In 2019, HDFC Mutual Fund expects slew of positives such as macro-economic indicators remaining stable, improving earnings outlook, among others
Corporate profits had declined over the past decade to a 15-year low due to factors such as slower economic growth, high leverage, demonetisation and GST implementation.
We expect the Nifty earnings to grow at a CAGR of ~20 percent between FY19-21 and the economic fundamental is likely to improve further, says Sundar Muthukrishnan of Elara Capital
India cannot be decoupled for extended period of time as asset prices globally are falling whether it is bond, real estate, equities or commodities
We can be sure of a stronger single party opposition compared to 2014 which is good for a democracy, says the independent market expert
Investors should continue to focus on stock selection and overlook the clamour that we would hear over the next 6 months, as we approach the general election
Coalitions government, especially seemingly unstable coalitions (PV Narasimha Rao’s, or UPA1) have delivered fairly robust levels of stock market performance
Multibagger stocks exhibit high profitability driven profit growth. So, first criteria always is to look for stocks where you could see high earnings growth in next 2-3 years, said an expert
To grow the lump-sum investment of Rs 10 lakh to Rs 1 crore, it will take approx 20 years assuming an average portfolio return of 12 percent.
The Nifty hit a record high in January 2018 and then again in August it breached the 11,760 level.
Most experts now feel that India Inc. is on track to register double-digit earnings growth in 2019. If the political environment remains stable, we are on track to hit 40K on the Sensex.
The general election may create some volatility and the govt might put all efforts, including a higher dividend from the RBI, to keep the fiscal deficit target under control.
Almost 50 percent of the poll respondents feel that the S&P BSE Sensex is likely to hover in the range of 40,000-45,000, according to a Moneycontrol poll.
He advised investors not to time the market as corrections are shallow but at the same time, the recovery is faster.
After a dismal performance in 2018, the year 2019 is expected to be a good year for largecaps, but smallcaps will continue to face some headwinds
Credit Suisse believes there is a risk of earnings cuts to bring growth closer to historical trend and also that of P/E de-rating once these aggressive estimates do not play out