Baahubali 2 fame actress Tamannah Bhatia gets turns to Market Guru Anil Singhvi for investment; what he said
Responding to her question, Singhvi said that she should first of all make a proper portfolio, and follow the formula of 100 years rule. Under this rule, one should subtract one's current age from 100.
Tamannah Bhatia, who has been part of the epic two-part drama Baahubali, has a flourishing career down South and is doing pretty well in Bollywood too. With two releases already in 2019, Tamannah Bhatia has a growing kitty of projects across genres and languages. With career on a high, income too is ticking over well. To know about where to invest, the busy actress turned Zee Business Managing Editor Anil Singhvi for investment tips today.
The Baahubali 2 fame actress asked the market guru, "If I have to make some kind of investment, where should I do it?"
Responding to her question, Singhvi said that she should first of all make a proper portfolio, and follow the formula of 100 years rule. Under this rule, one should subtract one's current age from 100. According to this rule, if she is 35-year-old then she has to deduct that number from 100, and then divide her income accordingly.
Singhvi said that Tamannah should spare 65% of her income for equity investment, and rest 20-25% in debt funds, rather than putting her money into Fixed Deposits. If she doesn't want to take any risk, she can invest into gilt bonds which are least risky.
He also suggested if she wants to invest in FD, she has do it fast, rather today, because interest rate on FDs may come down in the wake of RBI monetary policy announcement on October 4.
Tamannah has also been advised to spare some money (about 10%) in real estate and gold for consumption purposes, not as an investment tool.
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Earlier on Tuesday, Market Guru Anil Singhvi gave valuable investment tips to Dia Mirza, who is a known actor and producer. She had asked that while growing up she was told that fixed deposits are good investments, but with interest rates of banks dropping, therefore, what would be the best option for investment.
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Anil Singhvi suggested that if she wants to make an investment in FD, she should go for it immediately as interest rate would further go down from October 4 onwards. He, however, suggested that apart from FD she can opt for other options of investment including debt funds or gilt funds, if she is not ready to take any risk.
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