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Dhanters 2016 today: The 5 best ways to invest in gold

Gold has always proved that it is the safest bet whether the economy is in reeling under recession or suffering the brunt of inflation.Dhanteras 2016 today: Gold buying likely to pick up, trading time extended for ETFs, bond


Dhanters 2016 today: The 5 best ways to invest in gold

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi:  Seventh Pay Commission, good monsoon and the coming wedding season will boost gold sales during this Dhanteras.

Stabilisation in gold prices will also make demand stronger this year compared to last year. Currently, gold prices are hovering near the Rs 30,500 per 10 grams level in the domestic bullion markets.

As per experts, investment demand is going to be the big driver during this Dhanteras. Demand for wedding jewellery is also likely to be very strong.

Gold has always proved that it is the safest bet whether the economy is in reeling under recession or suffering the brunt of inflation.

Here are a five best ways to invest in gold

Buying physical gold: You can buy Jewellery from shops which sell hallmarked ornaments, gold coins or gold bars. Coins can be brought either from Jewellers or from banks.

Gold ETF: ETFs have come to be a very good way of investment for those who don’t want to keep physical gold for safety concerns. All you need to have is a Demat account. Many gold ETFs are available in the maket where you can buy paper gold. It is the easiest and hassle-free method to maintain gold.

Trading through commodity exchanges: You can buy gold through from MCX, NCDEX, ICEX. Here too you will have to open a Demat account. By paying a minimum brokerage fee, you can trade in gold futures.

Buying through e-Gold : e-Gold is also an electronic form of holding gold. It is slightly different from buying ETFs. Here you are directly the owner of the gold while in ETFs the holding company is the owner of the gold. The process is more or less similar to buying ETFs.

Equity based gold funds : You can invest in mutual fund schemes which has its exposure in companies engaged in gold mining, processing, extraction and marketing. All you need to have is a Demat account.

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