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How to invest in gold etf

Asked by Sumit Krishan, 22 Jun '07 02:20 pm
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How to buy Gold ETF?

http://onlinemutualfund.wordpress.com/2008/08/23/how-to-b uy-gold-etf/

Listed below is a simple way to own a Gold ETF.

Gold EFT are fast becoming a rage in India. One reason attributed to its popularity could be its stellar performance in a relatively subdued market conditions.

When first introduced in India, many were skeptical about its relevance and suitability in Indian markets, however increasing volumes and new scheme launches(Quantum, SBI) indicate its growing acceptance in a naive market like India. It is a complex financial instrument. (read EFT F.A.Q).It involves many different entities apart from usual fund managers who manage the scheme. However, its has its own limitations since it is listed on exchanges.

Many people are unaware of ways to buy a GOLD ETF.

You need a Demat account along with broker who is a member of NSE to buy a Gold ETF.

Some of the popular brokerage firms like ICICI Direct, HDFC Securities, KOTAK Securities.

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Answered by online mutualfund, 16 Dec '08 02:11 pm

 
  
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Answered by Jason Dave, 14 Nov '08 09:53 pm

 
  
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Answered by Nagarajan Karupayah, 07 Nov '07 02:41 am

 
  
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