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Millennials Hunting Returns Drive Risk-Hungry


The millennial investors class is leaping into the risk investment to cryptocurrencies from peer-to-peer lending with the expectation of getting a boost in returns but it is rocked by severe inflation rates throughout Asia. Investors on a large number are investing capital into a light and newly controlled asset that set India apart. Since the post-pandemic era started the rise of retail investors has been fueled widely and many also have been exposed to the chance of big losses. While many have found themselves lucky and wracked up wins and bought their first home and car. In the below-placed sections, we have discussed a lot more about the hunting returns of millennials that drove risk in India. Kindly take a peek below to fetch more about it. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com


Pratik Vora who is 28 years of age young man from Mumbai, works in finance. Pratik Vora is ignoring the plain vanilla saving deposits that were quite popular with civilians of India for generations. He is shunning the old and popular saving deposits scheme because he is a self-taught investor and he invests in stocks. The 28-year-old self-taught investor began investing in stocks back in 2015. Further, he can not restrict himself from investing in crypto. As result, he started pouring money into crypto investing back in 2019 in hope of buying a luxurious house. However, Pratik Vora narrowly escaped the major drop in cryptocurrencies earlier this year by withdrawing them as he want to avoid new charges or taxes in India. As of now, he has not been deterred. Kindly look at the further section to learn more about it.

Pratik Vora said that a bank fixed deposit is the worst investment for anybody at this point in time. Prakit Vora does not believe in saving money and deposit money fixed deposit schemes, he is a big follower of investing in the market. According to Pratik Vora, the returns of inflation adjustment are negative, he also added that his age allowed him to take risks and invest in the crypto world. Nowadays people are less interesting to pour money into the bank’s fixed deposits as the need of the hour is to invest money and multiply it. Customer price raises have shot up the top levels in many countries for decades. That’s all for now, stay connected with us for further details and more explanation. Stay tuned to this page.

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Amjad Khan
Amjad Khan, Senior Editor (Politics), at Get India News in Delhi, has nearly two decades of experience in covering the wide spectrum of politics and the Prime Minister’s Office.


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