Physical Gold: Purchase gold in the form of coins, bars, or jewelry from authorized dealers or banks.
Gold ETFs (Exchange-Traded Funds): Invest in gold electronically through exchange-traded funds that track the gold price.
Gold Mutual Funds: Mutual funds that invest in various gold-related instruments, providing diversification and professional management.
Sovereign Gold Bonds (SGBs): Government-issued bonds denominated in grams of gold, offering fixed interest and capital gains upon maturity.
Gold Savings Account: Some banks offer gold savings accounts where you can buy, sell, and store gold in electronic form.
Gold Monetization Scheme: Deposit physical gold in banks and earn interest or receive it back in a more tradable form.
Digital Gold: Invest in gold digitally through platforms that allow you to buy, sell, and hold gold electronically.
Gold Mining Stocks: Invest in shares of gold mining companies, providing exposure to the potential growth of the industry.
Gold Futures and Options: Trade gold on commodity exchanges through futures and options contracts for speculative purposes.
Gold Accumulation Plan (GAP): A systematic investment plan allowing regular investment in small amounts to accumulate gold over time.