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- No entry load on investment
- No lock in period for the investment.
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- Additional purchase facility
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Benefits at gcrude
- Investment in companies that have a strong competitive advantage over their peers
- Well laid-out investment philosophy
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- Quarterly newsletter from fund management team
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- Minimum Investment:Rs. 25lacs and Multiples of Rs 1 thereof
- Mode- Either Cheque payment or Stock Transfer or combination thereof
- Online-Access to Portfolio – Login Id and Password
- Monthly fund performance and fund manager’s views on e-mails
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|No||PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT PLAN||DAILY PROFIT||RISK MANAGEMENT
|1||3 LAC INVESTMENT||30,000& ABOVE||50,000 RS LOSS SHARING 25,000
|2||5 LAC INVESTMENT||55,000& ABOVE||50,000 LOSS SHARING 25,000
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WHY YOU SHOULD INVEST IN INDIA
The constitution of India guarantees the right to property and freedom of trade. These guarantees are strengthened by the country’s democratic political framework and good record of self-governance, save one bad episode since independence. A long-term investor can build a portfolio of assets in such an environment without worrying about foundational issues.
India’s labor pool is second only to China’s in size. The International Monetary Fund has projected that India will become the fastest growing large economy in the world in 2015. India has many great companies and a growing class of top-notch entrepreneurs. However, India is under-appreciated as an investment destination by the rest of the world. Even within India, the marketable securities asset class is largely ignored as a long-term investment option. There are historical, structural and technical reasons for this state of affairs, but for anyone willing to somehow overcome the hurdles, opportunities abound. The fundamental drivers of returns are as solid as those in any other country of comparable size and maturity.
Economic theory suggests that India, because it has less capital per worker than richer countries do, must necessarily offer better returns on capital and therefore attract much more capital from developed countries than it does. India’s capital scarcity is partly due to many Indians not deploying their savings towards productive assets, instead buying gold and low-yield real estate assets. In 1990, Robert Lucas published a paper in which he showed that capital deployed in India should have been theoretically earning 58 times more than the same capital deployed in the United States. I’m not sure what that number would be today but I’m sure it’s still much larger than 1 even after adjusting for all the structural and technical barriers that exist (there is, of course, no mathematical formula for the adjustment; the real world is far too complex for that). Empirically, we can compare historical returns in the two countries by looking at the two major stock market indexes of India and America (the NIFTY and the S&P500, respectively). The graph below shows data for 15 years, approximately from the point at which the NIFTY index began to be calculated. This chart doesn’t adjust for rupee depreciation but even so, the results are far too clear to belabor. India offers superior returns on capital. Period.