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Old 19th February 2013, 02:03 PM
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In my opinion, you should take risk and lock part of your amount if you have surplus money in RGESS.

This would be better than NSCs if you hold for a long time of period.

I am sure fund managers would try to make it to list above NFO price initially at least.

NSCs give you nothing after inflation (-7-9 %) and tax deduction (-?) .

People in INDIA still will feel that RGESS is better option other than tax saver mutual funds available in market.

Happy Investing !
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