Different Types Of Investment Options Available in India

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    One of the most noticeable trends of recent times among millennials and Gen Z is the growing appetite for expanding their investment portfolio. Alongside traditional investments, they are largely investing in high-risk investment profiles. 

    With so many options available, it becomes difficult for investors to pick what is best for them. So, here is a list of traditional and new-age investments from which potential investors can choose. 

    Asset leasing

    This unique low-investment opportunity of equipment leasing will help tech-savvy investors benefit from monthly payouts. The investment model of co-leasing assets to companies for a set period at regular rental payment from businesses is highly rewarding.

    For example, Everest Fleet is India's largest fleet management partner for Uber. With the growing demand for Ubers, the fleet must add cars monthly. Instead of buying them outright, the company leases them. Everest fleet pays fixed rentals monthly to investors across demographics who purchase and lease these cars and, in turn, receive proportionate monthly returns. Your investment is unaffected by market stress. Not only do you diversify your portfolio, but you also receive passive income of up to 16% pre-tax IRR.  

    Inventory Finance

    This is another fixed-income and high-return investment opportunity. Earn pre-tax IRR of up to 12% from this asset-backed low-risk investment with a 1-13 months maturity. You can start investing with a minimum amount of INR 15,000. How does this work? As customer demand increases, companies need inventory holdings of raw materials and finished goods for their production cycle. Inventory finance raises money for buying inventory from investors. This helps companies direct their funds to scale their business while maintaining inventory. Investors receive fixed income by helping these companies.

    For example:

    Consolidated Engineering Company (“CEC”) and Ugaoo invite investment opportunities for planters and accessories for Ugaoo. The maturity period is 4 months, with a projected return of annualized pre-tax yield of 12.1%.

    Startup Equity

    Startup equity is a growing opportunity for investors. You don't need a huge investment to be an angel investor. This equity-based financing lets you become a shareholder in a VC-backed startup in its early stages. So, Grip incorporates startups with promising and disruptive growth potentials supported by VC investors, through due diligence and by taking care of investment management. This is a high-risk, high-return investment with an initial capital of INR 2 lacs.

    Commercial Real Estate Investment

    Investing in commercial real estate is a profitable, age-old, high-investment practice. Until now, this investment was meant for high-ticket investors. However, with Grip Invest, you can own and invest in world-class commercial properties for just INR 1 lac. These properties are pre-leased to MNCs or marquee Indian tenants for 5+ years. You can start receiving quarterly rental income proportionate to the investment amount. With time, as the property price appreciates, you can reap the rising profits when you exit. Your expected average yield is 10%. Co-investing with reputed investors means that you can buy and lease property worth  INR50 crores at a small ticket size. 

    Corporate Bonds

    Private and public companies use debt funds from investors. However, individual investors can not always buy corporate bonds at launch and rely on secondary markets once the bond is listed. These are low-risk investments with periodic interest. But how do you invest in them? The common investor can confuse the coupon and the actual yield related to the market price and term. When a buying decision is taken, remember market yield is inversely proportional to the coupon. If the market yield exceeds the coupon, bond prices are discounted to face value and vice versa. Grip brings trusted A+ rated bonds from reliable agencies like CRISIL or ICRA. These bonds are backed by secured collateral, offering an 11% yield to maturity. They are listed in NSE/BSE and held in investors' demat accounts on exit.


    It’s time to become a smart investor. We all want our money to grow, but small risks are more prudent than big uncalculated ones. If you understand the market, you can invest in volatile investments. At the same time, diversify your investment with other types of investment options. Grip Invest performs due diligence on its products. Its impressive success rate should be convincing enough to put your trust in them. Join a community of high earners. Explore Grip Invest for details.

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    Happy Investing!

    Disclaimer - Investments in debt securities are subject to risks. Read all the offer-related documents carefully. The investor is requested to take into consideration all the risk factors before the commencement of trading. This communication is prepared by Grip Broking Private Limited (bearing SEBI Registration No. INZ000312836 and NSE ID 90319) and/or its affiliate/ group company(ies) (together referred to as “Grip Invest”) and the contents of this disclaimer are applicable to this document and any and all written or oral communication(s) made by Grip Invest or its directors, employees, associates, representatives and agents. This communication does not constitute advice relating to investing or otherwise dealing in securities and is not an offer or solicitation for the purchase or sale of any securities. Grip Invest does not guarantee or assure any return on investments and accepts no liability for the consequences of any actions taken based on the information provided. For more details, please visit https://www.gripinvest.in/. 
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