Experts say multiple headwinds could push the markets lower going forward.
Financial conditions in international markets are more accommodative than in 2018.
The experience over the past 12-18 months shows that investor engagement has reached a new high for Indian companies.
Margins in Indian markets for derivative trades are already higher than in other countries
It is essential for every investor to have annual portfolio goals and plan their overall return on the basis of it.
For the week, volatility is likely to remain subdued and hence traders are advised to remain stock specific. The bias as mentioned above remains positive.
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Here's a roundup of the key happenings in the commodities market, with a deep dive into some of the most active counters.
Both regulators came out with separate, but identical statements amid apprehensions about steep volatility in the market on September 24.
When volatility increases, along with the risk, the opportunity to profit also increases. To profit from the market volatility one has to develop the right point of view on where volatility is heading
Volatility if used to one’s advantage can help to create wealth.
D-Street staged a recovery from the day’s low and ended flat with a mild negative bias after no surprises were announced by the RBI in its monetary policy meet. Realty stocks gained after banks were allowed to invest in REITs.
One of the biggest stability for the Indian market has been the stability of domestic flows, particularly in bad times, says Udayan Mukherjee
Saurabh Agrawal, CEO and Co-founder, Zebpay said, â€œThe Bitcoin prices are on a rise. ETF news has definitely triggered the upward movement, though chances of getting approval are low, but if the ETF gets approved, it will be a big milestone for the entire Bitcoin ecosystem, and we may see Bitcoin prices touching USD 1500 very soon.â€
Most of the noise we hear would be guesstimates of the impact, at best. Ultimately, most opinions are hypothetical and rarely do events pan out as advised in the short term.
Stock markets likely to witness volatility amid derivatives expiry in a holiday-shortened week ahead, and the ongoing UP assembly elections will also continue to dominate sentiments, say experts.
Markets by their very nature are impossible to predict. With all the known information already factored in, it is extremely difficult to forecast where things will move next in the short term.
Ever since Donald Trump was elected to the world‘s most powerful job, global markets have been volatile. Indian markets had to cope with additional impact of demonetisation. However, volatility is expected to continue in near future
The market is giving long-term investors a great chance to buy into the market, says Prakash Diwan of prakashdiwan.in. He is bullish on PSU stocks.
The demonetisation pain could last for not more than 3-4 quarters, says Sudip Bandyopadhyay of Inditrade Capital. He asks investors to stay away from the consumer space for now.
Alpha and beta are two statistical tools, if used wisely, can help you pick the right mutual fund schemes.
It is now possible to identify catalysts which could provide the trigger for what has long been argued here is the key catalyst for the post- 2008 world. If it occurs, it will lead to a big surge in market volatility, most particularly in the area of credit and fixed income, says Chris Wood â€“ CLSA.
Dividend yield funds that invest in shares of high dividend yield companies have done as well or even better than many diversified equity schemes which seek to invest in growth stocks. At present, there are five dividend yield funds that investors can choose from.
IDFC Mutual Fund has introduced a new variant of systematic transfer plan (STP), aimed at helping investors tide over market volatility.
Countries like Brazil, which have been recovering from a recession, have seen bottom- fishing and manufacturing countries like Taiwan and South Korea are also seeing money flowing into their markets, says Geoff Lewis, Global Strategist - Capital Markets, Manulife Asset Management.