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• Historically, a decline of 60% has happened only once and lasted for 4 days – this is too rare• Historically, declines of 50% have been extremely short lived (2-4 months) and very rare• While you are always tempted to keep waiting for further declines to deploy your cash or a portion of your debt allocation into equities, given the current attractive valuations, a 40-50% decline levels is good enough to deploy a significant portion• That being said, we also need to factor in the case where the markets may recover even without hitting a 40% decline. … [Read more...] about Equity investment – should we invest all at once or in a staggered manner?
Overall scenario suggesting that bulls are likely to take the rally forward and much higher levels can be seen. Previously the target 76 was suggested and it has already been achieved. Further, in the medium term the level of 78 and 79.5 can be expected and every dip should be taken as a buying opportunity. But as far as the current truncated week is concerned, the currency pair can move up to the level of 78. … [Read more...] about USD/rupee may go up further towards 78; here’s how you can trade this week
Q) Experts have suggested sticking with cash-rich companies. Do you agree with the statement, if yes, how will it help in dodging the COVID-19 bullet?A) Cash-rich companies are great companies to back in uncertain times. As they do not carry the baggage of the interest on the debt, they will fare better in tough times. … [Read more...] about ‘SBI Life Insurance could turn out to be a multibagger in the next 5 years’