Why India & China Can Be Favorite Destinations For Investments Globally With Reasons

India & China, the Asian giants are the only countries in the world to grow more than 8% per annum. China is growing at a rapid pace of 9.5% per annum & India not much behind at 8.5% per annum. But what’s the future lies ahead for these two Asian giants. According to Research reports issued by various Analysts,

GDP ( in trillon $) Per Capita Income ( in $)
India 1.2 1050
China 5.7 3000

India’s GDP is currently at 1.2 trillon dollars & per capita income at 1050 US dollars where as China’s gross domestic product (GDP) is at 5.7 US dollars & accounted for 9.5% of the global total in 2010, almost twice as much as five years earlier

India’s GDP is expected to be at 5 trillon dollar economy by 2020 & per capital income at 1 Lakh by 2020.

Now it is upto you how you are able to take benefit from such a robust growing economy by investing in stocks

But my dear advice to dear investors if you are not from financial sector & don’t have finance knowledge, do hire a Research analyst or a financial doctor to advice you better rather than taking the advice of your sub broker who is interested for his own commissions & brokerage.

To tell you guys, even a 25% annualized returns for 10 years can make you investment 10 times in 10 years i.e 10 Lakh of investment to 1 Crore.

Guys, go & hire a financial doctor to plan rich & become rich

Regards

Mayank Gupta

Wealthbazaar.in

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