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Old 07-28-2017, 08:49 AM
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Default Where should I invest money for getting higher return?

I have a little bit of my savings & I want to invest it but I'm confused where to invest that money so that I can have a good return
whether I should invest In FD, RD or go with Mutual Funds.
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Old 08-01-2017, 03:19 AM
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Hi, I would suggest national bonds with my personal experience http://www.mymoneysouq.com/financial...th-investment/ see this for your preferences
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Old 08-01-2017, 08:52 AM
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I think according to my opinion investment in share market can be the best place to get a higher return but for this basic knowledge of share market is essential as without the basic knowledge of share market you can't get a good return on share market investment.
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Old 08-02-2017, 06:08 AM
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Bonds, mutual funds or stocks. You can choose either of them But of course you need to study first how it truly works. If you want to be sure you can also talk to specialist, there are investment banks that can explain to you how it works.
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Old 08-02-2017, 06:22 AM
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Get higher return on Bursa KLSE of a share market investment with on a daily Basis.

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Old 08-02-2017, 06:48 PM
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Hello there,

I shall concur with Mikehills101 with the fact that Stocks are the most superior choice for a higher return, however mutual funds and bonds are also very good longer term investments. If you could elaborate a little then we can discuss more on the issue.

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Old 08-03-2017, 11:50 AM
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You have to invest money in your own business. else you can try invest in gold and real estate. it is safe and secure investment.
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Old 08-09-2017, 03:49 PM
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For Higher return you have to invest your money in Bitcoin. it is safe and secure investment
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Old 08-24-2017, 06:03 AM
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There're many ways to multiply your money but I think the best is stock market. You can trade with Brokers with low spread and it won't be so risky for you
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Old 08-31-2017, 05:00 AM
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Settled store (FD) financing costs are falling like ninepins. With banks flush with stores post demonetisation and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) anticipated that would cut its repo rate (in February 2017) in perspective of falling swelling, the loan fee on FDs is required to fall further.

Most banks as of now offer rates in the vicinity of 6.5 and 7.2 for each penny for residencies extending from 1 to 10 years. This time a year ago, the 10-year G-sec was 7.7 for every penny, when contrasted with 6.4 for each penny now, a drop of 1.3per penny in the course of the most recent a year.

As the financing costs are required to slide down further, traditionalist speculators hoping to secure assets ( single amount) for the medium to long haul can consider these four settled loan cost ventures, with loan costs higher than 7.5 for each penny for every annum - RBI's 8% Savings Bonds, 5-year Post Office Time Deposit, 5-year Post Office NSC and Post Office KVP.

8% Savings (Taxable) Bonds, 2003

The 8% Government of India Savings (assessable) securities, 2003, issued by the RBI, convey sovereign assurance. There is no speculation roof and the secure period is six years.

As the name demonstrates, the loan fee offered is 8% for every annum, which is assessable. The enthusiasm on non-combined bonds is payable at half-yearly interims. The enthusiasm on total bonds, aggravated with half-yearly rests, is payable on development, along withthe important sum. So the total estimation of Rs 1,000 toward the finish of six years will be Rs 1,601. They can be obtained from banks and are even accessible on the web.

The other three ventures are little funds speculations. There is no Tax Deduction at Source (TDS), regardless of the measure of intrigue, nonetheless, that does not influence them to tax exempt items.

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Old 09-05-2017, 03:21 PM
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There're many ways to multiply your money but I think the best is stock market. You can trade with Brokers with low spread and it won't be so risky for you

You may try invest in Digital currency bitcoin. in recent days you may check its price.

1 BTC to USD, 1 BTC to INR etc.

You may check Bitcoin Rate Chart at zebpay.com and may also check at other websites too.
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Old 09-07-2017, 01:32 AM
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Hi, if you intend to invest towards a long-term goal, then do consider SIP in a good equity mutual fund type (large/ mid/ small cap / growth / value etc) and manager.

If you’d continue monthly contributions till right before the goal-date, then around 5 or 6 years before the goal-date, change your prospective contributions’ asset-allocation to say 50% equity 50% debt { debt here could be Voluntary provident fund, if you participate in Employees Provident Fund and your goal is retirement or a derivative arbitrage fund (do not be misled by the name and imagine high risk, because these schemes are low risk and benchmarked to liquid fund index; however their tax-treatment is similar to equity’s. So, if you are in a high tax-bracket, say 20% or 30%, these schemes would give better-returns than most debt mutual fund schemes on a post-tax and post-expense basis) or a consistently-performing dynamic bond fund or consistently-performing debt fund scheme}.

4 / 3 / 2 / 1 years before your goal date, make your prospective contributions’ asset allocation as 100% VPF or derivative arbitrage MF.

It would be useful to rebalance your portfolio each year, which is an exercise aimed at reconciling the investments’ expectations with actual performance. For example, say I invest Rs 100 in equity today for a period of 10 years and my Expected (return) = 16% CAGR on nominal basis. Hence I expect the 100 to become Rs 441 after 10 years. Now, let’s say after 1 year, the investment has returned 25%. Hence, my Rs 100 has become Rs 125. Also, my Expected (return) for 9 years = 15.5% . So, I expect that my Rs 125 shall become Rs 457, which is higher than Rs 441. So, after 1 year’s return of 25% , I can sell 3.5% of my equity investment and still match the Rs 441. In rebalancing, I wish to sell/buy my existing asset-classes, so that the 1 year actual return combined with the remaining 9 years expected (return) matches the 10 year Expected (return). In doing so, it does profit booking when returns seem to have exceeded the expected return and adds position when actual returns seem to have been below expected.

Of course, there are other variables that go into rebalancing, but you would have got an idea of what it does. Get a credible advisor if need be.
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Old 09-07-2017, 03:33 PM
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You can go for investing into cryptocurrencies, they offer high return rate, but they are quite risky
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