Do you find wealth creation from the stock markets challenging?
Well, forget wealth creation, have you been consistently making losses or unable to make significant gains despite several years of investing?
If the answers to the above questions are yes, it is time to introspect and change your investing style.
Wealth creation from the stock markets in India is indeed a big challenge for the majority of investors given the highly volatile nature of stock markets and the several economic, political and global factors influencing it.
Many investors also make the fatal mistake of assuming that they too can become successful in stock markets by simply copying the stock portfolio of successful investors like Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, Vijay Kedia, Dolly Khanna etc.
Such information is easily available in the public domain as stock exchanges publish data of bulk deals on a regular basis.
By creating a stock portfolio just like Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s portfolio, Vijay Kedia’s portfolio or Dolly Khanna’s portfolio, such investors feel that nothing can go wrong as they assume that these successful investors would have done their detailed homework before investing their own money.
Yes, it is true to a great extent that successful investors would have done thorough research before investing their money in any stock. While in theory, copying Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s portfolio or Vijay Kedia’s portfolio or for that matter any successful investor’s stock portfolio looks like the perfect recipe for success in stock markets, the reality is quite different.
Why it does not make sense in copying Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s portfolio or Vijay Kedia’s portfolio?
Unlike retail investors, celebrity investors have a huge holding capacity and a lot of surplus funds. They don’t mind waiting for a longer period patiently until their desired target is achieved.
Most of the stocks chosen by them belong to the small and midcap category, and hence they are likely to fall more during corrections, by as much as 50% at times. Unable to digest such huge losses, retail investors tend to exit in such situations making huge losses.
Time of exit also matters a lot. While bulk deals are reported, celebrity investors sometimes also sell in small quantities for avoiding media glare or gradual profit booking. However, small investors continue holding the stock under the impression that celebrity investors still have it in their portfolio.
Any investor who copies celebrity investors is highly unlikely to succeed because there is a time lag between the relay of information which can prove very costly. The stock price is likely to shoot up by the time one hears about it and actually buys it. So, most of the time, such investments actually end up in losses. So, copying celebrity investors should be best avoided.
If you must copy something from successful investors, it is their investing style, that is the rationale they use while choosing stocks.
Lessons from Warren Buffet’s portfolio
Without a doubt, Warren Buffett is one of the greatest investors of all times. According to him while creating a stock portfolio, one should look at stocks which have an economic moat which in simple words means the ability of a business to maintain competitive advantages vis-à-vis its competitors to protect its long-term profits and market share.
He also advises that once you find such businesses, it is important to hold on to them forever. No wonder stocks like American Express and Coca-Cola have been a part of Warren Buffett’s stock portfolio for several decades.
It is very important to do proper research before creating your stock portfolio
There are over 5,500 stocks listed on the stock markets in India. Not all of them can be called as wealth creators or in other words, the trending term ‘Multibaggers’. Rather many of them can be rightfully called wealth destroyers considering the amount of investor’s wealth they have eroded.
That's why it is essential to invest only in fundamentally sound companies after detailed research.
Investors who lose money in the stock markets in India often tend to blame the markets for their losses or completely quit the markets to invest in safer avenues like bonds, fixed deposits or other small savings schemes which offer considerably lower returns in the range of 6-8%.
Stock markets are synonymous for wealth creation. But, still very few have been able to create wealth from the stock markets.
So what exactly is the secret of wealth creation from equities?
Believe it or not, the real secret of wealth creation is discipline and developing investor’s mindset.
Lessons from Warren Buffet’s portfolio
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An over-diversified share market portfolio makes no sense
The basic premise of diversification is to reduce the risk. However, that does not mean going overboard.
Having a portfolio of too many stocks from too many sectors may lower the risk of your portfolio to some extent, but the gains are also lower.
Before we proceed further about understanding the importance of wealth creation using a portfolio-based approach, let's take a look at why a scientific approach is required for successful investing in the stock market.
Successful investing is all about investing in stocks of companies which have consistent and increasing earnings, high growth potential, scalable business model and are professionally well managed.
It requires considerable efforts, time and research to evaluate companies and shortlist the best from the rest for investment. Not all investors have the time for research or the expertise to study the balance sheets of companies.
Expert advice can bridge the gap between investment and wealth creation.
Research & Ranking’s 5 in 5 Wealth Creation Strategy is a powerful and proven wealth creation strategy which has generated 400.53% in the last five years and helped over 10,000 subscribers to create wealth by investing in the stock markets in India.
Here’s a simple but effective guide to create a winning portfolio in the stock market in India with Research & Ranking’s 5 in 5 Wealth Creation Strategy.
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