Think of the various types of investments as tools that can help you achieve your financial goals. Each broad investment type—from bank products to stocks and bonds—has its own general set of features, risk factors and ways in which they can be used by investors.

We have many of options for investing in somebody’s new business or running projects:-

  • STOCKS :- Buying shares of companies is a onetime investment plan. It is one of the easiest ways to invest your money in any business. These are part ownership units of the company which each investor buys. You can trade these shares in a marketplace called the Stock market where all trades are done electronically. It is one of the most lucrative and riskiest investment options to buy.

  • BONDS :- A bond is a loan an investor makes to a corporation, government, federal agency or other organization in exchange for interest payments over a specified term plus repayment of principal at the bond’s maturity date. There are a wide variety of bonds including Treasuries, agency bonds, corporate bonds, municipal bonds and more. Likewise there are many types of bond mutual funds.

  • BANK PRODUCTS :- transaction accounts and deposit accounts offer liquidity, making it easy for you to get to your funds for any reason—from day-to-day expenses to a down payment or money for unexpected emergencies. In addition to being insured by the FDIC, checking accounts let you transfer money by check or electronic payment to a person or organization that you designate as payee. We offer investments in following mentioned products of bank:-Savings Accounts, Money Market Accounts, Certificates of Deposit (CDs), Federal Insurance  & many more….

  • OPTIONS:-  Options are contracts that give the purchaser the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell a security, such as a stock or exchange-traded fund, at a fixed price within a specific period of time. Options can help investors manage risk.

  • ANNUITIES:- Some annuity contracts provide a way to save for retirement. Others can turn your savings into a stream of retirement income. Still others do both. If you use an annuity as a savings vehicle and the insurance company delays your pay-out to the future, you have a deferred annuity. If you use the annuity to create a source of retirement income and your payments start right away, you have an immediate annuity. 

  • RETIREMENT:- Saving for retirement, and managing income once you retire, are two important aspects of personal financial management. When it comes to saving, tax-advantaged options can be smart choices. In addition to potential tax benefits, there is an opportunity for your savings to compound over time. 

  • SAVING FOR EDUCATION:- Education funding begins with saving. While college and other educational costs continue to rise, the good news is that there are many smart, tax-advantaged ways to save for education. We'll help you navigate your options, and provide tips and tools along the way.

  • ALTERNATIVE AND COMPLEX PRODUCTS:- Investment products abound that offer alternatives to conventional stock and bond investments. These products are sometimes referred to as structured products or non-conventional investments. They tend to be both more complex—and more risky—than traditional investments, and often tempt investors with special features and higher returns than offered by basic investments. Although these products may have attractive qualities, it is crucial to understand each investment’s distinct features, risks and rewards. CORPHEIGHTS alerts and information can help.

  • INITIAL COIN OFFERINGS AND CRYPTOCURRENCIES :- Digital assets like crypto currencies and ICOs continue to evolve and spark interest from Main Street investors. With billions of dollars raised in ICO financings and over a thousand different crypto currencies currently available, these rapidly changing markets are tempting for investors. It is also difficult for most individual investors to make sense of these complex investment products and to determine the risk levels associated with them.

  • COMMODITY FUTURES :- The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is the federal government agency that regulates the commodity futures, commodity options, and swaps trading markets. Anyone who trades futures with the public or gives advice about futures trading must be registered with the National Futures Association (NFA), the independent regulator for anyone who trades futures with the public.

  • INSURANCE :- Life insurance products are often a part of an overall financial plan. They come in various forms, including term life, whole life and universal life policies. There also are variations on these—variable life insurance and variable universal life insurance—which are considered securities and must be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). CORPHEIGHTS has jurisdiction over the investment professionals and firms that sell variable life and variable universal life products.

  • EXCHANGE-TRADED FUNDS:- Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) combine aspects of mutual funds and conventional stocks. Like a mutual fund, an ETF is a pooled investment fund that offers an investor an interest in a professionally managed, diversified portfolio of investments. But unlike mutual funds, ETF shares trade like stocks on stock exchanges and can be bought or sold throughout the trading day at fluctuating prices.

  • MUTUAL FUNDS:- Mutual Funds can offer built-in diversification and professional management, they offer certain advantages over purchasing individual stocks and bonds. We will guide you about investing in any security, investing in a mutual fund which involves certain risks, guiding about the possibility in which there is risk to lose money.

  • SIP: - How to choose Best SIP Plans. These are some of the common questions that occur in the mind of investors when thinking of investing in Mutual Funds through a SIP or Systematic Investment plan.

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CORPHEIGHTS can help you in SIP investments. SIP investment is one of the most disciplined Investing options when investing in Mutual Funds. Moreover, the minimum amount of investing in a SIP Mutual Fund is as less as INR 500. This makes investing in Top SIP plans much convenient.


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