I am looking for an investment which can give more returns and also safe?
Which is best among Mutual Fund, ULIP, Insurance, buying directly stocks/shares, currency market like Forex or any other suggestion. Also, the name of trusted company where I can invest. I am located in India.
I am looking for long term and monthly investment of maximum Rs 2000.
Difference between the above mentioned and how can I go for ?
Thanks in Advance
The good news is that you are asking the right questions. However, before you go into stock, bonds or shares, make sure you understand what is going on. You can end up losing a lot while you are trying to figure out how trading platforms work. Find a reputable company at your location and see what they recommend for long term investments. At this stage you will need a profesional to guide you.
On the other hand, investing in property is mostly a good idea, but, again you have to do due diligence. Location matters a lot. Whatever, you invest in , make sure you understand it and that it makes sense.
some good investment plan with returns?
I am from chennai/India and Iam planning for some investment with good returns as follows.
My requirements are as follows
Need to pay around 50k every year for my children’s school as fees, bus fees, uniform etc.
Need to pay some principal repayment for my house loan every year.
To meet the above requirements am planing to save and deposit some quantum of amount in bank every year. it will also have some returns. some one told me MF can fetch me some good and more returns and it is also safe.
Can some one help me with a good suggestion. MF or FD or RD or normal deposit or any other like GOLD etc.
Hi Friend, your requirement are very short term (like fees, education, loan payments) etc. I know people may have advised you to use the mutual fund route may give you good returns, but it is also risky.
Let me make it slightly simple for you, by giving you an idea of risk involved in various investment options:
(1) Fixed Deposits/ Recurring Deposits – Lowest Risk – Ideal for your type of goals (returns 7.5% p.a.)
(2) Mutual Funds (Debt Linked) – Medium Risk – You can consider 25% of your savings in debt linked mutual funds. But let me tell you returns will be almost similar to FD’s/ RD’s
(3) Gold – High Risk – Big No No. At present levels of gold price, I will recommend stay away from it. But you can consider Silver. But do not invest more than 20% of your savings.
Hi, i want to start some business in india that doesn’t call for huge capital and gives decent returns?
hi, i m a student doing masters in finance in india and reside in india …i dont have huge investment outlay but want to start something that can create value, and be profitable for the stakeholders. what are the legal aspects for starting a business in india?
Talk to the locals, theres alot stuff americans buy from india , all you gotta do is be the middle. Establish an office, a website, a list of suppliers that want to sell to america and start marketing their products. If you have a good supplier of clothings, i wouldnt mind doing something. Right now i send designs to china to be made.
investment with returns?
I heard that some builders are building apartments, where you as a buyer can rent it for per day and get money of it. Can someone tell me what is the word of it and who are the builders involved int it, especially in tourist places in India?
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Which permissions I need to sell investment policies designed by myself?
I have designed some investment policies which will give investor nice returns.
I’ll invest the money from policies in my own construction company which nicely successful.
Which permissions I need to sell investment policies designed by myself?Any other suggestion is welcome . . .
My company works in India.
You need to talk to a corporate lawyer and an accountant. You may be able to sell to a restricted number of high net worth individuals who have already expressed an interest to invest in this type of investment (probably broker’s clients. You will not be able to sell willy-nilly to the general public without some sort of legal prospectus. Be careful
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