A fixed deposit account is a special bank account into which a customer pays a certain amount of money for a certain term, to receive interest payments.
What is an ETF? An ETF (Exchange-Traded Fund) is a collection of securities, that can be bought or sold on a stock exchange under a single ticker symbol.
If you've ever been a customer of a bank, the chance is high that you've heard of mutual funds, or invested into them. I myself am invested in 3 mutual funds, and therefore I've put together some...
How can I invest with little money? The best cheapest and most secure way to invest with little money is to purchase low-cost ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds).
Bonds are units of debt, which are issued by the government or a company when they want to raise money, which an investor can buy to be paid interest over time.
Common stocks are shares of ownership of a publicly traded company. The equity of the company is divided into the amount of shares distributed.