Fixed deposit comes first to the mind, when we are talking about reliable and safe investment options. In India, fixed deposits have been a favorite of the investors due to reliability of the return and the fact that it can be easily opened in any bank or post office and provides better returns than savings account. In this post, we have a look at fixed deposit interest rates in various banks across India
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Gilt Funds in India: Meaning, Advantages and Disadvantages
Gilt Funds are the category of mutual which plant it’s all money in the government-affiliated securities. So the basic attribute attached to the Gilt funds is that they purely under the shadow of government bonds which makes it virtually risk-free. Accordingly, they are mainly for the hesitant and traditionalist investors who always seem to be suspecting the stock market
Debt funds are managed by professionals that invest in high rated fixed income earning investments like State or Central government bonds, RBI bonds, various corporate deposits, money market instruments etc. It is an investment pool like mutual fund or exchange traded fund. People like you and me with an excess amount of money lying with us and wants to earn better returns than normal bank FD and
Debt fund vs Fixed Deposit
There is always a dilemma when you have surplus money. Whether to invest a lump-sum amount in bank fixed deposit or to some other instrument that gives more return than FD with the same amount of risk. This post will cover Debt Fund vs Fixed deposit in detail and hopefully, help you understand caveats of the same.
In India, fixed deposits are considered
Everyone wants to make the best use of their money. However, as financial industry evolved, lot of financial products have emerged making it difficult for investors to chose suitable products which can help them meet their financial goals and build a sustainable long term financial portfolio.
This blog tries to present the best investment options for