G-Secs are only for long-term investors
Believing that G-Secs (Government Securities) are only for long-term investors is not accurate.
G-Secs come in various maturities, including short-term options like Treasury Bills (T-Bills), with maturities as short as 91 days.
This means you can invest in G-Secs for short-term and long-term financial goals. They offer flexibility to match your investment horizon, whether it’s a few months or several years.
G-Secs are often seen as a low-risk investment choice. Suitable for a range of investors seeking capital preservation and regular interest income. Making them versatile for both short and long-term strategies.
Learn more about Government Securities (G-Secs) here.
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