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What has been the inflation-adjusted rate of return from various asset classes in India?

I'm looking at equity, FDs, liquid funds, real estate. I'd like this information for various time periods, like 5, 10 and 20 years. I'd like both nominal and real returns. I've looked but couldn't ...
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What assets does the term “security” encompass?

From what I understand, the term “security,” as used in finance, refers to equities, debt instruments (such as bonds), and derivatives based on equities and debt. Does the term encompass other ...
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Is it possible to manage my multiple accounts and my wife's multiple accounts as a single portfolio with TD Ameritrade?

Is it possible to manage my multiple accounts and my wife's multiple accounts as a single portfolio with TD Ameritrade's online tools? I would like to do easy asset allocation across all those ...
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Effect of different macro trends on different asset classes

Briefly if possible, what are the effects of the following macro environmental trends: Above-average / high inflation Deflation On the following asset classes: Non-dividend-paying Equities ...
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How to hedge against specific asset classes at low cost

I only do passive investment on index ETFs etc. I'm quite happy with that, but sometimes I want to hedge against specific asset classes in the mix. For example, let's say I do want to keep buying ...
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Asset classes: Is a Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) considered a bond?

When we think of asset classes, there are 2 types: stocks and bonds. Where does an investment like a GIC fit in? It is not a bond, nor is it a stock.
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Is there a return-on-investment vs risk graph anywhere?

Is there anywhere a graph of "return-on-investment" vs "risk" for various different investments? On this graph would appear several data points, like: "Short-term deposit in dollars", 1% ...