Which are the 7 Best short term investment options in India? Many times, we get a big amount of money whether it is from bonus or property sale. Equity is quite volatile, so we prefer to invest those funds in short-term liquid instruments where we can expect a safer return.
For short-term goals equity is not quite favorable to invest. let’s say if you want to park some money for 6 months to 1 years, so as per nature of equity instruments being volatile, can erode your capital within this time frame, at this time educated investor will always prefer to the fixed return type of instruments where your capital is protected and can be liquidated anytime as per your requirement.
So, which are those 7 best short term investment options in India, where we can park money for short tenure
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I read many articles and blog post about best short-term investment schemes in India. And noticed that these five are the best investment schemes Savings account, Liquid funds, Recurring deposits, National Savings Certificate (NSC) and Fixed deposits. To know more about these in details and choose the best one for you go through this post: https://www.bajajfinserv.in/insights/5-best-short-term-investment-schemes-to-make-money
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