Investment is one of those strange games where no matter what one does, a few others always seem a couple of paces ahead. And after all, what is wealthy if not an adjective to distinguish one from those around?
To succeed as an investor, one has to be in the game at all times. And considering the pace at which India’s economy is growing, there is money to be made around every corner if one knows where to look. Moneycontrol’s Investor Camp aims to bring you up to speed on the various investment trends at work in the market right now, along with sound advice from some of the best in the business.
The year 2017 was a year of mixed fortunes. Equity investors made money hand over fist while investors in traditional assets like property and gold, struggled. For those who didn’t get on the equity bus in time, the feeling is one akin to actual loss. Questions like “Will such a year ever come again?” or even the more philosophical “Will this always be my fate?” start cropping up, and well, it’s never a pleasant experience.
But as some of the most seasoned investors will tell you, when it comes to investing, you’re never quite late to the party if you know what to do. Investor Camp aims to do exactly that – arm you with the necessary knowledge and insight so that you can hit the ground running and stay head-to-head with the curve, if not ahead of it. The three speakers, who are all stalwarts of their respective fields and very difficult to get hold of in person, will be offering up their knowledge and the opportunity for you to pick their brains with any question you might have. The event has been divided into three sessions, one each on equities, commodities and personal finance.
Batting for stocks and how one could maximize returns from them will be Sudarshan Sukhani, one of India’s finest technical analysts and the President of The Association of Technical Analysts of India (ATA). Sudarshan will speaking for on what he thinks should be a reasonable rate of return from equities and will field questions from those in attendance.
He will be followed by T Gnanashekar, Director at Comm Trendz, who will be delivering a primer on commodities trading. Gnanashekar is a former currencies and commodities trader for Bank of Nova Scotia and frequently appears on leading TV channels to give his opinion on the commodity market. He will be open for questions at the end of the talk and will be available to give his unique perspective of the market, having played the game himself for such a long time.
The final session of the day will be conducted by Hemant Rustagi, who is again a familiar face on leading financial news channels. Hemant is now CEO at Wiseinvest Advisors, which he also founded and is an established veteran in the fields of personal finance, wealth management, asset management, and capital markets. Hemant will be speaking and fielding questions on how you could put your money to work and make more money by itself, which is something every investor wants to master.
For investors looking to getting their mix right, Moneycontrol’s Investor Camp has it all. Three action-packed lectures about some of the most sought-after topics is sure to leave the attendees much wiser than when they came in. The date is March 30, a day that promises to be hot and sultry, and if you’re at Investor Camp, fruitful.
Register for Investor Camp here: http://www.moneycontrol.com/investorcamp/registration.php