An investor is advised to allocate a proportion of his/her investments
into gold. This is because gold has a largely inverse relationship with
other financial assets.
Indian law allows its residents to freely
invest/remit up to $125,000 per financial year abroad to buy assets, including property, without taking prior
approval of any authority.
The macro is healing, and combined with a likely decline in short rates
and improvement in growth backed by rising government expenditure,
equities are poised to do well.
I would recommend that you look at your financial goals first, your risk
profile next and then determine what your asset allocation should be, writes Lovaii Navlakhi of International Money Matters.
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