1.The best way to beat inflation and become a MAHA CROREPATI!
In the long term (take 15 to 50 years time frame) the equity market indices (NSE nifty and BSE sensex) have given an long-term average 15% to16% p.a. annualized returns, which is far better than the long-term average 6% to 7% inflation rate in India.
Example: Amit age 23 years has just started working. He saves and invests Rs15000 every month in a systematic investment plan. He does not withdraw that money ever till he RETIRES from work.
As he grows older, his salary also grows but he invests the same Rs15000 every month.
He just keeps investing regularly with full discipline and commitment
Assuming he gets a return of 12% p.a. what do you think is the money he is earning?
Well, let’s check.
After 30 years (his age is 53 years) his money grows to Rs 5.24 crores!
After 35 years (his age is 58 years) his money grows to Rs 9.64 crores! AND
After 40 years (his age is 63 years) his money grows to Rs 17.64 crores !
2. The best way to beat the taxman
Investing in equity stocks and equity mutual funds and holding them for the long term (take 15 to 50 years time frame) means that all the gains that you will make will be fully tax-free!
3.The most transparent with full information available
Full information including balance sheet and profit and loss accounts and full company details are available on all listed equity stocks and equity mutual funds. Daily prices are also published, so that every one knows the price to buy or sell.
4. The most liquid asset
There is no other asset / investment product that can offer you this kind of superior returns, tax free status, full transparency and yet be the most liquid (Liquidity means that you can sell the equity stocks or equity mutual funds anytime and get your money back in 3 to 4 days time)
What is TINA?
(T=There I = is N=no A=alternative) investment product or instrument available
Which has all the 4 features (as mentioned above)
So, where will you invest if you ignore equity…?
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