Instruments

Financial Instruments

Becoming a part of Market-ing Dynamism in the most effective manner

Equities

Investing in equities is a good option as it accumulates into a good long-term investment and the returns in the long run are high.

Mutual funds

Mutual Funds has the ideal features like;

Cost-effectiveness

Risk-Diversification

Professional Management

You can start investment in Mutual Fund as low a amount as Rs. 1,000 per month.

Mutual Funds are of two types

General

Thematic

The return and risk and possibilities vary accordingly with the policy.

Bonds

Bonds are fixed income instruments to raise capital.

Deposits

Deposits in bank or post-office deposits is the commonplace way of securing surplus funds.

These instruments are at the low end of the risk-return spectrum.

Cash Equivalents

Cash Equivalents are relatively safe and highly liquid investment options and the treasury bills and money market funds are cash equivalents.

Non-financial Instruments

Gold

Gold is one of the most preferred investment option and the 'yellow metal' is the best option when the markets go volatile.