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Systematic Withdrawal Option: A tax efficient way of earning retirement inflow benefits

The benefit of Value Cost Averaging (VCA) over Rupee Cost Averaging(SIP)

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Source: IRIS (31-MAY-12)

The basic tenant of investing is buying low and selling high. However, this principal, is often never put to use, because fear, greed are stronger than long term investing discipline.

What is even sadder is the public, normally buys at highs and sells at lows, which grossly undermines returns and the investor, ends up loosing money and not being happy with the investment decision or the financial planner.