Many are asking whether they should stop SIPs. If you've emergency fund equivalent to one year of expenses, go ahead and continue SIPs. If not, better late than never, stop SIPs and build the required emergency fund.— D.Muthukrishnan (@dmuthuk) May 9, 2020
Those who've lost jobs or have salary cuts, stop SIPs.
Those who sell products or services always say it's a good time to invest. That's their bread and butter.— D.Muthukrishnan (@dmuthuk) May 9, 2020
As the economy is into recession, see your financial condition and decide. If you've surplus money not needed for next 10 years, then only go ahead and invest.