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.
Taking it ahead from where PM Narendra Modi concluded his address to the nation on Tuesday, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced the first leg of the post-pandemic financial package to help boost the economy. Let’s take a detailed look at why we can expect a fast track recovery ahead.
Be it the Make In India or the Aatma Nirbhar Bharat, there seem to be enough indications that are given by PM Modi that he means business and the government would take all possible measures in an effort to convert the current crisis into an opportunity.
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.
In the stock market, ‘Perfect time’ is the enemy when you are putting your money at work. There is no such thing as 'Perfect time'. Regardless of when you enter, always remember: Time is your best friend and patience is the biggest virtue you can possess as an investor.
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.
It is impossible to time the stock market. However, considering the current attractive valuations of many fundamentally sound stocks, there is no reason for a value investor to wait on the sidelines and regret later about the missed opportunity.
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.
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