Year 2020 presents rare opportunity and must be used to invest in EQUITY In this edition, we’ve kept EQUITY as a Core Theme, as we believe it presents a very good opportunity for wealth creation
To see a V or U shape recovery, the government should act a lot more and in a big way, now. Lockdown 3 is a time for Keynesian Economics theory of total spending in the
Equity markets have many stories of astounding stock level returns, then why is it that most investors make only mediocre returns?
Negative & Positive sides of Indian capital market, that one must understand, before investing
Investing is more of an emotions play, be cognizant of this behavioral anomaly, when it comes to investing, so that informed decisions are made.
Mutual fund is no longer the best investment tool for HNI investors. Read more to know about the drawbacks of mutual funds for HNI investors.
Should one invest in mid cap or large cap. What is the view on Infrastructure|Consumption and other sectors
Products that make investors hold on for longer periods, bring potential for superior performance. Selecting the right equity product is not an easy task.
There is a belief that asset managers do not get better with size. In fact, at times, large firms become a victim of their own success
PMS that show endurance in tough market times without compromising the long term return potential
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.
Investors’ Biases emerges from constant tug of war between cognitive thinking and emotional responses.