Benchmark indices made new milestones in March with the Nifty hitting the 9,100-mark and the Sensex moving past 30,000 levels for the first time.
There is no doubt that the breach of the psychologically important targets comes with a mix of excitement, anxiety and fear. Since then, the markets saw some bit of profit taking and concerns over sooner than expected interest rate hike by the US Federal Reserve which weighed on sentiment and resulted in correction of nearly 7% during the month from all time high of major indices - Sensex and Nifty.
Excitement is understandable given the dream run in the equity market. The benchmark indices have gained close to 75 per cent each in an 18-month long one-way rally from the bottom of August 2013.
At current situation, how does one know the right stock to invest in and that too at the right price which will ensure strong returns in the long term? This will be a question that will be the uppermost in the minds of most investors wanting to allocate part of their funds towards stocks. Especially in light of the heightened volatility in the markets in the past.
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