There is a famous statement of Warren Buffett – in which he said that since I have no way of predicting the market with complete confidence. Hence my recommendation is to buy Berkshire shares only if you have the potential to hold them for at least 5 years. Those who are expecting profits in the short term can go elsewhere. This statement of Warren Buffett is very relevant in the current bull run era of the Indian market.
The growth of the market for two consecutive weeks was restrained, the rise of metals also stopped
At this point in time we don’t know where the market is going. We don’t even know when this bullish phase will end. We can’t even say how this boom will stop. But we do know that at some point this bull market phase will stop. Because everything that goes up high comes down at some point. Now the question is, how can an investor make profit in this boom without burning his hands?
What should be the strategy of investors in such an environment
The answer to this question will depend on what kind of investor you are. If you have invested with a certain goal and you have reached your goal, then in this situation you can recover profits in your investment. On the other hand, if you are a long-term investor and are focused on long-term wealth creation, then stick to your investments.
If you invest 1 lakh rupees in this multibagger stock, then you would have become a millionaire by now
In this expensive market from the valuation point of view, it is necessary to be careful now. In such a situation, after collecting some profit from the market, put it in fixed income investment options. However, fixed income returns are very low. But it is necessary to do so from the security point of view.
From Rs 99 per 10 grams in 1950, gold reached 50000, let’s have a look at different stages of the journey
The last and most important piece of advice is that this is the right time to review and revise the portfolio. Now move from mid and small cap stocks to high quality large cap stocks. Quality large cap stocks prove to be a safer investment option in tough and volatile times.
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