With the Sensex shedding over 1000 points in a week, are you worried how this volatility will affect your returns?

Presenting the HDFC Credit Risk fund as part of our #FeaturedProduct Series which can help you reduce downside risk!

This credit accrual strategy predominantly invests around 65% in AA and below rated corporate bonds (excluding AA+ rated corporate bonds).

Typically, interest rates on AA and below rated securities are higher when compared to sovereign/AAA equivalents. It is thereby positioned to give an additional edge to your overall debt portfolio and endeavors to maintain a well diversified portfolios across individual credit issuers and business groups.

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March 2022

The face-off over Ukraine between Russia and the United States and its Nato allies has been dominating the headlines for a while now with tensions ratcheting up as we receive dire public warnings everyday of a Russian invasion. When you look at the history of geopolitical events, they tend to have a short-term impact on the markets, and as long as they don’t drive you into recession, then the markets tend to rebound. Here’s our outlook on the markets moving ahead

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Disclaimer: Views expressed are for informational purposes only and do not constitute any Financial Advice whatsoever. Please consult a financial advisor and read offer documents carefully before investing.

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February 2022

Indian equity market was the standout global market in 2021, but with global volatility fears rising you may witness markets transitioning from ‘early-cycle’ to the ‘mid-cycle’ phase. A withdrawal of monetary policy stimulus defines the transition to ‘mid-cycle’, similar to the 2003 and 2009 market cycles. But will markets witness a steep correction or will the bull run continue? Find out more in our outlook, right from the research desk at Cambridge Wealth!

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Disclaimer: Views expressed are for informational purposes only and do not constitute any Financial Advice whatsoever. Please consult a financial advisor and read offer documents carefully before investing.

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Kill the jargon

Growth Strategies seek companies that have delivered decent earnings & have strong potential for growth ahead

Phil Fisher is a name that rings a bell when talking about growth Investing. While the reward of growth investing seems promising, the risk is elevated, too. If you are comfortable with taking a relatively high risk then growth investing might be right for you.

When evaluating growth stocks, these key factors are to be taken into account:
1. Historical and future earnings growth
2. Profit margins
3. Returns on equity (ROE)
4. Share price performance

Here are some growth stocks according to Screener:

https://www.screener.in/screens/20280/high-growth-stocks/

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The Crore Next Door

The Crore Next Door

Fisher — Munger — Buffet were sitting around the table - this is what they discussed! Catch our webinar here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3No5-PNVrpw