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INVESTMENTS: Budget 2019 - Foundation stone for New India !!!

INVESTMENTS: Budget 2019 - Foundation stone for New India !!!

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 30 Jun 2019, 10:18 am

Budget 2019 is eagerly awaited because this will be the first budget after Govt. assumed office after the historic elections. Being Nirmala Sitharaman’s first one, it will be a tricky and delicate one at the same time because the Government would like to lay path for next 5 years and can afford to take some harsh decisions due to stable majority. The Budget could kick start the sluggish Economy and direction-less Capital Markets. Possible area of concentration could be Infrastructure, Agriculture, Water, Health, Auto Sector & sick PSUs to name a few. Discipline in fiscal and Monetary front could dictate the future policy decisions. Anyway, we will come to know everything on 5th July, 2019. So, let’s focus on making Money.

Pre-Budget strategy for the Equity Investors could see market swings going from one extreme to another. In such a situation keeping cash for bargain hunting will be a good idea, because only equities can create wealth over a longer period. The key of wealth creation is to stay invested & keep adding quality stocks as and when opportunities knock the door.

Although Stock markets are hovering around their historic highs, many stocks have fallen from their recent highs, thus providing a good time opportunity to do portfolio clean-up and restructuring. Investors can use “Parivartan” – A Safe, Unique & Win-win concept, for the first time in India, to get rid of their loss-making Shares. (We will discuss this concept in details in future articles).  

The balance cash may be deployed when the clouds of un-certainty on the horizon gets dispersed and valuations path is clearly visible.

Our recommendations of our Equity research team for this year’s Budget are :

Power Grid  : CMP 207
Bajaj Finance  : CMP 3682

Both have power to out-perform the Index and deliver 50% more than PPF returns on annualised basis. Both are Buy & Hold investments with a minimum time period of 4 - 5 years.

We, at Indiablooms will keep you posted about the progress of our recommendations from time to time, because we know that it is your hard-earned money, which you will be investing.  

Our next article will be Post-Budget analysis in a crisp and simplified manner. Till then, Happy Investing.


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About the expert: Manoj Garg : MBA, CPFA, IRDA Certified (LI+GI),  Ex-Xaverian has a rich experience of more than 22 years in the Banking & Finance Industry. He has worked long years as Zonal Head (East)  – Investment Division in ICICI Bank & IDBI Bank and as a Regional Vice President (East) of Tata Mutual Fund. He owns Simply Invest – A Mutual Funds advisory company.



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