Saurabh Mukherjea, Rakshit Ranjan & Salil DesaiThe year 2019 ended on a pretty strong wicket for equity markets around the world. Most major indices were up 10-25% during the year. The Dow Jones increased investors’ wealth by ~22%, the FTSE, Hang Seng, and India’s Nifty by ~12% and the Nikkei by 18%.However, 2020 brought with it the rumblings of what eventually became a global pandemic, bringing some of the largest economies of the world to a standstill. As Covid19 spread worldwide, stock markets crashed globally, with many indices recording their worst-ever quarter performance and many others seeing the fastest-ever correction in recent history.Close In India, the broader markets were anyway appearing shaky due to the weak growth in corporate profits for the past 6-7 years. Then came Covid-19 to add to investors’ troubles. And in the middle of all this came the collapse of Yes Bank. In a matter of weeks, the stock markets and the larger economy were dealing with a full-fledged crisis.Saurabh MukherjeaFounder|Marcellus Investment Managers D-Street Talk: Saurabh Mukherjea gives a low-down on how he picks winners for Kings of Capital portfolioSaurabh Mukherjea’s investment mantra to navigate through a crisis: Part-5Saurabh Mukherjea’s investment mantra to navigate through a crisis: Part-4In… Read full this story
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