Why to not bet against India? 2 webinars recording for you!

POSTED BY Jagoinvestor ON October 27, 2021 ONE COMMENT

Are you investing in equities through mutual funds or directly picking stocks for your long-term wealth creation?

Many times investors doubt their decision about equity investing when markets are volatile or any big negative event happens like a pandemic or any economic crisis. But it’s very important to be 100% convinced about your decision to invest in equities.

A lot of investors are now looking at diversification outside India and there is nothing wrong with that, however, do not bet against Indian equities because our country has huge potential going forward.

With this in mind, we did 2 sessions with Industry Walmarts on this topic and today we are sharing the recording of those sessions with you

Session 1: Wealth Creation in Next 2 Decades

The first session was with Mr. Nilesh Shah, MD, and Group President of Kotak Mutual Funds. Mr. Nilesh explained with great examples how investors shall behave incoming 2 decades and what shall be their mindset.

Session 2: Why Invest in India and India as an Asset Class

The next session was from Mr. Navin Agarwal, the MD, and CEO of Motilal Oswal mutual funds, where he explained with some concrete data on how this is a very defining moment for Indian stock markets and also gave some insights on various sectors and companies.

Do share what were your learnings from these videos and if you still have any queries or doubts? Please share that in the comments section.

One reply on this article “Why to not bet against India? 2 webinars recording for you!”

  1. Rajeev says:

    Any way towards wealth creation is bound to be fraught with risk ad volatility, but one need not jump out of it.

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