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Dear Readers

Greetings from myinvestmentideas.com.

I am getting several emails asking for investment advices on Suresh@myinvestmentideas.com. While I would be responding them individually, these would not reach other readers. I am getting questions from people which are general in nature and I am trying to answer the same questions to several investors. To avoid this, I am taking new initiative which would help readers. This is “Suggest a topic” option on the menu bar. If you have any topic which is not covered here, you can leave a comment with little detailed description on what you are looking for which you could not find on this website. I would start publishing the articles based on these topics as early as possible.

Thanks Manju Fernandes from Dubai who is asking for NRI investment advices and Ravi Gupta who is asking to write about best demat accounts in terms of low charges. I am starting this topic with these two.

Regards

Suresh
Best Investment Options in India @ myinvestmentideas.com

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955 comments

  • Roji

    Hi, I am a follower of your posts. Can you explain step by step procedure to Buy / sell IPOs.

    • Hello roji, There are only 3 steps 1) Open Demat account. If you already have one, skip to next 2) Read IPO analysis and pick-up good IPO 3) Login to your demat and trading account and place order. When you do this, you may need to have money in bank account (approx Rs 15,000), select the share price (mostly it would be higher price band) and the Qty. If you are retail investor, you cannot invest more than Rs 2 Lakhs to get allotment in IPO.

  • Rajiv Kumar Mall

    Small idea is very good, but if you provide the detail how to start from zero, because those who have no business background they do not know how to start any business.

    Means starter problems.

    Regards / Rajiv

  • R Ramachandra Rao

    Please suggest best mutual funds to invest in limp-sum.

  • Dilip Kumar

    Dear Sir,
    Could you please write on best mutual funds for lump-sum investment for 5 years to 10 years view.

    Thanks

  • Sri

    Suggest a good portfolio manager. I was using ET portfolio for last few years. Now a days it is not working properly. I am expecting options to add stocks and mutual funds. It should automatically calculate income tax and show current price of stock/MF scheme.

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