5 Best Investment Options For Youngsters

Jul-29-2021Blog by – Mr. Dhruv AjmeraRead Time: 3 Min.Word Count: 692
6815 Best Investment Options For Youngsters

It is more likely for young professionals to develop an interest in investments as they are on the brink of kick-starting their careers. At this stage, receiving guidance from the expert source becomes crucial to choose the right path. In this article, we have listed down five best investing options for beginners to be considered at the starting stage. They are:

  1. Real Estate: There are two ways to go about when exploring the option of real estate. The first is to start building your property. For youngsters, whether to rent or to buy is a dilemma that is difficult to resolve. Purchasing real estate may seem like a huge leap for young adults. But in the scenario where one has to pay rent equivalent to a monthly mortgage, owning a property sounds like a wiser choice. Although investing in real estate can feel overwhelming, it proves to be helpful in the long run. The second option is to collaborate with a builder, invest some percentage of shares and reap the benefits during the profit round. Whichever alternative you choose, a financial service helps you at every stage, right from the ownership aspects to major choices regarding share investment. 

  1. Direct Equity: Exploring a stock market is a courageous act; therefore, one either needs to have knowledge of the market or direction from the established market experts before venturing into this arena. Investing in direct equities is usually considered more profitable as well as risky at the same time. The success is completely dependent on the right timing in terms of buying and selling and the companies chosen. However, you need not be intimidated by the risk factor as buying across multiple companies can help with risk management and you can effectively do so with Ajmera’s financial service.

  1. Mutual Funds: Investing in mutual funds can be less risky for youngsters when compared to direct equities. Mutual funds involve multiple people investing money in stocks, bonds, and other securities. Returns are gained depending on the stock’s performance in the market. Mutual funds are the go-to option for those who lack the knowledge and time to make the traditional stock market decisions by themselves. Hence, for youngsters, this choice can prove to be ideal. The two types of mutual funds that can be considered are equity mutual funds and debt mutual funds. Equity funds involve investing in shares of companies and generate a higher return with the increased scope of risk. Debt funds are comparatively a safer option and guarantee consistent returns. The investors earn returns in the form of interests that come from investing in bonds, securities, and deposits.

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  1. Bonds: Investing in bonds can be useful if you are new to the market sphere and want to build a portfolio. While many investments provide some form of income, bonds usually tend to offer reliable cash flow. Even when prevailing rates are low, there are still plenty of options such as high-yield bonds that investors can use to construct a portfolio that will meet their income needs. Bonds as a part of an investment portfolio also provide steady diversification. Over time, greater diversification can provide young investors with better risk-adjusted returns. 

  1. Fixed Deposits: Bank FDs are considered one of the best options because they provide fixed returns over your investment duration. It is the most reliable way to opt if you are willing to increase your savings over time and plan a safer future. There are no market-rate impacts and you receive the returns at the promised interest rate. 

With so many options available in the market, it is only natural for young investors to feel overwhelmed. With its experienced team and expert online investment brokers, Ajmera x-change offers investment advisory services to facilitate easy market access while generating the desired ROI and minimising risk exposure. While you get an opportunity to grow with the industry aces, you can also take advantage of other benefits like an investment at prevailing market price, a wide choice of investments, no exit load, etc. Therefore, when confused about the best options for investment, you can always turn to the services provided by Ajmera x-change to fulfill your financial needs.

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