The stock market is considered to be the barometer of any nation’s economy. Currently, the Sensex and the Nifty have touched new lifetime highs; clearly revealing the robust growth of India’s GDP. Indian stock market has gained more than 20% in dollar terms so far in the current calendar year (2017). With market value at $1.91 trillion, it is being the highest among the ten biggest global stock markets of the world. The Indian market comprises of Sensex, Nifty along with other major indices, has been trading at approximately 17 times of Financial Year 2018 projected earnings, with a handsome 20% premium to long term average. Almost all the major sectors, expect IT, pharma and telecommunication services, have well participated in this rally.
This booming Indian stock market of present time has to pass through several ups and downs since last two-three decades before it has achieved the current milestone. Goldman Sachs has reported that India would be the third largest global economy (after US and China) by 2035. In a fast growing economy like ours, where GDP growth is estimated to be over 7% in the years to come, incomes are growing and consumption trends are on an upswing. The demographic dividend is being realized at every level.
In such a bull market most people, who are well versed with the stock market, felt left over. They have money but they feel they missed the boat. The mark of frenzy is when the large mass of investors or traders senses that they been left out of the cornucopia of making quick money where all the shares are going up faster than their fundamentals. Most uniformed people feel they missed out on the boom conditions of the last months/years and get in hurry to make up lost ground. But most often than not this is the time when most people get their money locked in high valued stocks that needs years to recover. While diligent investors adhered to tried and true fundamentals, fanatic try to catch up chasing fads. Tey buy the stocks, which have already had a long and decent run-up, mostly touching their lifetime highs. It is always prudent to take help from professional like I do. I trust DV stocks, one of the rising investment companies of Delhi to advise me on my investment. I asked too many questions to them and invest only when I am convinced. They answer all my queries and I am fortunate to have services of such a professional investment advisory company like DV Stocks that tells me when to enter the market and when to exit. I heartily feel thankful towards their professional benevolence.
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