If India VIX is a good enough indicator of fear among market participants, then the week gone by had enough good news for us as the fear gauge index slipped almost 10 per cent in just five trading sessions. Investors, however, stayed away from metals and banks to hide in the safety net of FMCG and pharma stocks.
In this edition of Tweet Buster, we have compiled the best of gyaan from FinTweet to help you navigate an uncertain market, investment ideas and the do’s and don’ts of investing.
Value investor Abhishek Basumallick says for people who are starting off their investment journeys, a couple of SIPs in Nifty and Nifty Next 50 index funds or ETFs is a great place to get started. “Helps with diversification also in building a strong base portfolio,” he says.
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— Abhishek Basumallick (@a_basumallick) 1625200200000
The don’ts of investing in debt
Edelweiss Mutual Fund CEO Radhika Gupta has an advice for debt investors in a low interest rate market. “Do not stretch the boundaries of either duration or credit to earn higher yield, especially on short term parking money where risk on capital can’t be taken,” she says.
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— Radhika Gupta (@iRadhikaGupta) 1625032782000
How to beat the…