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Motilal Oswal Asset Management Company Ltd. has been appointed as the Investment Manager to Motilal Oswal Mutual Fund by the Trustee vide Investment Management Agreement (IMA) dated May 21, 2009, executed between Motilal Oswal Trustee Company Ltd. and Motilal Oswal Asset Management Company Ltd.
 
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MOSt Focused Dynamic Equity - Direct Plan – Annually Dividend - 12.0577MOSt Focused Dynamic Equity - Direct Plan – Quarterly Dividend - 12.1441MOSt Focused Dynamic Equity - Regular Plan – Annually Dividend - 11.8648MOSt Focused Dynamic Equity - Regular Plan – Quarterly Dividend - 11.9218MOSt Focused 25 Fund- Direct Plan (D) - 19.9042MOSt Focused 25 Fund- Direct Plan (G) - 23.6535MOSt Focused 25 Fund-(D) - 18.5348MOSt Focused 25 Fund-(G) - 22.1333MOSt Focused Long Term (D) - 17.7719MOSt Focused Long Term (G) - 18.4005MOSt Focused Long Term- Direct Plan(D) - 18.558MOSt Focused Long Term- Direct Plan(G) - 19.1937MOSt Focused Midcap 30- Direct Plan(D) - 25.0224MOSt Focused Midcap 30- Direct Plan(G) - 28.4678MOSt Focused Midcap 30(D) - 23.7621MOSt Focused Midcap 30(G) - 27.111MOSt Focused Multicap 35- Direct Plan(D) - 28.2914MOSt Focused Multicap 35- Direct Plan(G) - 28.6402MOSt Focused Multicap 35(D) - 27.2712MOSt Focused Multicap 35(G) - 27.6188MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Fortnightly Dividend Option - 10.0048MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Monthly Dividend Option - 10.0199MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Quarterly Dividend Option - 10.0407MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Weekly Dividend Option - 10.0075MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Fortnightly Dividend Option - 10.0023MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan- Growth - 13.5785MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Direct Plan-Daily Dividend Option - 10.0008MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan- Growth - 13.2471MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Daily Dividend Option - 10.0109MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Monthly Dividend Payout - 10.0191MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Quarterly Dividend Payout - 10.0488MOSt Ultra Short Term Bond Fund-Regular Plan-Weekly Dividend Option - 10.0072Motilal Oswal Most Focused Dyn Eq Fund (G) - 12.1348Motilal Oswal Most Focused Dynamic Equity Fund-Dir (Div-A) - 12.3283

5 key consequences of delay in investing

There is a lot of said and done about investing. It is an ocean, everyone can enjoy you need not be a sailor. But some just wet their feet in the water and some stay away just admiring the waves. Those who admire the waters and wish to experience the sea must stop wasting time by the bay and should enjoy the waves early. Now since you wish to get into the waters, delaying to act results in missing out the fun. Similarly, if you have already decided to invest, why miss out on good returns by delaying? Let’s learn the 5 key consequences of delay in investing.

Weaker returns

Reasons Why You Should Not Delay in Investing

Consider Mr. X is 21 years old and Mr. Y is 41. Both of them invest an amount of Rs. 12,000 per annum (i.e.Rs.1,000 per month) for 20 years. Considering the 20% CAGR returns, their money grows upto about Rs. 26,88,307/- Now Mr. Y is 61 years old while Mr. X is at 41, the age where Mr. Y started to invest. If Mr. X continues to invest the same amount, considering the CAGR to be 20% by the age of 61 years his returns would be Rs. 10,57,51,552/-

Comparatively Higher investments

Invest while you are young

Now let’s take another example, consider your colleague starts investing Rs. 1000 per month for 10 years (i.e. Rs 12,000 per annum)and his money starts growing at 20% CAGR by the 5th year, he/she would have invested Rs. 60,000/- which would have grown upto Rs. 1,07,159/- Now looking at his/her money grow, eventually you decide to invest double the amount (i.e. Rs 2,000 per month) for next 5 years. Both of you would be investing the same amount altogether but considering the constant CAGR you would make Rs. 1,49,018/- while your colleague would have made Rs. 3,85,805/- by magic of compounding. You may have to invest more than 3 times of his/her monthly investments to get closer to your colleague’s returns.

Change of risk appetite

risk in investing

Generally, you have higher risk appetite at the young age. With the passage of time, your responsibilities grow and financial planning may suffer in the future. It is recommended to invest at the young age so that the returns could be higher by the time of requirements. Later on, if invested late when the risk appetite lowers due to the newer financial goals and other responsibilities, your investments may get overshadowed.

Change in expense priorities

why should you invest in young age

Do you consider your rising expenses, financial goals and inflation in the times to come? Rising inflation lowers down the value of rupee over the period of time. Simultaneously, your expense priority would change according to changing lifestyles and necessities. Your future expenses partly depend on your current financial plans and change of income in the future.

Missing on saving vs. investing benefits

Savings or investing, save or invest

If your money is in savings, it’s great! Savings are good options for immediate or short term plans. Your money may grow at certain rate of interest which can be withdrawn according to your short term needs. But investing your money for long run makes it easier to achieve your goals which may seem difficult by just savings. Investing often delivers much higher percentage of returns than savings do. Yes, it does involve risk but if invested early and correctly, the potential returns may help you enjoy the bigger goals in the ocean of investing.

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The illustrations are used to explain the concept and should not be used for development or implementation of an investment strategy.

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Disclaimer:The information herein alone is not sufficient and should not be used for the development or implementation of an investment strategy and shall not constitute as an investment advice. MOAMC shall not be liable for any direct or indirect loss arising from the use of any information contained in this document. Readers shall be fully responsible for any decision taken on the basis of this document. Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.

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