Advisesure On Money Control

Should you invest in sovereign gold bond scheme?

By Abhimanyu Sofat

The government, on 5th November 2015, approved Sovereign Gold Bond (SGB) to reduce the demand of gold in physical form for investment which has stirred a lot of interest among investors and buyers of physical gold. SGB scheme offers the purchase of bonds denominated in rupees per gram of gold. Both individuals and corporates can invest in them.

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Why should a retiree invest in equity?

By Abhimanyu Sofat

Most of us feel equity is a high-risk investment as one can lose the entire principal amount invested. Since one normally has a lower income in retirement the normative thinking is that one should keep money in fixed deposit (for interest income) or in real estate (for rental income). In fact, most of the investment advisors also think that equity should be recommended only in the initial years of a career.

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It may be the right time to buy some gold

By Abhimanyu Sofat

Gold prices have corrected from the high of around Rs. 35,000 in 2013 to Rs. 26,500 currently. With investor expectation from real estate and FD coming down, there is likely to renewed interest on investing in equities. But a lot of analysts have warned that if US interest rate rise, the equity markets may not do well. There is also a near consensus view that Gold does well only when interest rates fall.

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Why you should prefer mutual fund sip over SIP in stocks?

By Abhimanyu Sofat

Creating wealth is everyone’s dream and many investors invest in equity for better returns. An investor can directly invest in equities or via equity mutual funds. A lot of investors invest in equity mutual funds via systematic investment plan (SIP) route. In an SIP route, the investors put a certain sum of equal installment in a fund for a particular period.

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Dividend or growth option? How compounding influences decision.

By Abhimanyu Sofat

Growth option and dividend option are generally the two investment options an investor gets while investing in a mutual funds scheme. In growth option, an investor does not receive any dividends from the scheme. The investor in growth option can book profits only by selling the units of the mutual fund scheme.

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