On the other hand commodities can be great investment tool in a country where inflation is in a growing trend. By analyzing the past years it can be viewed that inflation has always been relatively high. here is what Im trying to say.. if you owned a 1 kilo of flour in 2007 which was only Rs 22 compared to today's price ranging from Rs 100-124 you can get an capital gain of more than 350%, when you include factors such as volume and macro outlook this relative measurement may vary by 30-40% but overall it would be much safer than our Mafia (stock) market.
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