Investing is not about getting rich quick schemes, it is about creating greater wealth through continual contribution (mostly) of wealth you already have, over a period of time. 

Investment Options

Before we look at the different investment opportunities available in India, we need to understand that broadly these options can be divided into – Variable Income Instruments & Fixed Income Instruments. Investors thus need to choose the investment options wisely to achieve their financial goals.

Mutual Funds - SIP

Invest with the safest way to reap the benefit of the equity market.

Stocks / Shares

Invest in the best companies in India and grow with them.

Fixed Deposits

Diversify your investment with some portion in fixed return instruments.

What else We Have Here for You

There are varied investment options available, suitable to different investor types and their investment needs. Purpose of investment (goal), Investment horizon (time period) and diversification of investment are few factors to be considered before choosing an option.

Mutual Funds - SIP

Mutual Fund Schemes


Equity shares / stocks

Fixed Deposits

Corporate Fixed deposits


Corporate Bonds

Recurring Deposits

Corporate Reccurring Deposits


National Pension Schemes


Unit-Linked Insurance Plans


Guaranteed Return Insurance Plans

Real Estate

Land and Property

Invest Now for a Happy Post Retirement Life

And the best part is you need not have a huge amount to start investing.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are varied types of funds in Mutual Fund and conditions for exit varies accordingly.  Open-Ended funds mostly permits exit any time with some applicable exit loads if redeemed within a specified period from the date of allotment (mostly 1 year for equity funds). Please check ‘load structure’ for info on exit loads of individual funds. ELSS funds are  open-end funds that have a locking period of 3 years as they provide additional Tax saving benefits. In a closed-end fund, you cannot redeem your units till the maturity of the fund.

For minors mutual fund investments can be made only through a custodial account opened in a minor’s name and overseen by a guardian. The guardian holds decision-making power of the account until the child reaches legal age (18 years).

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