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PMS Performance Newsletter for March’2020.
Spread of coronavirus pandemic is challenging older ways of doing day to day business operations and future would demand more innovation, and flexibility as there is going to be a lot of permanent changes that world could adopt, post the crises.
Over the last couple of weeks, equity markets have been very volatile and Nifty is down by ~38% from its peak level. The spread of the virus has triggered panic across the world and shaken the confidence of investors. PMS AIF WORLD interviewed eight prominent personalities from the industry and collated their views to bring you a special report, which will help you to understand the market movements in the coming months.
PMS is meant to invest in the focused and concentrated basket of well researched businesses. PMS works on the concept of personal demat account for each investor for holdings stocks under their name.
Mid and Small Cap indices have seen approx. 20% and 30% corrections respectively. This is a decent correction. Things may correct in the large cap space, but mid and small cap are definitely attractive.
Investing in a concentrated portfolio of these great companies gets double digit ROE with less volatility and downside. The strategy promises impressive wealth creation with ‘Less risk’.
These investments should deliver impressive returns in next 5 years
Learn, and Select the right PMS product that suits your investment objective and risk appetite
Investors that are aware of basic disorders can create optimal portfolio for higher return potential. Their behavioural biases and industry’s unethical practices lead to portfolio disorders.
The Industry is driven by sales motives & isn’t designed to be fair. So investors need informed investment decisions.