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Zero volatility in returns
Low capital risk
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    Why should you opt for bonds?

    Bonds are debt instruments, a form of loan made to large organizations, corporations, cities and governments. Depending on the tenure and frequency, you will earn regular interest payment on your investment and you get the principal amount on maturity.

    Low-risk investment: Bonds are relatively stable instruments as interest coupons are fixed in advance for the amount to be paid and the time they are going to be paid.

    Capital preservation:  Considering that bonds are low risk investment instruments, your capital or principal investment amount is preserved with zero volatility.
    Get regular income: Bonds help you earn regular income as interest pay outs are predetermined and in regular intervals. There are bonds which give you the option of a monthly interest pay out too.

    Types of bonds

    G-Sec bonds

    Government Securities or G-Sec are guaranteed by the Government of India.G-Secs with maturity greater than 1year are called bonds. G-Sec bonds come with the backing of the Sovereign which makes them a very low-risk investment option.

    Corporate bonds

    Corporate bonds are debt securities issued by private and public corporations. Here, the company promises to pay the principal on maturity and interest in regular intervals.

    Inflation-linked bonds

    The principal amount and the interest payments in inflation-linked bonds are indexed to inflation. The objective is essentially to hedge against erosion of monetary value due to inflation.

    Convertible bonds

    Convertible bonds are long-term debt instruments issued by a company. These bonds can be converted into equity shares of the company on a future date.

    Sovereign gold bonds

    Sovereign gold bonds are government securities issued in the units of grams. The bonds are issued by the Reserve Bank of India on behalf of the Government. The added advantage is the interest paid on these bonds.

    Zero-coupon bonds

    A zero-coupon bond is issued at a discount and redeemed at maturity. Also known as discount bonds, you buy this bond at a huge discount on the face value of the bond.

    Non-convertible debentures

    Non-convertible debentures or NCDs are fixed income products which promise to give you a predetermined fixed interest rate at the end of the tenure. NCDs can be secured or unsecured.

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