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I am thinking to invest Rs.50000/- in Alchemist fixed deposit scheme. Is this company secure for investment? Kindly suggest me.

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Asked by Rajendra Verma, 16 Jul '10 01:59 pm
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No. not advisable. instead put in Postal MIS which will give 8% return or to a mutual fund equity diversified scheme if your time horizon is 5 years this can give you return of 12% plus.
Answered by Pankaaj Maalde, 16 Jul '10 02:12 pm

 
  
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Yes, its 100% safe, I am Soumen Banerjee, B.Com, (Email: souban2007@gmail.com (M) 9831221525 / 9088668329 an authorised agent of Alchemist One of the largest group of companies (Public Ltd. Co.) in India. It is an S.E.B.I registered. N.S.E & B.S.E enlisted Public Limited Company from the year 1981 & Yearly Turnover over 2,000 Crore. Alchemist group is engaged in diverse activities such as Steel, Food and Beverages, Information Technology, Health Care, Media, Aviation, Realty, Hospitality, Floriculture, Education and Tea Estate etc, having asset base of over Rs. 10,000 Crores & Employee over 6,500. Since the year 1981 the group is moving from strength to strength with noticeable foot print in its path of success. Actor Mithun Chakraborty is the brand ambassador of Alchemist Groups of Companies.
It is a group of Industries. One Industry called Alchemist Infra Realty Limited offers Fixed Deposit & MIS (monthly income scheme) Plans as follows:-
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Answered by Soumen Banerjee, 05 Aug '10 03:58 pm

 
  
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No
Answered by rohit mehta, 16 Jul '10 02:34 pm

 
  
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No.........please go to post office&invest your money in mis sceme.
Answered by ABC, 16 Jul '10 02:58 pm

 
  
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I cant belive it.now company is dependable in share market.in this time are u belive in share market, company will give u 10times benefit.
Answered by chitaranjanmohanty, 16 Oct '12 09:14 am

 
  
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Alchemist is a group of company. There are many companies with the starting name "ALCHEMIST". But you are asking about "Alchemist Infra Realty Ltd (A..I.R.L)." which are collecting money from investors.
* It is neither SEBI registered nor BSE & NSE enlisted. If anybody is saying that it is SEBI registered co. ask him the SEBI registered no.
** Don't be confused with different companies with similarity :
1) Alchemist Infra Realty LImited (AIRL) - not SEBI registered. *(you are investing this co.)
2) Alchemist Realty LImited. - SEBI registered.

It is requested to be careful about everything then invest.

Links : http://money.rediff.com/companies/alchemist-realty-ltd/ , http://www.alchemist.co.in/company-information

**** It is very amazing that there is no name of Alchemist Infra Realty Limited (AIRL) in their own website.
Answered by Bapi Nath, 10 Aug '11 01:35 pm

 
  
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Surely not .these companies are making fool.now i want to tell tou how these company are working.basically these are contractor work .
Answered by ashish, 18 Apr '11 04:14 pm

 
  
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It is Not SEBI registered.. You will likely to lose your money if you invest.... alechemist infra is similar to chit fund... Risk is very very high!!!!
Answered by subrahmanya K, 23 Jun '13 11:58 am

 
  
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One has to diversify his investment portfolio. There is safe investment where you get minimal interest and there are risk based investments where you get big interest. One has to spread ones investment. It all depends on your age and your earning capacity. The thumb rule is 100 minus your age is the percentage of your money you can invest in risk. For example if you are 30 years of age then 100-30 = 70. You can invest upto 70% of your money in risk based investment as you have the time to recuperate your loss should there ever be one.

Having said that why not invest in a bank? They give you upto 10% interest now. Be it nationalised or private as AXID, HDFC, ICICI. They are very safe.

Happy investing :)
Answered by Sudipta Maitra, 24 Jun '12 05:42 pm

 
  
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Yes it is safe and if u have any doubts please feel free to contact me .
NAME : RANJAN BHATTACHARYA.
CONTACT: 09748194305/09143627659
Answered by romit rana, 20 May '12 04:15 pm

 
  
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