What is surprising are the rapid mood swings. After a six-day falling streak, the second this year, the US markets are back in the non-trending zone. Intraday movement is choppy with swings in both directions.
As long as relative outperformance persists, money will keep pouring into our markets
Investing in foreign markets is also an opportunity to diversify portfolios
On Wednesday, the Dow Jones index cheered Donald Trump‘s first address to the Congress with a vault over the 21000 hurdle. The US president was quick to point to Dow‘s steady gain of USD 3 trillion since he took office on November 8, 2016 -- a date which coincided with India's move to ban Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes.