Value and growth investing are the two basic approaches to investing in the stock market. Although it is not necessary to choose one over the other, each method tends to have a loyal follower base. Let’s look at these two stock investment strategies in detail, dissecting their merits and demerits.
India is a diverse country. There are many different ways to divide Indian society. There are states, castes, religions, communities, and countless other elements. However, along with the social diversity, there is an equally evident economic diversity. And it is monumental!
The interest in investing in the US stock market has surged in India. The US markets have outperformed the Indian markets in the last decade. Their resilience in the current pandemic has made Indian investors take notice and start diversifying their portfolio internationally.
If you are an Indian investor, you have probably identified that you need to diversify your investments and invest globally. You want to invest in companies whose products you consume, whose services you use. You’ve seen the phenomenal returns delivered by the tech giants, and you want in on the action.
China is the world’s second biggest economy behind the US. It is the world’s largest importer of crude oil, largest automobile market and the largest smartphone market. It has been the biggest contributor to the global growth in the last decade.
Firstly and most importantly we hope that you and your family are safe. Now to the financial markets. Is this over? No idea. Is this worse than previous sell-offs? Not sure but comparisons with previous crises’ don’t tend to matter so much in the midst of a crisis.