4 Reasons You Shouldn't Be Scared of the Current Market Volatility

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4 reasons why you should not be scared of current market volatility

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No one likes losing money. The fear of loss keeps many people away from volatile financial markets. It is but natural that many would choose to stay away from the stock market. However, the current market situation may not be all that bad.

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#1 - It's not India, it's the world Back in May 2013, the US Federal Reserve announced a rollback of its quantitative easing programme, Indian markets and the rupee crashed along with the rest of the markets. In August, world stock markets crashed again after China devalued its currency.

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#2 - EPFs going to invest Recently, the government allowed the Employees' Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) to invest 5-15% of their funds in stocks. Of this, it plans to invest Rs.5,000 crore in stocks in FY16. This is good for the stock market in the long run.

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#3 - Company executives are buying Every owner and senior executive of listed companies has to notify the stock market if they buy or sell their company's shares. Investors can consider promoter or company executive actions of buying and selling stock as a lead indicator.

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#4 - Ride the tide; buy at lows Remember, you will make the most profits only if you buy stocks cheap. More often than not, goods stocks are available cheap during market falls. If you are a long-term investor, such falls can be a good opportunity to buy at lows.

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