While the economy may struggle with less than 2 percent growth, such opportunities offer a window to invest when valuations are relatively attractive.
Any development of the medical solution to the Covid-19 will be taken positively by the investors. Markets are likely to be range-bound over the next few trading sessions.
A large part of the rally in the equity benchmark was led by a handful of large-cap stocks. Now, most of those have fallen substantially and are available much cheaper.
Most of the quality largecap names have fallen and are trading at multi-year lows, hence investors should consider largecaps over mid or small caps, say experts.
The S&P BSE Sensex rose 1.38 percent while the S&P BSE Nifty50 gained 1.7 percent for the week ended April 17 compared to 4.9 percent rally seen in the Smallcap index.
Specifically, if someone is looking to buy in some of the companies from the list then Bata and PI Industries along with Gillette are looking attractive, suggest experts.
D-Street has always been exposed to greed as well as fear and it is the fear that helps long-term investors build wealth, say experts.
Imports of parts from China would certainly be affected for a while due to the Coronavirus outbreak. But, at the same time, there is an opportunity for Indian companies to fill in the gap left by Chinese manufacturers.
As many as 115 portfolio management schemes from across categories delivered positive returns at a time benchmark indices gave negative returns in January 2020.
These companies have been through down cycles and have still shown consistency in returns, suggest experts
The small & Midcap indices have broken their 200-DMA on the upside and that could also be one big factor contributing to the rally seen in the small & midcap space.
Mutual Fund managers lapped up infrastructure, consumer and financial stocks ahead of the Budget 2020, December MF data shows.
The last two years of consolidation in the Small & midcap indices and double-digit fall was seen in the majority of stocks in the broader market space opens up the possibility of a breakout year.
Data for PMS schemes for the period December 31, 2018, to December 31, 2019, highlighted that Marcellus Consistent Compounders which is a Multicap theme gave 27.4% in 2019
Weaker global cues, a weak rupee and higher gold prices are expected to impact markets in 2020, say experts.
The stock market investing is said to be very tricky, but with proper knowledge, planning and understanding, it can help you to multiply your money.
While the Nifty and the Sensex have been making news highs in 2019, we expect that the mid and small-cap space would do much better in 2020.
Investors can bring down expectations of returns, stick to quality and be clear on stocks where you would want to buy and hold. In all other stocks, investors can keep taking small profits.
Fund managers raised stake in 108 companies in the last three quarters. Out of 108 companies, 22 rose 10-122% in the year 2019
Net inflows into equity mutual funds, including closed-ended schemes, fell drastically in November compared to Rs 6,000 crore in the previous month
With GDP outlook being revised to 6.1 percent for the FY20, down from the previous 6.9 percent, the slowdown is expected to continue in the coming months. Slowdown is the time when most investments turn red
The index is just 25 points away from turning negative for the year 2019, and has fallen 4,219 points or little over 10 percent from its record high of 40,312 registered in June 2019.
“We are not in the middle of a global slowdown," the ace investor said.
Liquidity has flowed to a few stocks which have shown relatively better earnings, and over the long-term experts feel that stock prices will mimic earnings growth.
India is still a stock picker’s market and there is scope for active management, and for fund managers to deliver alpha over the long term. says Sampath Reddy.