InvestorQ : where should i invest money for Long term return only invest min Rs 400 to Rs 500 per month?
Abhishek made post

where should i invest money for Long term return only invest min Rs 400 to Rs 500 per month?

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1 year ago


hi


u can invest ur money as SIP is the best idea

because market will be volatile always so if u go with SIP that will give good % of returns in long way


me self satya

equity and mutual fund adviser


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1 year ago


Equity Cash Darshan Orna


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1 year ago


You can also invest in term insurance plans with monthly payment options. The advantage with a term insurance is that the returns are of definite nature and you will not lose money for sure. Plus, they can also help you reduce your tax burden.

The slack side is that the interest will be lower compared to mutual funds, but they eliminate the risk factor. Also, you cannot withdraw your money until the term of the insurance matures.


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Purvesh answered.
1 year ago


You will be investing almost Rs.6000 per year and as per today's scenario, you will be expecting 10-12% returns per year. As your choice says to invest Rs.500 per month, the best option will be to invest in Mutual funds. There are many funds available in the market which can help to achieve your goal. If you are a salaried individual, you can go for ELSS schemes as well. I refer to many websites before investing in Mutual funds. Kindly check below links which may also help you out.
https://mf.indiainfoline.com/MFOnline/_Home
https://www.mutualfundindia.com/
https://www.fundsindia.com


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1 year ago


I am aggery for ur terms of conduction


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Ibom Boje answered.
1 year ago


I am aggery for ur terms of conduction my monthly Sallery 10500


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Nipun answered.
1 year ago


Do sip in Reliance Small cap, Icici Value Fund, HDFC 100 fund, L and T mid cap m, Mirae assets India fund at 100 rs each month as your budget is 500 pm
But these are among best funds for medium to long term, can increase your sip amt as and when your budget gets better. ALL THE BEST


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1 year ago


If you plan for long term, Ashok Leyland is also a good option.


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1 year ago


Yes bank and Indiabulls housing finance.


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VIKAS DELIWALA answered.
9 months ago


GO FOR SBI BANK INVEST IN DIPS AND HOLD WITH A LONG TERM VIEW OR GO FOR MUTUAL FUNDS LARGE CAP FUNDS.





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6 months ago


invest in mutul fund which is better option