InvestorQ : Suggest Top investment for 2019.
Ayushi Kampani made post

Suggest Top investment for 2019.

Mahima Roy answered.
3 years ago
Mainly investors continuously look for those investments that provide them sky-high returns without any risk of loose to them
Thus, it is advisable to follow ideal investment options to help yourself achieve the goal in the stipulated time period; Firstly investor must check investment which matches the goal requirement. While doing one must also check own profile with the risk associated with the product before he invests.
However, there are some types of investments that have high returns that generate high returns long while some investments have low risk and lower returns.
Following are few suggestions on top investments for 2019;
Equity- Majorily direct equity has been estimated to have been able to deliver higher than inflation-adjusted returns than other asset classes.
Mutual funds- Below are few recommendable types of fund in your interest;
  • Equity mutual funds- According to Securities and Exchange Board of India, Mutual Fund Regulations, an equity fund can be actively managed or passively managed. However, this type of investment mainly depends upon the crucial study of the market thus it is usually; managed by the fund manager.
  • Debt mutual funds- This type of investment suits on those investors who want steady returns. They are less volatile in the market thus less risky than equity funds. Here the investments are preferred mainly into fixed-interest
    generating securities like corporate bonds, government securities, treasury bills, commercial paper, and other money market instruments.
NPS i.e National Pension System- It is one such type of investment wherein It is a mix of equity, fixed deposits, corporate bonds, liquid funds and government funds, among others.
PPF i.e Public Provident Fund- It is a mix of equity, fixed deposits, corporate bonds, liquid funds and government funds, among others. Here as per the requirement investor has the option to choose monthly, quarterly, half-yearly, yearly or cumulative interest option in them.
RBI taxable bonds- Since 2003, this government bonds has played good in the market replacing saving (taxable) bonds. These bonds are issued in demat form and credited to the Bond Ledger Account.