Nazdik started its work on offering smart investment plans, with the support of Charisma's reliable funds an Charisma's licences.
Investment in Nazdik is a fast, simple, smart and fully online procedure that saves you a huge deal of time, money and energy.
The minimum amount is different for every investment plan, but right now, you can start with 110.000 Tomans.
For registering in Nazdik the only requirement is your phone number however for investing is Nazdik your Sejam code is also required.
Investing in Nazdik begins with answering a short list of questions about your personality, risk propensity and goals. Your answers help us to make sure your investment plan is in line with your personality .
You can withdraw your capital anytime you want.
Using Nazdik's investment plan you can reach 21% yearly profit, however in the best-case scenario you can gain 35% profit in a year.
If you're not a risk-taker and prefer not to risk your capital for a possible higher profit rate, or a fixed amount being monthly deposited to your bank account works better for you; Fixed-income funds are your best option. The investing process in these funds is simple. you invest the amount you desire and gain a profit of 19 to 24 percent on a monthly basis.
Mutual funds are good options for you in case you are a risk-taker. These funds contain company shares and equities traded in stock market. Mutual funds offer variety; besides buying these funds saves you the time, energy and money you need for finding and trading fitting eqities independently.
Gold funds are a variety of mutual funds which directly or indirectly hold gold-related assets. Investing in these funds is one of latest investing approaches in which gold is held as an asset class not a physical property. Gold fund has become a popular inesting tool among the investors who want to protect their capital value against the financial swings resulted by inflation.
a Fund's price is based on a NAV calculation that is updated at the end of the business day. The calculation for NAV is assets minus liabilities devided by total number of outstanding shares.