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Some other Investment Options in India
Sector in India:
Savings are an important tool for growth in a nation. The Indian
economy poses plenty of investment opportunities for the nation.
Offering reasonably evolved avenues for growth of funds, the
investment options in India are an excellent way for the common man
to grow their savings.
Banks are the
foundation of the financial system in India. Banks have been
instrumental in uplifting the rural regions of India. For ordinary
people, banks have provided them the facility to keep deposits
through savings and fixed deposits. Banks offer an average of over
9% for fixed deposits.
Post Office Schemes:
offices in India are spread across many cities, and towns of the
country. Apart from forming the basis of postal communication, they
provide financial assistance as well. Post office schemes offer the
highest rate of interest. Investments in the post office are
safeguarded by the Government of India.
Inspite of the lack
of efficiency and liquidity of post office savings, they are a good
way to invest. Investors are also turning to Public Provident Funds,
since these funds have higher returns and are also exempt from
fixed deposit schemes. This acts as a source of fund-raising for
companies and they also pay interest to the deposit holders. The
rule of the thumb is that the safety of the company is inversely
proportional to the rate of interest offered. Investing in company
fixed deposits has its share of risks. If the company's financial
position is not great, then the depositors have to bear that risk.
Another risk is the liquidity. Investors don't receive their funds
immediately. It may take months after the due date for them to get
back their money.
of the invested funds to counter the interest rate volatility is not
seen favorably. Even if prematurely redeemed, the returns are
subject to some surcharge. Generally, the principal invested is not
safe considering that a company can go bankrupt and may file for it,
and leave you to the mercy of bankruptcy proceedings.
Indian share market is for the brave investor. It is a case of high
risk, high return. You potentially stand to gain up to 11% of the
investment as returns on an average. It can be even more. For people
who have not fully understood the tricks and techniques to invest in
the stock market, mutual funds are a better option.
People with the
same objective of investment, pool their funds together and invest
in a mutual fund. As an investor, you are given units in the mutual
fund. The Net Asset Value of the mutual fund represents the
appreciation or depreciation of the mutual fund value. Asset
Management Companies (AMC) manage mutual funds and are generally
sponsored by financial institutions, banks or business groups.
Mutual funds offer good returns after tax and are a safe investment
option compared to investing directly in the stock market. In a
mutual fund, your funds (along with the others) is managed by fund
managers who know the stock markets like the back of their hand.
diversify your investments to reduce the risk associated with
investing in only one sector. The professionally managed funds have
better returns than any other investment option. After picking the
time frame of investment, you specify the duration of investment. On
a long term, equity investments always yields significant returns.
So if you are thinking long term returns, mutual funds are your
surest route to success.
The above mentioned
are just a snapshot of the investment options available in India. As
India is a growing economy, there are plenty of upcoming investing
opportunities that you have to be on the lookout for.