme Performance
About Scheme Performance
A scheme's success is represented in its net asset value (NAV), which is released on a daily basis for open-ended schemes and weekly for closed-ended schemes. Mutual fund NAVs are mandated to be printed in newspapers. The NAVs are also published on mutual fund websites. All mutual funds must also post their NAVs on the Association of Mutual Funds in India's website.

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