FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT- FDI is in the form of investments directly made in industry or any other fields of monetary activity of a country by international industrial properties or Multinational Companies (MNCs) with the sole objective of getting profit. Since the investment is manufactured by companies in their private capacity, it is also called Private Foreign Capital. Such opportunities have long-term commitments. 2) Collection INVESTMENT- It really is made by overseas financial companies called Foreign Institutional Traders (FIIs) in tradable securities. These FFIs enter India's capital market segments to buy and sell securities with an objective of earning speculative profits.