As 2022 comes to a close, most of the world still faces stubbornly high inflation, aggressive interest-rate hikes and geopolitical tensions. But Indian market already has some exciting themes emerging that can bring a lot of color to our portfolios.
Ever since the inflation numbers have eased and the US FED has hinted at a slower rate hike, the market euphoria has returned. Nifty is almost touching the all-time high of 18600, and we have seen the FIIs return to India!
Are you tired of all the investment gyan ever present on the internet? I know that I am. Every other investment manager is rattling off about the long-term story and the strength of the Indian market. So we thought that this week, we would not join the bandwagon!
Stocks benefiting from the critical policies have a long way to go. In this post, we will drill down into the sectors and industries covered under these schemes, which will be crucial to spot these winners.
Let’s no longer play around with it and call a spade a spade. We are in a bear market! Spoiled by bull markets most of our lives, many have no idea what bear markets are, how long they last, and what to do with our money when in one. In this post, we will enlighten you all about them.
The markets have been routed over the past month after the central banks raised rates.Why are these central banks hiking rates and destroying our portfolios? The answer is INFLATION. In this post, we will look at inflation and try to predict the way. So gear up!
Even with the recent volatility in the Indian market, the stocks that have stayed resilient are the atmanirbhar India stocks. The term ‘AtmaNirbhar’ has evolved from a buzzword to a solid profitable strategy.
In the past few months and recent weeks there have been too many announcements to absorb. Furthermore, the global macro factors are also adding to investor ambiguity. So it makes sense to answer a few of the burning investor questions.
The rural economy that was just recovering from supply shock during the pandemic has been hit afresh by the commodity inflation fueled by the Ukraine-Russia crisis. Can the momentum in agri-commodity prices revive it?
FIIs have sold equities worth $19.82 billion since October 1 last year. In 2008, FIIs sold $15 billion of shares during GFC. Yet, more surprisingly, the DIIs have kept the index stable. Why is this happening?
At Wright Research, we believe that the market does not remain the same all the time. And as the market itself shifts its behavior, allocations within our portfolios also need to turn. This is why we like to follow a multi-factor approach in our stock selection and asset allocation.
The 2022 Budget will be looked at from two critical angles. First, the expectation of a boost to economic growth through capital expenditure, and second, the ability to contain fiscal deficit in the increasingly uncertain global economy
72 Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) were launched in India between January and September, raising a total of $330.66 billion. In addition, 33 IPOs are planned for this year, including Nykaa, Mobikwik, Paytm, and the well-known LIC.