As everybody knows that inflation is increasing day by day and bank interest rates are decreasing day by day in India. Because of this purchasing power of our money is decreasing day by day. The question is how to increase the purchasing power of our money or at least save it from decreasing purchasing power. We help small investors to get the best returns on their investment from the Indian Stock market. Through stock market investment or trading, every person can get good returns and can save his hard-earned money from inflation. Through trading or investment in Investment in the Indian stock market, a trader or investor not only can save his money from inflation he can get excellent returns also.
The first step to start investment or trading in the Indian stock market is to open a Trading and D-Mat account with a reputed SEBI Registered stockbroker. As we are SEBI registered Research Analysts, we will provide Buy, sell and hold recommendations after lots of research on, Fundamentals of the companies, financial data of the companies, Reserve Bank Credit Policy, Current political situation of the country. We shall provide intraday recommendations also with the help of detailed chart analysis in segment niftyoption tips.
Everybody knows the importance of money in our life. So everybody saves money for the future. But saving money is not enough. Keeping our savings in Saving Bank account with Banks is like keeping ice in house. This means it will be diluted with time and will lose its purchasing power. As discussed, earlier the inflation rate is higher than interest rates in India nowadays. Let us explain this through an example. Suppose you have Rs. 100/- as savings. You deposit these Rs.100/- in your savings bank account. After one year you will get only Rs.104/- as saving bank interest is more or less 4% nowadays in our country. The value or Purchasing power of Rs.100/- will be reduced to Rs.92. , as the inflation rate is more or less 8% nowadays in our country. In conclusion, you have lost Rs.4. net despite keeping your money in a savings bank account. Wise people invest their money in the Indian stock market after keeping necessary money for urgent needs for the period of six months. It is also necessary to keep some reserve money in a savings bank account to meet emergency expense which can happen. We recommend don’t invest all of your savings in the Indian stock market by providing you stock future tips.
There is various Asset class available also for investments, as an investment in Fixed Deposit with Banks, Fixed Deposits with Companies, Investment in Gold or Silver, Investment in Real Estate. All these asset calls have their own merits and demerits. We can also help you to choose an asset class as per your requirement. The decision of choosing an asset class depends upon the following aspects like how much money you want to invest, a period of investment, your risk-bearing capacity, the goal of your investment, your age, etc. People say the Stock market is a sea of money. But it is very risky also a person who invests or trades blindly or without any knowledge and guidance can lose his whole capital in a day. So, we advise you to start trading in the Indian stock market carefully or under some expert supervision.