Undoubtedly, the entire 2020 was marred by coronavirus crisis. There was nearly no economy in the world which didn’t face the negative impact of Covid-19 pandemic. However, as compared to other countries, India performed really well and has started bouncing back to normal, that too earlier than expected. The key reason why Indian economy showing signs of positive development was the government’s policies in various sectors.
According to research done by Jaipur-based stock-broking firm GCL Securities Limited, now liquidity is being witnessed in the market because of steps taken by the Central government. Commenting on the findings of the research, Vice-Chairman of GCL Securities Limited, Ravi Singhal, “Due to lockdown imposed in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic, the economy faced quite an impact but due to the stimulus packages, policies and financial aid given by the government to boost the economy, liquidity flow has been increased in the market. And, keeping in view the liquidity flow, equity, gold and property are some of the safest investment options which will yield good returns as well.”
‘Equity, SIP, IT shares: Good returns’
Noteworthy, due to liquidity flow enhancement and developments in infrastructure, companies are expected to pour in additional investments, which in turn will give a further boost to liquidity.
It is advised for equity-oriented mid and long term investors to invest regularly through SIP modes in the year 2021 so as to reap good returns in 2-3 years down the line.
Also, GCL research report suggests that due to Covid-19 pandemic impact, many IT companies have trimmed down their expenditures, which are expected to give benefits to these firm in future. And, hence, investment in shares of IT companies can be considered as a good option for reaping profits.
‘Gold: Yellow metal due to liquidity, inflation’
Moreover, due to an increase in liquidity, investment in gold is also a good option for handsome returns. Details available of past few decades suggest that whenever inflation goes up, the returns from yellow metal also witness a jump. Overall, gold bonds or gold investment can a good option for your investment portfolio.
‘Real Estate/Property/Flats/Homes: Due to low home loan rates’
Further, the findings of the GCL research report suggest that due to low-interest rates on home loans, property buying has also witnessed a jump. Nowadays, ready-to-move-in flats are being preferred by the homebuyers. The affordable and mid-segment flats have witnessed the maximum purchase. Keeping all these points in mind, if you are willing for long term real estate investment, then properties in tier-2 and tier-3 cities are good options.
About GCL Securities Limited:
GCL Securities Ltd is India’s one of the oldest full-service stockbroker. GCL Securities Review started offering financial services in the year 1994. GCL Securities managed to hold the position of India’s trustworthy financial service provided by its services and offerings.
Mr. Tilak Raj Sharma is the chief founder of the brokerage firm and set up its very first headquarters in the city Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. They registered their first small entrepreneurial set up in Kanpur itself and from there only they managed to become one of the markets stockbroking leaders with their hard work and dedication.
Later they introduced their Commodities services in the pink city Jaipur, Rajasthan. The commodities services are mainly offered by Ganganagar Commodities Limited.
GCL Securities Pvt Ltd Jaipur Rajasthan offers end to end commodity management services with the physical delivery of all commodities and WR’s commodity financing with hedging trade facilities. The financial firm holds active membership with BSE, MCX, NSE, and NCDEX. Moreover, the stockbroker has its own CDSL registered deposit service.
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