FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS-FETCHING THE MAXIMUM DIVIDENTS

Equities

Investing in equities can foster a good long-term investment option as the returns on equities over a long time horizon are generally higher than most other investment avenues ensuring greater returns.

Mutual funds

Mutual Funds is ideal as it has the features like;

Cost-efficiency

Risk-diversification

Professional management

The highlight is that you can invest as little as Rs. 1,000 per month in a mutual fund. There are various general and thematic mutual funds to choose from and the risk and return possibilities vary accordingly.

Bonds

Bonds

You might be knowing that Bonds are fixed income instruments which are issued with the aim to raise capital.

Deposits

Deposits

Investing in bank or post-office deposits is a very common way of securing surplus funds. These instruments are at the low end of the risk-return spectrum.

Cash Equivalents

Cash Equivalents

These are relatively safe and highly liquid investment options. Treasury bills and money market funds are cash equivalents.

Non-financial Instruments

Gold

Gold

The 'yellow metal' is a good investment option, especially when markets go volatile.

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