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Investing in PPF is indeed a great way to strengthen one’s debt portfolio, given the safety associated with it and its tax-free returns. However, investing in PPF or any other instrument with low returns for security or tax-free returns can never help in creating wealth.
RCom could have become what Reliance Jio is today with right strategy at the right time. However, failure to adopt new technology, a piling mountain of debts and few bad decisions resulted in its downfall.
Many experts have commented in the past that Vijay Mallya had made a very bad move by entering India's cut-throat airline market. But investors who invested in the stock of Kingfisher Airlines also made an equally lousy move as there was no fundamental strength in the stock.
Doesn't matter if it's a bull or bear run; it is important to stay away from weak companies. In the long run, only companies with strong fundamentals win the race.
The volatility in the market may remain for some time. Don't risk your hard-earned money by investing in penny stocks. Invest in fundamentally sound stocks instead.
From a fundamental perspective, the stock of Bharat Forge has several positives like low debt, consistent dividend, proactive management and a scalable business model all of which are vital components of a multibagger stock.
Due to volatile nature of equity, risks are there in both mutual fund and direct equity investing. However, the benefits of direct equity investing far outweigh the benefits of investing in mutual fund.
Government's historic announcement placing the acquisition of 101 weapon systems from foreign countries under a negative arms imports list is expected to give a thrust to domestic companies like BEL.
With the price of 24-carat gold hitting almost Rs. 53,300 per 10 grams, many investors are asking a common question "Should I include gold in my investment portfolio?"
Despite being a successful entrepreneur with massive revenue streams, Bill Gates realized early in life about the power of equity investments to multiply wealth at an unparalleled rate.
Rather than waiting for another correction and missing out by staying on the sidelines investors should follow a staggered approach to investing as well as consider every dip as opportunity to buy.
Indian economy is like the celestial bird Phoenix. Just like the fabled bird Phoenix which rises back bigger and better every time from the ashes, our economy too has bounced back bigger and better after every crisis in the past.
Just like spotting a single cockroach means there are many more cockroaches around, the cockroach theory in investing states that when a company reveals bad news to the public, many more related, adverse events may be revealed in the future.
The stock market is not an easy way to create wealth. There will be ups and downs. Investors should be psychologically prepared to remain invested and have the patience to bear the temporary losses for long term gains.
Whether it is a reaction to Covid-19 or investing in stock markets, different people behave differently, unfortunately at either extremes. The reactions of people towards the Covid-19 crisis and reactions of investors towards the stock market can be briefly classified into five categories.
It is practically impossible to boycott everything that’s made in China. But yes, India can avoid unwanted Chinese products which can be produced in India with proper infrastructure support and loans at cheap rates to manufacturers and liberalized FDI.
Today India is the largest motorcycle manufacturer in world the beating even China. Indian motorcycle companies have been on a global acquisition spree to reach global markets with TVS Motors acquiring the iconic British brand Norton, Mahindra Group acquiring Czech brand Jawa and British brand BSA.
How you perceive any situation in life depends a lot on whether you’re focusing on the opportunities or threats that the situation offers. The current case is similar – With the ongoing pandemic and border tensions for many investors, the stock market is similar to the glass.
In case of delisting of Adani Power shares, given the low valuations due to market correction in March 2020, it can be considered as an attempt by the promoters to increase their stake at attractive prices. Retail shareholders who entered the stock at high prices, however, would be the biggest losers.
During the last few years, the aviation industry in India has emerged as one of the fastest-growing sectors in the country. However, unless the issues affecting the profitability of airline carriers are taken care of, airline carriers in India will continue to bleed financially.
As an investor it is your duty to exercise due caution before investing your hard-earned money. Telecom sector is highly capital intensive and operates on thin margins. On top of this, any change in technology can change the fortunes of the operators overnight.
Developing a wealthy mindset is the key to becoming wealthy. Studies in neuroscience have proved that human brains continue to develop and change even as adults. So, it’s never too late to start developing a new mindset.
The purpose of this article is solely to help the readers understand whether it is worth investing in Vodafone Idea shares from a long-term perspective and should not be constituted as an advice to buy/sell/hold.
Covid-19 pandemic has ravaged economies across the world, including India. However, even in these difficult times, there are some silver linings in the clouds. Besides there have been other benefits too, like less pollution, a drastic drop in road accidents and better family relations.
Government’s dream of a self-reliant India will not happen overnight and will take some time. But yes, with a strong government at the centre and serious intent to get things done we can expect to see some results in the coming years. And when it does India will become a global production centre.
If you want to be a better investor, you can safely ignore the stock market news and stick to fundamental analysis-based investing because that is what gives you an idea of the company’s financial health and it’s potential to create wealth for you.
Losing your job suddenly can be a worse experience than a pay cut. And yes, it can be a disturbing experience for most. These ten simple steps can help anyone to avoid a financial mess in such testing times. With the right preparation, anyone can turn a potential financial tragedy into a temporary setback and better tomorrow.
Reliance Industries is on a mission to transform itself from an oil and petrochemicals company to a new-age technology-driven, consumer and e-commerce company. However, before investing in the stock of Reliance Industries or any share, an investor should look for an economic moat around it.
Covid-19 has changed consumer behaviour. It has completely changed the way we shop, our travel and entertainment choices. As our country progresses along the contagion curve, there may be a shift in both how people shop and what they shop back to the way it was earlier.
The world post-Covid 19 will be a lot different. Those companies which make our lives better will be the best outperformers over the next few years. As an investor, you should focus on investing in those equity investment opportunities that can ride out the next wave of transformation.
Markets are generous, and they will present many such opportunities in the future as well to create wealth. So, the next time when markets are correcting, instead of saying ‘Oh no, why?’, tell yourself ‘Oh yes, amazing!’ and go on a shopping of high-quality stocks at discounted prices.
Flying and stock market investing are not exactly the same, but they still have a lot of things in common to be successful such as the need for proper risk management, adequate knowledge and a strong belief.
Changes in the fundamentals of business can affect the valuations of a business adversely. Retail stock market investors are often unaware of such changes. That's why expert advice of an equity advisory service matters a lot.
Many of the best stocks to buy for the long term in India are still available at good bargain prices. However, many investors in India are still unsure whether it is the right to invest in the share market or wait for the good news to come in.
A few years from now, when you think about your stock market investment decisions during crisis times, you will be rejoicing that you took a right step towards wealth creation by remaining invested or investing more in the stock market.
Stock markets in India are currently going through a difficult time, but we’ll pass through them. And we’ve started witnessing a recovery in stock markets in India, presenting a moment of ample opportunities for investors to create wealth.
It is important for every long-term stock market investor to keep in mind that the value of your portfolio does not really matter in the short term. Bears may continue to have a ball for another few months but remember few years down the line nothing will stop your portfolio from outperforming if you have invested in quality stocks.
Keynes offers 4 valuable stock market investing lessons which is all one needs to brave the current storm, which has engulfed the equity markets. These are the basic tenets of value investing which has helped successful investors to overcome difficult situations in the past and emerge successfully.
Mispriced Opportunities Strategy offers investors a great opportunity to capitalize on the ups and downs in the share markets in India by investing in good quality stocks with strong fundamentals which can help them outperform with time.
One cannot be a successful stock market investor by depending on luck or tips given by others. Research & Ranking can help you create a customized investment portfolio based on detailed research as per your risk profile and financial goals.
Many people have a misconception that stock market investment is only for the rich. Due to this misconception they invest in traditional investments which offer a very low rate of returns which are too less to beat inflation.
There is huge volatility in the Indian stock markets today due to fear of spread in Coronavirus cases globally. However, Indian stock markets have been through worse situations before and not only recovered quickly but outperformed.
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