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What is the current time to invest in the stock market? Know the opinion of experts

Since June 1st, the stock market has seen extreme ups and downs. Sometimes there is an increase of 2,600 points and sometimes a decrease of 4,000 points. A lot is being considered unclear after the election. If you want to invest in such a situation, confusion is arising as to what to do.
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Since June 1st, the stock market has seen extreme ups and downs. Sometimes there is an increase of 2,600 points and sometimes a decrease of 4,000 points. A lot is being considered unclear after the election. If you want to invest in such a situation, confusion is arising as to what to do.

According to experts, the stock market is currently going through extreme volatility. In such a situation if you want to invest then wait for some time after the new government comes. Institutional investors, including mutual funds, were keeping an eye on the allocation of ministries in the new government as some ministries will remain with its allies due to the BJP's reduced seats this time. This time the BJP will have to work on the terms of its allies which may make it difficult for the government to work on the track of the last 10 years. In such a situation, the market may soften or the market may increase.

Investment in government companies should be done wisely

It is difficult for the government to continue with reforms as before. If seen in two-three years, the shares of government companies have given manifold returns. Now there may be some pause in this. Shares of government companies are at high prices right now. In such a situation if you invest then keep some distance from these stocks and adopt a wait and see strategy.

You can continue to invest in good stocks

Analysts believe that there is a sign of political stability for the next five years. The ups and downs of the past few days show why investors should invest in good times and take advantage of the downturn to increase investment in equities. Emphasis will be placed on welfare schemes with the participation of constituent parties in the government. This will increase consumption and rural demand. This is why FMCG is doing better.

After a big decline, the market is back to old levels

On June 3, the BSE Sensex closed up 2,507 points at an all-time high of 76,469 based on exit polls after the last phase of voting on June 1. Investors made huge profits that day. The Sensex fell by over 6,000 points after the election results, costing investors up to Rs 45 lakh crore. However, by evening the loss had reduced to Rs 31 lakh crore as the market closed. However, since June 3, the market has seen ups and downs. Now the loss is almost recovered and the Sensex has again crossed 77,000. On 10th June the Sensex touched an all time high of 77,079.04.

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