Given the optimism of no further rate hikes on the back of tempering inflation, the likelihood is that the economy will step on the pedal in the second half of the year, says Alok Jain
The repercussions of the slowdown in Nasdaq companies are yet to come through in earnings downgrades, and the prospects of Indian companies may be dented, says Alok Jain.
The divestment program of the country has gone too slow in the last 8 years and focus on the divestment and deployment of funds into infrastructure creating jobs should be the sole focus at this stage.
The 4 basic questions are – what to buy, when to buy, how much to buy, and when to sell. If investors are clear about these 4 answers while doing their investment – they would probably have a stress free investment.