The bull run in the stock market has continued since the General Budget presented on 1 February for FY 2021-22. Since the budget, the Sensex has gained more than 5000 points so far. Both the Sensex and the Nifty have gained over 10% since the budget. Today the Nifty reached an all-time high of 15,133 points. At 12.30 pm, the Nifty was trading at 15,080 points with a gain of 1.06%. At the same time, the Sensex reached a new record high of 51,472 points today. At 12.30 pm, the Sensex was up 1% at 51,232 points. Since the budget, the stock market has now reached such an untouched territory, which can make any investor nervous.
Market experts say that if you are planning to invest 5 to 10 lakhs to earn big profits after budget 2021, then this is the right time, but it is a wise decision to invest after correction in the stock market. Will happen. Harshad Chetanwala, co-founder of MyWealthGrowth.com, told Moneycontrol that the stock market on the valuation front was overvalued even before the budget. But everyone is excited by the trend that the market has taken after the budget.
Due to this, the market is expected to grow further
Harshad Chetanwala said that if a person has to invest Rs 100, then he should invest Rs 25 in equity. The remaining money should be invested in 3 to 6 months. He said that investing in mutual funds and SIP along with equity is also a good option. At the same time, Rohit Gadia, co-founder of CapitalVia Global Research Limited, told Moneycontrol that the Nifty can touch the figure of 15,400 and investors should invest keeping in mind the target to fall to 14,400. He said the stock market is expected to pick up further due to high inflows from institutional investors and good quarterly results.
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Advice of FYERS Head of Education Abhishek Chinchalkar
Abhishek Chinchalkar, head of education at brokerage firm FYERS, said that global cues are currently favorable, which could lead the market to new heights. Investors planning to invest Rs 5 to 10 lakhs after Budget 2021 have suggested to invest 40% in equities, 20% in equity mutual funds, 15% in debt, 15% in gold and 10% in cash. .
Opinion of Chief Business Officer of Reliance Securities
Rajiv Srivastava, chief business officer of Reliance Securities, said that the golden rule to invest in equity for good risk-adjusted returns in the long term is 100 minus your age. That is, if you are 30 years old, then you should invest 70% in equity. He advised investors to invest in 50% Equities, 30% Debt, 10% Gold or REITs and 10% Cash for higher returns.
Giants advised to invest in these portfolios
Jashan Arora, director of Master Capital Services, advised investors planning to invest Rs 5 to 10 lakhs to invest in 65% equities, 25% debt and 10% liquid funds. At the same time, Rohit Gadia, co-founder of CapitalVia Global Research Limited, asked to invest 45% in equities, 20% in fixed income i.e. bonds, 20% in gold and 15% in real estate sector.
At the same time, Harshad Chetanwala, the co-founder of MyWealthGrowth.com, said that asset allocation of a person depends on his various financial objectives. If you want to invest for 5 to 7, then investing in equity is the best option. He advised investors to invest 60% of the funds in equity markets and 40% of the fund debt markets.