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Axis Gold ETF BSE:533570 NSE:AXISGOLD

Axis Gold ETF is engaged in Gold ETF business. Company is listed on both NSE and BSE. NSE symbol for Axis Gold ETF is 'AXISGOLD' and BSE code for Axis Gold ETF is '533570'.

About Company

Axis Mutual Fund - Axis Gold Exchange Traded Fund

Axis Gold ETF Stock Quotes and Charts

Symbol Last Trade on
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Open High Low
  Previous Day's   52 Weeks
Close Low - High
  Website   www.axismf.com
  Industry*   Gold ETF

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Axis Gold ETF User Reviews

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2. vijay  Mar 10, 2013 11:21:04 PM IST Reply

hai can i joint

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1. Briteny  Nov 28, 2015 5:07:05 AM IST Reply

If he does not need to use the funds for an extended preoid of time(say at least 1-2 years), he should consider investing in shares/ETF. If he does not have much expertise in selecting stocks, it is better to invest in an ETF.Although the market is rather high, the probability is that he will get better returns in the medium to long term investing in shares than in fixed deposits. Even though the market is higher now, the dividend yields for quite a number of stocks are still higher than FD interest and in the longer term, the potential for appreciation is greater than the potential for loss, particularly in an inflationary environment. He must however be able to withstand the volatility of the stock-market and not be pressured to sell because of margin calls or some other reasons when the market drops from time to time.He can of course wait for the market to come down before going in, but who knows when and by how much it will come down by? I thought the Singapore market recovered too quickly when the STI hit 2000 in mid-2009 and decided to wait a bit. When the STI hit 2500, I thought it might do back down to 2000. When it`s around 2900 now, I`m still wondering whether it will go back down to 2500.So, I think I will never know where the market will be in the short term. Even in the long term, I cannot be sure but based on probability, it will probably be up unless the share prices for particular stocks is way higher than the intrinsic values of the companies they represent. But one must be prepared that in some exceptional circumstances, the stock market may take more than a decade to recover(if one started investing at its peak) and some may not have the luxury of time to wait that long. The good thing is one can go into the market gradually so that there is some dollar averaging effect to mitigate the risk of going in at the peak of the market.

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