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Asked by : Siva Gopal, Legal Consultant
Industry : Investment Banking
Functional Area : Personal Finance
Activity: Question posted: 05 13 2008 01:08:48 +0000, 2 answers, 552 views, last activity 07 06 2010 20:18:08 +0000
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If you think long term, then I would suggest equity. The reason being equity investments can give tremendous returns in the long term. This may be a good time to buy stocks, given that markets are looking choppy. But the bigger question is whether you want to enter the equity route via stocks or look at equity mutual funds? “You should look at splitting your money over 5-6 blue chip companies. If you don’t have the expertise, then a diversified equity fund will be a safe bet

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by   Alok Kumar Singh, Sr. Associate, UBS  | 05 15 2008 04:59:35 +0000
  Answered by     Jitendra Dattatraya Kalaskar, M Com / Service Tax Consultant  | 06 08 2008 02:38:31 +0000
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You may choose Mutual Fund dedicated for Globale Real Estates, Recently launched in India by ING for small investors, ICICI & HDFC Mutual Funds are already in the Mutual Fund market. You can verifty their portfolio. Even these funds are may give some little returns on your investments,but assure returns through capital appreciation may expected. Basically, such kind of investment is to be treated as Long Term Investment.

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