Friday, January 29, 2016

Here's why ELSS is better than PPF & NSC

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Normally we tell that if you stay invested in Equity for 5- 7years, you tend to get good returns....at least inflation plus.

But as we see in the image, an investor not only made less but even lost his capital even after staying invested for 7 years.

So why should he invest in equity?
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Which investor in his senses will think of investing in Equity when the Principal Amount has not grown at all whereas at the same time, both PPF and NSC have more than doubled??



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Now observe this image....for the same period the fund we have selected has risen from 10k to 47k when the Nifty has gone negative (remember 7 years!).

Now where does the funds invest? Equity?
Where does the Nifty reflect?
Equity?

It just shows the difference between investing in Nifty/Sensex on your own and investing through Experts in the form of Fund Managers.

So, the point here is, I am advising/requesting you to invest in Equities but via Mutual Fund route and not directly.
Of course, if you are confident of being able to digest these kind of losses and stay put, please  go ahead but common sense, suggests, that if you are looking for Equity exposure, then Mutual Funds is the route to go.

ONE MORE POINT :


Secondly from 3000 to 24000 currently 8 times increase meaning Rs 10 nav must have grown to 80 but the answer is 340, again reiterating how good the Fund has been managed.



ANOTHER TAKE-AWAY :
If someone saw just the 1st Image, he would never ever touch equities in his life, here's where you have to understand the power of Mutual Fund.
Direct Equity people may tom-tom their winnings, but I have been in Stock Markets for 25 years now and in Mutual Funds for 20 years and I can vouch for the fact that THERE ARE MORE WEALTHY INVESTORS THROUGH MUTUAL FUNDS THAN DIRECT EQUITY INVESTMENTS. 
I can fight anyone on this with proven DATA that I have collected over the years.

So, friends, if you want to save Tax, you have to understand that it;s got to be Equity Linked Savings Scheme.

I am not projecting HDFC Tax Saver Fund.
You choose ANY ELSS, you will always find that the Fund has clearly beaten the Nifty/Sensex by a wide margin.


So, this Tax Season when you are thinking of saving tax, better weigh the options and then decide sensibly.
There is no other better option than Equity Linked Savings Scheme!

And, when you have decided to go for an ELSS, dont invest in a Brand.
Go for a Quality Consistent ELSS funds like
Religare Invesco Tax Plan
Axis Long Term Equity Fund
Edelweiss ELSS fund
HDFC Tax Saver
Motilal Oswal Long Term Equity Fund
etc...

Ask your Advisor, he will be in a better position to guide you.

Regards,
Srikanth Matrubai

Srikanth Matrubai,   CEO, SriKavi Wealth Advisors
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Mobile: 9972520155




Saturday, January 2, 2016

PAISA WISE RUPEE FOOLISH


My neighbour AtiBhudiram doesn’t shy away from going to city outskirts for bargain shopping. He doesn’t mind spending money on petrol to save few rupees. His wife proudly displays the clothes he has bought at such bargain prices to my wife to showcase 
“Neighbour’s Envy Owner’s Pride”!
Atibhudiram also bought a luxury car last month at a bargain price from a popular used car website. Since then, my wife has been behind me: “Look at AtiBhudiram – he has a luxury car and we always either take an auto or a cab. And you call yourself a Financial Advisor!”
Now, this hurt my male ego and pricked my conscience. I had to explain: AtiBhudiram, true to his name, uses his brain too much and is actually losing money. The second hand car he has bought will soon result in spending twice the purchase cost due to repairs.”
I continued, “If you remember, last time when Mr. AtiBhudiram had a prolonged fever, he visited the friendly neighborhood pharmacist, who doubles up as a Doctor to AtiBhudiram, and took the medication.”
Now, this Pharmacist was very “knowledgeable” and recommended tablets to his “patients”. So, most of the neighborhood “saved” Doctor’s fees and took his esteemed recommendations.
I faced my wife, my gaze locked onto hers. “But, what happened? The fever didn’t subside and he was forcefully hospitalized. And, AtiBhudiram had to spend a huge amount of money as the fever had not only blown up but also brought with it additional ailments.
“And, most importantly, Mr. AtiBhudiram’s elder brother, Mr. AtiChatur, had a big accident wherein his car was badly damaged and was bedridden with injuries for more than 2 months.”
My wife intervened: “But his car was insured, isnt it?”
“Yes,” I explained, “his car was surely insured, but to save few rupees, he didn’t go for Zero Depreciation Cover and his insurance company did not pay 100% of claim due to segregation of parts like plastics, metal and rubber.
And my friend Mr. AtiChatur, just like his brother, did not even have a Health Insurance or a Personal Accident because he wanted to save Rs.1200 or Rs.6000 per annum. With this accident, not only he had to pay for his hospital expenses from his own pocket, but he also had to forgo his business income because he was bedridden for few months and did not have a Personal Accident Policy.
Now, if Mr. AtiChatur had a PA policy,
he would have got a weekly allowance, which would have been paid by the insurance company due to the disability caused by accident.
“So, my dear Dharmapatni, I buy quality and not try to be Paisa Wise Rupee Foolish”. Sipping a lassi, I continued, “It is not that I am against second hand cars, but I always buy quality and I do not mind paying extra if it is worth it. Just like I do not mind paying my Doctor his fees – I don’t try to avoid him by going to the friendly neighborhood pharmacist.
“Yes, people can avoid going to a Financial Advisor too and avoid paying fees for financial advise when they can get if for free on countless websites, but the quality of the advice and his approach for investment decisions when it comes to a competent Financial Planner is priceless.
“So, my dear,” I concluded, “please remember there is an old Hindi saying,‘Kuch Paane Ke Liye, Kuch Khona Padta Hai,’meaning,‘you should be prepared to lose something to gain something.’”

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