Mutual fund is still an untapped market in India, Although India has more than 50 AMC (Asset Management Company) operating with more than 20,000 odd schemes.
When it comes to investing I always say that Equities have out-performed other investment asset classes over the long-term in India as well as globally. With growing maturity, retail Investors in India have begun to realize this and also take into stride the short-term volatility of this asset class. Better regulatory environment and improved corporate governance have also helped bring more investors to Equities.
Equity investing requires a lot more dedicated time, patience, skill and knowledge while people prefer to invest Continue reading “Which Fund to Choose?”
Life is uncertain and volatility could be best understood by one’s life, sometimes you are on peak sometimes low. Loves, hatred, emotions, excitements, are the various factors that define the volatility of life.
Moving down to markets Volatility is the inherent behaviour of the markets that’s the reason trader makes and loses money.
The markets are volatile so does the life. It’s important to curb the volatility and see the things from the long-term horizon. The high tides do not last forever so does the calm sea-shore.
The nastiest thing I’ve ever told anyone (a finance fellow angry with me): “When you have absolute intellectual and more disrespect for someone, the only real compliment you can possible get from his in making him angry”
Continue reading “Love, Life, Market and Volatility”
In this world of uncertainty where life do not has guarantee, people aspire for guaranteed returns. The recent posts done on my blog pertains to are market’s overvalued and volatility .That how a financial television especially is built on the idea of using volatility, wherever it may be, to capture eyeballs
The Warren buffet latest (2015) letter to the Berkshire Hathway shareholders is a great – great read especially from the page 24 onwards. Here is the link Berkshire Hathway Letter
Some of the smartest blogger have shared their thoughts on the volatility & risk from the letter .
Josh Brown writes:-
The modus operandi of a lot of Street denizens is to present something as a problem for you so that they can sell you the solution. By putting the fear of volatility in front of you as though it’s a serious long-term risk, the door is then opened for all manner of high-cost, horrifically ineffective products or strategies. My partner Kris likes to say “the easiest way to sell someone a map is by first convincing them that they’re lost.” Continue reading “Guaranteed returns & Guarantee of life”