Pandemics like this do have the potential to trigger a broader correction in Indian stock markets. But, the impact if any, would be very limited, resulting in few months of volatility at the most.
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.
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.
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.
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%.
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.
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.
Investing all your money in the stock market in India is definitely not a wise idea. It makes sense to distribute your investments across multiple investment options.
Just like every other field of life, there are some don’ts for investors in the stock market in India too. Not knowing these don’ts can result in financial losses.
There are many ways to succeed in the stock market investing. One of the best ways to succeed is doing what successful investors have done, i.e. value investing. This is what the book is all about.
India doubled its GDP from $1.37 tn in 2009 to $2.9 tn in 2019. If history can repeat, and India doubles its GDP by 2025, the multiplier effect will be seen in the Indian stock markets as well.
The key driver for any economy that fosters its growth, sustainability and competitive is demographic dividend. India is still yet to unleash the miracle of this demographic advantage that India has over other economies.
Indian share markets took a big hit due to rise in USA-Iran tensions. However, for a long term investor there is nothing to worry as the impact is very limited.
Nobody can predict the next stock market correction. Investors who wait on the sidelines will definitely face the risk of losing out on some of the stock market’s best periods of returns.
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