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Navigating the Market Downturn: Why Staying Invested Is the Best Course of Action

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The past year and a half has been tough for the stock market, with many investors seeing losses in their portfolios and little sign of recovery. With rising inflation and interest rates, it’s easy to worry about what the future holds. However, there are reasons to be optimistic and to stay invested.

One important factor to consider is the trend of interest rates. In the US, the Federal Reserve has been raising rates consistently, leading to a similar increase in the RBI’s repo rate. As interest rates rise, consumer behavior changes, with reduced consumption and delayed spending. This can impact the stock market, with investors turning to other options like bonds.

Despite these challenges, there are reasons to be hopeful about the Indian market. For one, the expected GDP growth of 6-7% is a positive sign for investors. Additionally, there are few viable alternatives to investing in the Indian market, given political conflicts with China and instability in other developing countries.

Perhaps most importantly, many companies are showing strong fundamentals and potential for growth. While stock prices have fallen significantly in some cases, revenue has not decreased nearly as much. Furthermore, companies are continuing to announce Capex plans, indicating a commitment to growth and expansion.

Given these factors, it’s important to resist the urge to panic or exit the market. Instead, investors should consider averaging out their cost over the next few months and staying invested for the long term. With clear indications of recovery and potential for growth, the stock market remains the best place to invest your money.

How are the markets faring now?

The Indian stock market closed at the lowest level of the month by falling 344 points on Wednesday, 15 March 2023. The stock market has suffered a lot due to Reliance, Bank and IT stocks. The fall in the American markets has had a significant impact on the Indian market as well. The market trend is currently negative. Will the market fall further in the coming days or will it go up now? In this regard, Divam Sharma from Green Portfolio is giving some important tips to the investors. Watch the Video on Zee News in Hindi

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