Date of article: 23-Mar-2020
Let me first show you last 6 months graph of NSE:
On 14-Jan-20, NSE closed at 12362.30, and on 23-Mar-2020 at 12.30 pm it was trading at 7713.80. During this period it has hit two lower circuits. So basically in just last 70 days it has gown down by -37.60%. That is almost 40% of wealth eroded from stock markets in just 70 days.
Where has this money gone? Back to investors bank account. Next time when you hear from media that thousands of crores of investors wealth is lost then do not think that everyone lost money. Fact is even during normal times someone makes and someone loses. Here the story is slightly different.
During normal circumstances investors are not forced to do anything but during bad times especially during markets hitting lower circuits frequently investors panic and take their money out from the stock markets.
Here is the India VIX figures as on 23-Mar-20:
71.81 is rarely seen. This kind of India VIX comes once in many years. India VIX is basically panic indicator in the markets. Right now there is huge panic in the markets.
India VIX is inversely proportional to stock markets.
When stock markets will rebound, India VIX will drop.
So, What To Do In This Lower Circuit Hitting Market
Shop for blue chip stocks available at a discount. Just do some research and buy them. Its good to buy stocks whose fundamental is strong yet it has gone down just because the markets have gone down. You will get approx 30% return in less than a year.
Which Stocks To Buy?
Nifty has already done a great job for investors. Why take more risk when Nifty 50 comprises of top 50 companies in India.
Here is the list of stocks you can buy who have lost most is last 30 days:
Here is the screenshot of Nifty 50 top losers in last 30 days as on 23-Mar-20, 12.55 pm:
Select 4-5 good stocks and keep accumulating them every few days. Do not buy huge quantity in one go. Markets are falling – you may get a better price in a few days. The idea is to average it out over a few days and wait.
Once NSE bounces back, these stocks will also zoom. You can then book profits when you get over 15% return.
Then you can reinvest this money in another stock that looks attractive to you at that time.
You should not trade future and options during these high volatile times. Future and options should be traded with hedge and only when stock markets are normal and India VIX is below 20.
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