Bank deposits and bank lockers which are generally considered as safe by investors are not 100% risk-free. Hence a wise investor should always diversify his investments.
Stock market investment is one of the best ways to generate high returns and beat inflation. This article describes how one can start investing in the stock market.
Adequate diversification is very important in equity investing. This article describes the importance of having a well-diversified portfolio to reduce the risk and maximize gains.
Traditional life insurance policies, tax-saver FDs, PPF and ELSS, can help you to save tax but are inadequate to create wealth. Hence it is essential to save at least some portion of your investment in the share market in India.
This article explains how the economic reforms undertaken by the government between 1999-2003 laid the foundation for growth of economy and stock market between 2003-2008.
Patience is a very important attribute for becoming a successful investor in the stock market in India. Sometimes the best action an investor can take after investing in quality stocks is not taking any action at all.
It is crucial to ignore red and green on stock market tickers to become a successful stock market investor. While investing in the Indian stock market, you become a part-owner of the business. Hence, the fluctuations in the stock price in the short term should not bother you.
There is a strong correlation between reading and success in investing in the stock market in India. While all readers may not be investors, all successful investors are voracious readers.
By investing even half of what you would have otherwise paid on your monthly EMI, in quality stocks in the stock market in India over ten years, you can easily build a corpus of 1.12 crores assuming a CAGR of 20%.
A person with a strong financial background is more likely to live a tension free life without worrying about the fear of job loss. Start investing in the stock market in India today to create wealth and live a worry-free life.
In one of our earlier article, we took look at why we can expect the upcoming few years to be something similar to the times of 2003-2008. Now let’s take a look at one more important aspect that was the stepping stone towards that Bull Run in the stock market in India.
There will be many temporary hurdles while investing in the stock market in India in the short term. But if you look at the past, irrespective of whether it is India or global markets after every downturn, the stock market in India has rebounded after some time in a big way.
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.
Managing your stock market investment portfolio can be a complex and time consuming process. A DIY investor may miss out on small but important things which a professional investment advisor would not. Expert advice can pay for itself many times over in the form of excellent returns and a stable investment portfolio.
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