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What happens if NAV keep on going down month after month ? u may exhaust all of Rs.6000 before the 4th month as given in ur example and in 5 & 6th month NAV may go up... Then SIP is better option of investing constatnt amount every month...

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Asked by Murali Krishnan, 11 May '07 12:10 pm
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You don't have to buy any units in the 4th and 5th months if it exceeds the limit of 6000. This would still beat SIP way as you buy the highter NAV Units in SIP making it costlier. And thus VCA would still beat SIP. What do you say?
Answered by sangram, 11 May '07 05:52 pm

 
  
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In my opinion you must buy this fund in the sixth months so as to get maximum benefit.
Answered by mayuri ghag, 03 Aug '07 04:24 pm

 
  
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