Considering the uncertain & volatile market condition, it’s understandable if you are confused. But history tells us, this is not the first time market volatility has struck, and those who made the right moves in the past, mostly came out stronger on the other side.
Consult an expert before making any investment decision.
The market has seen many downturns, but has recovered over a period of time.
Use the calculator to find out how much your past
investment could have grown till now.
Grand total needs to be 100
Past Performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Historical returns are not indicative of future returns and this calculator is for general awareness on performance of each asset class to assist you for planning your financial goals and this calculator alone may not be sufficient and Investors are advised to take help of an expert before making any investment decision. Market linked asset classes are subject to market risks, therefore, investors should invest according to their risk appetites and investment needs. Benchmark for different asset classes - Equity (Nifty 50), International Equity (S&P 500 in INR), Fixed Income (CRISIL Short Term Bond Fund Index), Gold (Gold price in INR), FD (1 year FD Rates of SBI Bank). Data is as on July 31, 2020, and is sourced from www.advisorkhoj.com. The appreciated value provided by the calculator is CAGR for Lumpsum & XIRR for SIP returns and final value does not take into consideration any expense and taxation liability(removed comma here) if any. The rate of return used are for illustration only. For the purpose of calculation, it is assumed that investment installments are made at the beginning of the month/ year as the case may be. SIP in the case of Fixed Deposits is assumed to be a recurring deposit with monthly frequency. PMF/ AMC/ Trustee/ Sponsor or any other group companies will not accept any liability whatsoever for any financial or non- financial consequences arising from the use of this tool and makes no warranty about the accuracy of this tool.
Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.