Investment Strategy

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Has the market bottomed out? Does it matter?

We are now hearing voices from equity market stalwarts claiming markets may be close to bottoming out. Which implies that this could be a good time to take the plunge and buy more equity.

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Missed the 6% single day equity flight up? Now what?

Till last week we were talking about why one should keep investing through an equity market down turn and how market uncertainty should not be acted upon. In what was a rare event, benchmark equity large cap indices, Nifty 50 and Sensex rallied nearly 6% in a day.

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What you must not do as an equity investor

It is easy to follow good investing behaviour when the going is good and markets are in a bull phase. However, when things are trending downwards, behaviour starts to waiver. Stop yourself from making these mistakes when equity markets are undergoing a weak phase.

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Small cap equity now? Think about risk, not return.

Does this seem like an opportunity to start investing in small caps?

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Is it time to warm up to Smart Beta funds?

Is there a middle ground? That’s what smart beta funds position themselves to be. It claims to offer the benefit of passive investing combined with some of the advantages of the active ones. It hopes to maximise returns for investors or reduce risk through scientific construction of portfolio.

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Do this one thing to face market down turns with confidence

Everyone is worried about the state of the markets. It’s difficult to watch your investments reduce in value.

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3 Reasons to start investing when the economy is weak

Warren Buffett has repeatedly said – “Be fearful when others are greedy, and greedy when others are fearful”.

How should you really measure the rate of return on your SIP?

How you measure your rate of return can make a significant difference in terms of how you assess an investment.