Options to build long term wealth ?

POSTED BY ajay.4884 ON December 28, 2013 1:00 pm COMMENTS (5)

Hi Team,

I have recently visited this blog and gone through few articles as well. Interestingly i’m looking for new start for the investment this year, their are handful of options, but not sure of which one to choose to build the wealth for long period at the same time need some handful of money (returns) in next few years. I’m 29 and lots of thing are lined up from me which of course need lots of money.

Not sure how to plan the investment and in what form. Can you suggest list of things one should have in his investment portfolio—line wise.

Regards,

Ajay

5 replies on this article “Options to build long term wealth ?”

  1. ashalanshu says:

    Dear Ajay, please share your priority list for each goal with us.

    Thanks

    Ashal

  2. ajay.4884 says:

    Hey Ashal & Sumit.. .Look forward for having your comments on above:) Thanks
    Ajay

  3. ajay.4884 says:

    Thanks Ashal & Sumit for revert and suggestions.

    Frankly in today’s era we have soo many options available for the investments but very little information on how to go about it.

    my simple questions is what should one have in the fresh portfolio – priority wise.

    my guess is : Please suggest ideal list if any or suggest improvement in following –
    Term Insurance
    Medical cover
    Secure – Guaranteed return investment
    Gold – Traditional way
    Mutual fund
    stock Market

    Plus in real life we do have multipal events fallows one after another – like home loan, marriage….likewise.. how to invest for it or how to have fund available always 🙂

    And FYI – i’m planing for home loan in next 30 – 45 days.

    look forward to hear from you:)

    Regards,
    Ajay

  4. Sumit says:

    Investing in equities are the best option you have to create long term wealth in INdia.

    But don’t stand with direct stock investment as you don’t have knowledge yet, so go with good diversified large cap mutual fund.

    Before that decide what asset mix/ratio (proportion of equity, fixed income, gold etc in your portfolio ) you are comfortable with, know more in below:
    http://www.behealthyinvestor.com/asset-allocation/

    Thanks

  5. ashalanshu says:

    Dear Ajay, before doing anything, please read below discussion.

    jagoinvestor. com/forum/finacial-planning-faqs

    Thanks

    Ashal

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