Where Stree Dhan given to daughters in marriage is sacrosanct, alas NSEL had not committed this sin of depriving these mothers who had a dream of accumulating this Gold by investing with them.
You can invest in gold through E-Gold, Gold mutual funds, Gold ETFs or gold bars and coins. Not to forget, many Indians buy gold jewelry that they will never use considering them as investment. Each of these has their own merits and demerits.
The Indian government and the central banking authority of India, the RBI are not too happy about the fact that Indians can't get over their fascination for physical gold.
On CNBC-TV18's special show 'The Informed Investor', Sanjay Sinha, founder, Citrus Advisors and Gaurav Mashruwala, Financial Planner answer investors' queries and share new investment strategies for the coming year.
Personal finance expert Anil Rego of Right Horizons outlined the pros and cons of investing in E-gold and gold ETFs.
With the shifting sands of time, Gold has evolved as an important asset class and is made available in various forms for investing. Read this space to know the various available while investing in Gold.
Akshaya Tritiya is supposed to be one of the most auspicious days to buy gold as per Indian belief. But before buying, lets take a look at the pros and cons of the most attractive gold investment options available in the Indian market.
Waiver of Transaction Charges and Conversion charges on E-Gold, E-Silver and E-Platinum on the auspicious occasion of Akshaya Tritiya
The Singapore Mercantile Exchange will roll out in May new gold and silver futures contracts and is also looking at rubber and sugar contracts, its chief executive said on Thursday, as the fledgling bourse moves further to boost liquidity.
Financial Technologies promoted National Spot Exchange (NSEL), today said it is extending the facility of physical conversion of e-Gold units into one gram of gold coins.
NSEL’s ‘e-Gold’ units can now be converted into 1 gm gold coins
Given the wide variety of options, it is but natural to ask - which is the best alternative to buy gold?
Commodity bourse National Spot Exchange (NSEL) today said its average monthly turnover of 'e-gold' jumped four-fold to Rs 3,082.60 crore in the first four months of this fiscal compared to same period last year.
National Spot Exchange (NSEL), India's leading electronic commodity spot exchange, has witnessed a record increase in turnover of "e-gold" during the first four months of the current financial year.