The market, at this juncture, looks at a crucial juncture. It is trying to hold the psychologically important level of 11,000 while sharply reacting to domestic as well as global triggers.
The trend is likely to continue but Indo-China tensions, COVID cases, reports of vaccine development and global cues will be on the radar.
The market is expected to react to the global cues in days to come while at the domestic front, geopolitical issues and the COVID scenario will be in focus.
Midcap IT space is very interesting and India has a clear edge over there, said Ramdeo Agrawal, Chairman, Motilal Oswal Financial Services
Top market voices dole out advice on how to deal with such a market, and how and where to invest.
In such trying times, investing in the market requires a lot of experience and knowledge to understand the trend.
For the week gone by, Nifty50 closed 1.52 percent higher compared to 1.59 percent rally seen in the S&P BSE Sensex.