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Hi,

I am new to investing and I want to make investments to beat the inflation. I don't want inflation to eat my hard earned money.

I am comfortable in some asset classes and not comfortable in others.

I want to invest in asset classes comfortable to me.

If there are any other asset classes please let me know.

You will find the details below.




Goal:

Beat inflation using investments.



Criteria:

Investments or combination of investments that give more than 10% return.



Assets - Comfortable:

These are the asset classes I am comfortable in.


  • Fixed Deposit
  • Bonds
  • Startups
  • Real Estate

Why these Assets -

They are easy to understand. I can have more control over them.



For eg:

Fixed Deposits - I like fixed deposits because I can take out my money anytime I want to.

Also, They are very easy to understand, Put the money and leave it for a year.






Assets - Not Comfortable:

  • Mutual Funds
  • Share market

Why these Assets -


They are complex to understand and have no idea when will they change. Also, we don't have any idea who is managing them.



Eg:


Mutual funds are subjected to market risk. 

Not really, its the person who is handling these funds. He must be able to predict the market and make money. 



How can you help:


You must have a look at the assets I am comfortable in and make a strategy.

If there are other assets with the qualities similar to the assets I am comfortable in please let me know.



Questions:

If you are interested please answer the following questions:

1) Formulate a sample strategy. Using the assets I am comfortable in. Please keep it short and simple.

2) When will you be online for discussion.


Thanks,
Have a nice day.