Foreign Investment: An Up-Growing Trend in India

Oct-29-2021Blog by – Mr. Dhruv AjmeraRead Time: 4 Min.Word Count: 529
199Foreign Investment: An Up-Growing Trend in India

A recovering economy in almost every part of the world after a global pandemic hit has pulled some attention of the Indian investors as well. There was a diversifying investment in various global stock markets by the Indian retail investors which resulted in gaining huge profits in the last quarter.

Indians are known to be strategic investors when it comes to trade market investing. With growing awareness about foreign equity amongst the people, they have started investing more into foreign entities. The quick up-surge after the global crisis in the foreign markets has provided many Indian retailers a good and diversified platform to invest.


Benefits of Foreign Investment

For instance, the US stock market is the hub of many big companies like Google, Facebook, Apple, Twitter, Tesla, Amazon, and so many more of them. These companies provide diversified opportunities to Indian investors to invest their savings and gain mass profits from it. Let’s look into some of the benefits of the foreign investment.

  • Investors can run concrete and consistent portfolios of the selected stock based on their understanding, comfort, and acumen.

  • The investors have complete control over the global stock market. The direct investment provides a seasonal investment plan with reasonable resources and time.

  • The investment through foreign mutual funds is treated as domestic funds by various companies abroad, thus there are no additional rules and regulations like the direct stock investments. Also, one can keep a track of currency exchange rates while investing in equity mutual funds.

  • Various international share market companies provide support of their expertise to the investors. Professional fund investors help the investors to identify, analyze, and monitor the stocks and portfolios of various companies.

  • The investment into foreign mutual funds provides various diversification in terms of stocks from different countries and across various companies, which also offers investment opportunities throughout the globe into various sectors and with different trade currencies. This diversification helps the investors to gain more and more profits on a daily basis.

Ways to invest in the foreign trade market


  • Open an overseas trading account with Indian Brokerage: The easiest way the Indian retailer can invest in the global trade market is by opening a international account with an Indian brokerage. There are various global trading companies that provide a secure platform to invest in the global market.

  • Open a trading account with foreign brokerage: Many foreign exchange companies offer a safe and professional platform for international commerce.

  • Purchasing Indian mutual funds/Exchange-traded funds with global entities: This is the easiest and indirect way of investing into a global trade market. This also helps the user to purchase and sell their equity holdings without having to open an account or maintain the minimum deposit in foreign accounts. The companies which provide these investment services are ICICI Pru US Bluechip Equity, Motilal Oswal NASDAQ 100 ETF, Edelweiss Greater China Equity Direct, etc.



Investments into global equities through stocks and mutual funds are superior options for retail individuals. Many retail investors opt for diversified options of investments with a good logical strategy thus resulting in gaining them more profits out of it

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Rohit singh

Thank You, this blog is all about how to invest in foreign stocks and their benefits. The investor has full control of global stock and the international share. Nowadays Indians are famous for their strategic investment and growing technique plan.


Your blog has really helped me with my investment into global equities through stocks and mutual funds. I'm thankful you shared that. I am so glad to hear that India is doing well in the overall economy. I'll need to start investing in mutual funds and stocks and manage my financial portfolio.

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