Investment Strategy in Inflationary Times Jul 30th

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Investment Strategy in Inflationary TimesThe volatile market and the inflationary times! What more is required to cause extreme annoyance to an investor? In this period of recessionary trends, inflation has turned out to be a decisive factor in share markets. The extent of rise in the inflationary trends will determine the future course of interest rates, which in turn will affect the share market performance.
Rising inflation is, as such, not bad for the share market, but the transition phase causes confusion in the minds of the investors. The starting point for an investor is critical. A slight error in the timing and the investor is likely to suffer heavy losses. If past trends are any indication, investors who entered the market subsequent to previous sharp declines, have reaped substantial profits over the following years. It is reasonable to assume that such an opportunity exists for long term investors from the recent rush for equity sell off.
Inflation initiates the chain reaction. When it surges, shares of companies suffer, but not all! Increase in the commodity prices pushes up the cost of materials and corporate profits are affected adversely…

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