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Best investment plans to make in 2019

Investment is important and essential in today’s world but it is also true that people do need guidance for investing. People are always in search of someone who would guide them to fund their hard earned money in reliable investment options. There are many investment options available such as in stocks and shares, Mutual Funds, Bonds and Bills, SIP’s, etc.  Aspiring investors may not be sure about their appetite for risk, and for this, they need full-fledged brief information about all the investment options, and who better than an Asset Management Company to help with that.

The following are some of the investment options, which could become your best investment plans that can help you, earn higher returns for 2019.

Age bracket 20-35, age bracket 35-60 and age bracket 60+

Investment plans/options are classified on the basis of age because the risk of swallowing appetite is different for different age group people and not purely on how to earn higher returns. The youngster who is just about to start their careers or who have freshly started their career have a higher risk appetite, whereas middle-aged people have a moderate risk appetite and the old age people have a lower risk appetite.

Asset Management Company

•    Many people often get confused about what asset management company means? Does it have to do with managing the assets of people? Well, they are partially correct. Asset management companies basically are mutual fund managing houses.

•    An asset management company (AMC) invests pooled funds from clients into a variety of securities and assets.

•    AMCs range from personal money managers, handling high-net-worth individual accounts, to large investment companies sponsoring mutual funds and they have the best of the wealth advisors who can assist investors at ease.

•    AMC managers are compensated via fees, usually a percentage of a client's assets under management.

•    Most AMCs are held to a fiduciary standard.



Mutual Fund for the age 20-35 and 35-60

Age20-35 to look to target high return-high risk mutual funds as a big chunk of their investment corpus and age 35-60 should go for large-cap and multi-cap mutual funds which have a combination of growth and stability.

There are several people who don’t want to invest into mutual funds or any other investment options, but want to earn extra income. And these type of people overviews internet as a medium to earn this extra income. One can earn enough money online. How? Let’s see below.

How to Earn Higher Returns:

Online Market Trading


Whilst this isn't necessarily an easy way to make money, investing in stock markets can be lucrative if you learn to do it properly and safely. By the same token, you may suffer significant losses if you don't take it seriously.

Wealth advisors can always help you start your Investment Journey in the best possible way but you need to ensure that disciplined investing is happening from your end. Portfolio management is a very crucial part of finance and with respect to your goals and risk appetite; an asset management company can help you with the same.

Diversify your portfolio with Portfolio Management

Portfolio management is the art and science of making decisions about investment mix and policy, matching investments to objectives, asset allocation for individuals and institutions, and balancing risk against performance. Portfolio management is all about determining strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats in the choice of debt vs. equity, domestic vs. international, growth vs. safety, and many other trades-offs encountered in the attempt to maximize return at a given appetite for risk. Here the main elements are

1.    Portfolio

A portfolio is a grouping of financial assets such as stocks, bonds, and cash equivalents, also their mutual, exchange-traded and closed-fund counterparts.

2.    Portfolio Manager

A portfolio manager is responsible for investing a fund's assets, implementing its investment strategy and managing the day-to-day portfolio trading.

3.    Portfolio Returns

The portfolio return is the gain or loss achieved by a portfolio. It can be calculated on a daily or long-term basis.

4.    Portfolio Investment

A portfolio investment is a passive investment of assets in a portfolio, made with the expectation of seeing a return.